Travel Nurse

Travel Nurse Goes to Great Lengths to Comfort Patients

FlexCare nurse hero, Pamela

For this year’s Nurses Week, we received many impressive stories featuring our superhero nurses. Although the celebratory week may be over, we want to continue to share the extraordinary work performed by our FlexCare Family of nurses – starting with this bittersweet story.  


In a time of tragedy, this travel nurse took matters into her own hands to console a patient as best she could – because she knew no one else would.


Healthcare Heroes 2019: Mission Impossible? Not for this Travel Nurse

Travel nurse hero

It’s always difficult to choose our Nurse Hero, and this year was no exception. We had countless stories of travel nurses who saved lives under extreme circumstances, donated their time and expertise to people in need, and inspired us all to be better humans. But one story stood out because of the risk involved in pursuit of a better life for others, and it’s why we chose Paige, ER RN, as FlexCare's 2019 Greatest Nurse Hero.


Paige just returned from a medical mission to Iraq and Turkey, accompanying a physician she met during a recent assignment.

Healthcare Heroes 2019: Travel Nurse Uses Free Time to Give Back

FlexCare nurse and award winner Karen H

Karen, PCU RN, has been working with FlexCare since 2016 and is the recipient of our 2019 Community Impact Award. Karen is giving back in ways that inspire others and leave a lasting impression on those around her.


Currently on FlexCare assignment number 18, Karen has worked in seven states since joining the FlexCare family as a travel nurse. Her assignments have taken her to North Carolina, South Carolina, Arizona, Utah, Massachusetts, Maine, and Florida!


Healthcare Heroes 2019: Positive Attitude and an RV Equals a Great Travel Nurse Life

Healthcare Hero Award: this travel nurse knows adventure

Christopher, an ICU RN, has been named FlexCare's 2019 Greatest Adventurer! What makes Christopher our top Adventurer? He embraces the travel nurse lifestyle and seeks memorable adventures not just in the assignments he chooses, but also in his free time. Living in an RV, moving around California, traveling every chance he gets (even taking dramatic videos with his drone), and spreading good vibes along the way makes Christopher our hands-down favorite!


Healthcare Heroes 2019: Sharing the Travel Nurse Experience With Others

At FlexCare, we believe there's no better way to encourage nurses to choose a career as a travel nurse than through a referral. Stephanie (shown here on the right), a CVICU RN from Florida, is being honored as FlexCare's 2019 Greatest Family Member for sending her recruiter the most completed referrals for 2018.


Healthcare Heroes 2019: FlexCare Road Warrior Logs Five States in 2018

2019 Healthcare Heroes Award Road Warrior

Michael, a Med/Surg RN from South Carolina, has more than earned the FlexCare 2019 Road Warrior Award. A FlexCare Road Warrior is a nurse who has logged the most assignments and miles in the previous year, and this travel nurse embraced the road trip lifestyle.


Michael traveled to five states in 2018, starting out in North Carolina. He then headed west to Arizona and Texas, then back to the East Coast with an assignment in New Hampshire, and then Maryland. Whew!


Christine Never Starts New Travel RN Job Without This

Travel nurse hiking in Arizona

Christine, a FlexCare Med-Surg/Tele RN and recent featured Tuesday Traveler, doesn't have challenges finding the good in each assignment. Currently working in Arizona, Christine is not shy about grabbing her camera to explore an area. Her motto, "Life is an adventure. Take risks," is the epitome of a positive traveler mindset. We caught up with her to find out why she decided on this career and what she believes is something she must bring with her on any assignment.

Why you should secure your winter travel nurse or allied assignment now

by FlexCare team members Alicia Keith, Angie Entwisle, and Taylor Stanfield


Get in on winter pay rates before the January surge!

Did you know that January is one of the busiest months for travelers applying for new assignments? Avoid getting caught in the “bottleneck” of people who had contracts end in December, or took time off for the holidays, or waited for the New Year. Once these well-meaning procrastinators are ready to begin a new adventure, the pool of candidates applying for jobs at the same time nears a fever pitch.