Why did you choose Atlas MedStaff?
My choice to join Atlas MedStaff came as a result of being an Atlas Travel Nurse myself!! The top-to-bottom experience as a travel nurse proved to me there was no better company to build a career with, as a traveler or as a recruiter and now as a Client Manager. In the year I traveled with Atlas, every question I had was answered, every concern assuaged and I always felt that they had my back no matter where I was traveling to.
I come from a large family and I am the eldest of 7 children! This year also marks the 3rd year of dating the love of my life, Blake, and I look forward to many more! (I’m almost certain that she does as well)
Only one, my half Labrador, half American Staffordshire Terrier, and full potato, Mollie. She will be 9 years old this year and is ever more lazy with each passing day.
For the last several years my hobbies have been moving and working as a travel nurse in new places. I have picked up hiking, camping, and cycling recently. However, with this change in role I am hoping to get back into something things I loved before I started traveling, playing golf, working on my car and spending more time with family.
Any other information you want to share:
I’ve worked in healthcare for 10 years, night shift for 8 of those years. I’ve been rejected from nursing school and gone on to graduate nursing school. I have been a nurse for going on 4 years. In that time I have worked ICU, Cardiac Cath Lab, and traveled for 5 assignments. I’ve worked both large metropolitan hospitals and small rural facilities. I have been a traveler and I have worked alongside countless other travelers, and it is that unique experience I want to incorporate as a recruiter and give those who travel with me the best experience they can possibly have.
Top five things on your Bucket List:
1. Finally go on my planned ‘pre-pandemic’ Hawaii vacation!
2. Camp and hike Moab/Arches National Park
3. Live overseas (location TBD)
4. Obtain my pilot’s license
5. Retire Early
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