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Saluting Aya Travel Nurse KaMona and All Veterans

Today, we salute KaMona. In addition to her work as a travel nurse case manager with Aya, she’s an active duty member of the Georgia National Guard. Of her service KaMona says: I drill one weekend a month with my unit, so I stick to traveling around Georgia. I also… Read More

Nancy Beat Breast Cancer – Aya Family by Her Side

Breast Cancer Awareness Month is coming to an end, but breast cancer affects people every single day of the year. Aya clinical manager, Nancy Sedwitz, knows this all too well. She beat breast cancer twice! Nancy was working at Aya for less than a year when she was diagnosed the… Read More

World Mental Health Day: Nurses Need Help Too

It’s OK to not be OK. That’s the message the World Foundation for Mental Health (WFMH) wants to send loud and clear for all to hear this World Mental Health Day. We all need help sometimes, and it’s OK to ask for it. No one should have to face life’s… Read More

Aya Walks to Help End Alzheimer’s Disease

On Saturday, September 21, 60 Aya employees, family members and friends walked to #EndALZ in partnership with the Alzheimer’s Association. According to the Alzheimer’s Association, 5.9 million Americans currently live with Alzheimer’s disease and this number is projected to rise to almost 14 million by 2050, making efforts like these… Read More

Famous Nurses: Florence Nightingale’s Story

Today, nurses are the heart of healthcare. But nursing wasn’t always considered a legitimate career. That thinking began to change in the 19th century — thanks to advances in medicine and the work of some pretty awesome nurses who paved the way for modern nursing. Undoubtedly, Florence Nightingale is one… Read More