After 20 years of nursing and 6 years of traveling, Andrea finally knows her worth — and she won’t settle for less than she deserves. “It took long enough,” she says with a laugh. What’s her secret? Research and independence. To her, the key to making the most of your… Read More
In her three short years of travel nursing, Veronica has lived through two hurricanes, traveled to five states and is currently working on the frontlines of the COVID-19 pandemic in Hollywood, Florida. To say it’s been a bit of a whirlwind is an understatement. “Despite all the craziness, I keep… Read More
Sam started out as a Med-Surg nurse but quickly realized that environment didn’t suit her. She wanted something that would use her rapid assessment skills, which she found in the emergency room. “There’s nothing else like it,” she says. After working for a while in a Level I Trauma hospital… Read More
“As a CNA, you’re there to care for your patients. CNAs have love for people — people who are helpless, people who cannot care for themselves. I believe I’m doing my own little part to make people happy,” says Aya traveler, Peter. Peter is so passionate about his work, he’s… Read More
It takes an army to fight this pandemic and respiratory therapists like Tiffani are an important part of that army – monitoring and managing the ventilators of COVID-19 patients in the ICU. Tiffani’s first travel assignment looks a little different than she imagined — but she’s thriving in the chaos… Read More
Travel nursing has always been about the thrill of the adventure — new places, new clinical techniques, new people. And now, more than ever, it’s about helping where you’re needed most. Travel clinicians are at the center of the fight against COVID-19, courageously answering the call all over the country. Read More
Meet Michelle: Travel nursing opened her mind — to new possibilities, adventures and clinical techniques!
Michelle can’t stop traveling. “I’m addicted!” she says with a laugh. She’s traveled for over two years now as a telemetry RN and loves expanding her clinical skills — and horizons — with each assignment. When Michelle first started traveling, she hadn’t yet moved out of her parents’ house. It… Read More
Meet Yinessa: Her relationship with nursing is her love story … and she found her happy ending with Aya.
Do you know a nurse that dances with her patients, bonds with their families and tears up when she remembers the ones who touched her heart? Yinessa is that nurse. Yinessa’s a seasoned pro who doesn’t expect recognition for her excellence. In fact, she thought she’d given up praise when… Read More
Is there anything you’ve done for decades straight that you STILL love? Susan’s been an OR tech for more than 30 years. When asked about the possibility of retiring soon she exclaims, “Shoot, no! No way, no how. I don’t know what I’d do if I didn’t have this.” She’s… Read More
Are you a dessert first, dive-right-into-the-good-part person? Or a wait-and-save-the-best-for-last person? Aya travel ICU nurse Grant is decidedly a delayed-gratification guy. The Missouri native can’t quite bring himself to check out the West Coast … yet. Not because he isn’t interested, he’s just afraid he’ll love it too much. And… Read More