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A Contract Nurse’s Pay Package Explained

Posted September 27, 2019
Your nursing contract pay package is based on: your specialty, your contract location, your contract length and the hours you’ll work. We also offer some awesome perks: Housing – We have [...] Read More

What NOT to do in an Interview

Posted August 13, 2019
These interview tips will help you nail a great first impression, but don’t just take our word for it… Read More

4th of July Safety Tips

Posted June 27, 2019
Everyone’s favorite summer holiday is almost here! Which to the average person means exciting parades, cookouts and of course fireworks! But to a nurse means – a sparkler in the [...] Read More
Emily Larabell
The Word Nerd

Nurse vs Bedpan!

Posted February 6, 2019
Sometimes things don’t always go as planned… Read More
Emily Larabell
The Word Nerd

Patient Play Call: 4th Down and Inches…

Posted January 31, 2019
At Nurses PRN, we get you. Being a nurse is not for the faint of heart. You are on the front lines fighting for your patients on a daily basis. [...] Read More
Emily Larabell
The Word Nerd

Nurses PRN’s “The Nutcracker”

Posted December 19, 2018
This year we put away our beautiful singing voices and pulled out our dancing shoes (ballet shoes to be exact) for OUR VERSION of the Nutcracker… we hope you enjoy! [...] Read More

Season of Giving 2016

Posted October 26, 2018
The staff here at Nurses PRN set a goal of 700 volunteer hours between October 1st and January 31st. With hard work and a great deal of dedication to give [...] Read More

Per Diem Testimonial: Meet Tom!

Posted October 26, 2018
“Nurses PRN never made me feel like I was working FOR them; I was always working WITH them and trying to make this community and nursing better.” Hear why Tom, [...] Read More

Traveler Testimonial – Meet Heather!

Posted October 26, 2018
Heather has been a nurse for over 15 years, and recently decided she was ready to give travel nursing a try. Hear why her experience working with Nurses PRN has [...] Read More

Ice Bucket Challenge

Posted October 26, 2018
Our Executive Team at Nurses PRN took the ice bucket challenge for ALS. In addition, they each will donate $100 to the cause. Way to go team! Read More

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