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Healthcare Recruiting
Meet Our Travelers
Traveler Questions
The Licensing Requirements for Travel Nursing
Early Travel Career

GetMed Staffing Launches Allied Division

Feb 21, 2023

The GetMed Staffing team is growing again! We’re excited to announce the addition of an Allied Division to our staffing services. What is the difference between a travel nurse and an allied traveler? Below, we’ll do a brief walkthrough of who will oversee the division, what modalities are included in our Allied Division,  and the benefits of becoming an Allied traveler.

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Travel Nurse Housing
Housing Expectations
Traveler Questions

A Traveler’s Guide to Housing

Dec 19, 2022

As a travel nurse, finding accommodations may be intimidating and overwhelming. But it certainly doesn’t have to be. Below, we’ll go over what you need to know about travel nurse housing and how to select the best place for you.

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Travel Nurse Assignment
Healthcare Recruiting
Travel Nursing
Meet Our Travelers
Traveler Questions

Out On Assignment: Courtney, RN

Sep 20, 2022

You hear it repeatedly— travel nurses must hit the ground running, prepared for anything. With the constant air of change, sometimes the little moments at the end of a day, like a nice meal your past self graciously prepared in advance, can be a cozy constant. 

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Traveler Questions

GetMed Recruiters are here to help: Q&A

Jun 2, 2022

We sat down with the recruiting team to have them answer the most asked questions about traveling as a healthcare professional. We uncovered the top questions you need the answers to know if traveling is the right profession for you.

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2020 Travels
Staffing Recruiters
Travel Nursing
Travel Nurse Health Guide
Staying Healthy On The Road
Traveler Questions

Feeling Burned Out? Follow These Tips to Help

Jun 8, 2020

Burnout is very real and with the added stress of the COVID-19 pandemic, healthcare workers may find they are at an increased risk of developing symptoms of burnout. As we're learning, the pandemic is settling in to be a marathon and not a sprint.