Super Nurse for November 2016: Lynn

Health Carousel Travel Nursing
December 5, 2016
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When we think about what we would call the “ideal travel nurse,” one particular nurse usually comes to mind. This outstanding professional has been a travel nurse for over 20 years and has experienced travel nursing at both its finest AND most challenging hours. She has worked in many different facilities from small, rural hospitals to large, Level I Trauma centers. She can do it all! Those who work with her say she always has a smile on her face and is willing to lend a hand in any capacity that is needed.

We are proud to announce Lynn as our Travel Nurse of the Month for November 2016!

Here’s what her recruiter, Jordan Dial, has to say about her:

I have had the pleasure of working with Lynn for almost two years now. Since she has worked for us, Lynn has been the epitome of a star travel nurse. She successfully completes each and every assignment, is always asked by her facility to extend, and is oftentimes asked to return after leaving the previous assignment.

Lynn constantly educates me on travel nursing trends and how certain facilities operate. She is on call to offer help and advice for new travelers working with us. She even offers training sessions to our recruitment team to ensure we have the first-hand experience of speaking with an experienced traveler.

I could go on and on about how great Lynn is but her record speaks for itself. I have been fortunate to work with many outstanding travelers in my career, but I feel truly lucky to have met Lynn.

Wow! How could we have said it better ourselves? For this honor, Lynn will receive a gift basket as well as one of our signature Traveler of the Month pins. Congrats, Lynn!

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