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Trinity All Stars: Bambi Floyd

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Bambi has served as the Chief Clinical Officer at Trinity for almost two years. She spends much of her time traveling on the road, visiting clients all over the country. Recently, Bambi was heavily involved in coordinating the effort to help the survivors of Hurricane Matthew rebuild and recuperate from the devastation left in the… Continue Reading

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Traveler of the Month: Karen Lovin

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Although travel nurse Karen Lovin has been with Trinity for just over a year, she is already coming up on her fifth contract with our healthcare staffing group. Karen is an Emergency Room RN who is about to start a new assignment in Conway, SC.   Her favorite assignment was her first and most recent… Continue Reading

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3 Reasons Why Staff Nurses Choose To Travel

3 Reasons Why Staff Nurses Choose To Travel

  To travel or not to travel? That’s a great question. With thousands of staff nurses across the country making the switch to travel nursing, it’s clear that travel has its advantages. Travel nurses enjoy competitive pay, excellent benefits, and free housing, all while experiencing a variety of practice environments. Keep reading to discover why… Continue Reading

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Social Media Tips and Best Practices For Travel Nurses

Social Media Tips and Best Practices For Travel Nurses

There are hundreds of millions of daily social media users globally, but not everyone understands the do’s and don’ts of having an online presence. If you’re a travel nurse, you know that social media is essential! Not only can you stay in close contact with family and friends while on assignment, but you also get… Continue Reading

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The Trinity Insider: September 2016 Edition

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Time to Make Your Holiday Assignment Plans! The holidays are closer than it seems, and hospitals are already looking to book assignments in November, December and January, so they know their holiday shifts are covered.  Travel Nurses are critical to these busy times and we want to thank you for sharing your holidays with your… Continue Reading

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Traveler of the Month: Erin Cohen

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Erin Cohen is a Pediatric ER nurse who is currently on her first assignment with Trinity in Austin, Texas. Although Erin has been a travel nurse since 2007, she loves living in Texas and does not plan to leave the state anytime soon. While she prefers to stay in one place for work, she has… Continue Reading

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Why Our Pets Make Travel Nursing More Exciting and Fun

Why Travel Nursing Is Better With Pets

Are you considering a travel nursing adventure, but don’t want to leave your furry friend behind? We’ve got great news: Traveling with pets is possible. At Trinity, we understand that pets are part of the family and that they mean the world to their owners. Our staff loves pets so much that they’re even welcome… Continue Reading

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Why Now Is The Best Time To Become A Travel Nurse

Why Now Is The Best Time To Become A Travel Nurse

It’s no secret that good nurses are always in high demand, especially RNs, but according to Staffing Industry Analysts’ recent Staffing Industry Forecast, the need is greater than ever. After growing an extraordinary 20% in 2015, temporary healthcare staffing is projected to grow an additional 14% this year. The star of the healthcare staffing industry?… Continue Reading

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The Trinity Insider: August 2016 Edition

Sophia Cunha is an Army National Guard Reservist who started her career as a travel nurse with Trinity in August 2015. Sophia joined the National Guard 5 years ago to defend our country and “do her part,” a duty just as important to Sophia as the responsibility she has to her patients as a nurse.  … Continue Reading

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What To Look For In A Travel Nursing Company

How To Know Which Travel Nursing Company Is Right For You

There are a lot of things to consider when looking for a travel nursing agency. While there are many companies to choose from, it’s important that you choose the right one for you. Here are our top picks for what travelers should look for in a travel nursing company:   Stability and Reputation Finding a… Continue Reading

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    Corporate Office:
    Trinity Healthcare Staffing Group
    1834 Sally Hill Farms Blvd.
    PO Box 5955
    Florence, SC 29502
    877.417.9507
    Fax 866.323.0139
    info@trinityhsg.com

    Send us your resume:
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    info@trinityhsg.com

    Credentials Fax Line:
    Fax:866.323.0139

    Time Slips Fax Line:
    Fax: 866.213.5933

    Office Hours:
    8am - 5pm est.
    Mon - Fri

    Travelers 24-HOUR HOTLINE:
    866.999.0771 (follow prompts)
    **Check with your recruiter for 24-hour direct numbers**

    Corporate Compliance 24-Hour Hotline:
    866.272.5416


    Complaints:
    The Joint Commission encourages you to first share your concern or complaint with Trinity about our travel nursing agency. If needed, you may submit a complaint to Joint Commission via email: complaint@jointcommission.org or call the toll free U.S. number, 8:30 to 5:00 p.m. Central Time, weekdays – (800) 994-6610.

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