Super Nurse for March 2017: Sarah

Health Carousel Travel Nursing
April 15, 2016
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Health Carousel Travel Nursing routinely acknowledges the outstanding performances of it travel nurses. Because of the caliber of talent on staff, picking a travel nurse of the month is a difficult process. While many nominees were highly qualified, there was one travel nurse who really stuck out in March.

Sarah was ultimately chosen to receive March’s travel nurse of the month award. Here’s what her recruiter, Jordan Dial, had to say about working with Sarah:

Sarah has been on assignment at NYU since September and has been asked to extend until the end of May. She is a pleasure to work with, has an amazing attitude and has been very flexible for the facility. She has worked many different shifts to help and accommodate their staffing needs and has worked well over her expected hours many times. In February alone, she worked 25 hours more than expected, in two weeks!

Furthermore, Sarah has referred several travelers to me, was a huge advocate at the Travelers Conference in September and is an all-around amazing individual! She was even kind enough to write up her personal recommendations of places to visit while we were in NYC this past weekend!

We are very fortunate to have a lot of great travelers that work with us. However, I believe that Sarah embodies all of the characteristics that make her an amazing travel nurse, and is deemed worthy of recognition to be our March Traveler of the Month! She is loved by her patients, by her facility, by her management team and by all of us!

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