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Where should I report for my shift?

Posted September 26, 2018
Report to the Nurse Staffing Office, sometimes called Nursing Administration. Most of the time, these offices are on the first floor and relatively close to the main entrance.  You need [...] Read More

What do I bring to my shift?

Posted September 26, 2018
It is important to remember to always bring your RN license, credentials (BLS, ACLS, etc.), and a photo ID. The staffing office may ask to make their own copies, even [...] Read More

What do I do if the hospital asks me to book another shift with them while I am there?

Posted September 26, 2018
If you are at a facility, and they ask you to come back for a future shift, and you are available and want to work with them, then feel free [...] Read More

What do I do if I have to cancel a shift?

Posted September 26, 2018
We understand that sometimes life happens and you need to call off a shift. This is not a problem as long as you let us know before the two hour [...] Read More

When will I find out if I am working?

Posted September 26, 2018
We find out two hours before the shift start time which nurses are needed and which nurses have been cancelled. So if the shift starts at 7pm, you can expect [...] Read More

Why am I running into issues completing my eDocs, skills and testing?

Posted September 26, 2018
How frustrating! We are here to help. Be sure to install Adobe Flash Player to your computer. If you are using Internet Explorer use this link to download it: Next, [...] Read More

How do I submit my timesheet?

Posted September 26, 2018
You can easily submit your timesheet by uploading it to the Workforce Portal, emailing an image of your timesheet to or faxing a copy of your timesheet to 800.530.8379. Read More

What kinds of benefits can I expect?

Posted September 26, 2018
As a full-time employee, you can expect a wide variety of benefits. There’s medical, dental and life insurance, a 401k plan and much more. There’s even a contract renewal bonus [...] Read More

What is Travel Nursing?

Posted September 26, 2018
Travel nursing allows you to travel around the country while doing what you love. Hospitals, nursing homes, and healthcare facilities from all over the U.S. call us because they need [...] Read More

What does it mean when I say I am “available”?

Posted September 26, 2018
When you tell our staffers that you are available, be prepared to take the call at confirmation time and ready to work the shift. If you are unsure or do [...] Read More

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