Aya Travel Nursing Blog

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DAISY Award Nominee Mayra Exceeds All Expectations

How do you know when a traveler is rocking an assignment? They’re nominated for a DAISY Award! We’re thrilled to share that Aya travel nurse Mayra, who’s working at a facility in Pennsylvania, was recently nominated for this prestigious recognition. The DAISY Award honors the skillful, compassionate care… Read More

Aya Traveler Brianna is a DAISY Award Winner!

Congratulations to Aya traveler, Brianna, who was selected as a DAISY Award winner! She was nominated by a charge nurse on her unit for her compassionate care and for being a great patient advocate. Recently, Brianna cared for a critically ill patient whose personal treatment wishes were different from what… Read More

CHOC Children’s Utilizes Aya Workforce Consulting to Develop a Flexible Workforce Plan

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY: CHOC Children’s (CHOC), a Magnet-designated pediatric healthcare network, includes a state-of-the-art 334-bed main facility hospital in Orange County. The facility faced several challenges including a high census year-round — with a perfect storm of core vacancies, seasonal peaks and increased patient census. Additionally, CHOC’s float pool… Read More

Nominate Your Fellow Aya Travelers for a DAISY Award

Aya Healthcare’s partnership with The DAISY Foundation means that we have the opportunity to recognize excellence in travel nursing! If you have a compelling story about a fellow Aya traveler and their work with patients, consider nominating them for a prestigious DAISY Award. All nominees should have: Served as a… Read More

Aya Traveler Erin Nominated for a DAISY Award

Our traveler, Erin, just completed her first travel assignment with Aya in Yuma, AZ working in the medical-surgical and telemetry units. While she was there, she made such an impression on the facility and the patients she assisted that she was nominated for a DAISY award! Being nominated for a… Read More

Aya Staffs Expedited EMR Conversion

When a not-for-profit medical system that serves nearly 400,000 residents in Georgia asked Aya Healthcare to help staff their electronic medical record (EMR) conversion, they estimated the project timeline to be a six-week initial rolling implementation. However, to ensure continued patient care coverage, they tightened the timeline to less… Read More