How Two Nurses Found Love on Assignment

Posted on February 14, 2018
Ally and Zane Ferguson

Every new traveler expects starting a career in travel nursing to come with exciting adventures of all kinds, but little did Ally and Zane know they’d find love on their first assignment! It all started in Dallas, TX at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center in 2015. It was Ally and Zane’s first assignment, and they…Read More


It can be hard to be away from your loved ones while you are traveling, and Valentine’s Day is no exception. You might find yourself several hours or more away from your significant other on your travel assignment, but that doesn’t mean you can’t make it a special, memorable holiday. In fact, it’s a great opportunity…Read More

What is Low Census Protection™?

Posted on February 1, 2018
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One of the biggest concerns many travel nurses have is if they will work as many hours they are contracted for when the hospital has changing needs due to low census. After all, travel nurses are needed most in times of high population and increased staffing needs, but what happens to travel nurses when there…Read More

Meet our Featured Traveler, Keith!

Posted on January 24, 2018
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Keith has enjoyed the adventures of being a travel nurse with Travel Nurse Across America since April 2015, and has been on over a dozen travel assignments across the nation. He says, “I got into travel nursing to be able to see the country. This way I get paid to travel, whereas if I had to…Read More

Travel Nurse Tips for Packing Like a Pro

Posted on January 20, 2018

For some, it’s hard to imagine packing up your home and moving to a new location every few months, but seasoned travel nurses have this nomadic lifestyle down to an art. Having everything you need and keeping it neat and organized may seem like a challenge, but with the right amount of planning and practice,…Read More

Traveling with Pets

Posted on January 20, 2018

Pets are just like family members and many travelers bring their beloved pets on assignment with them. However, there are challenges that come along with traveling with pets. Ensuring your pet will adjust well to the new environment and securing lodging that will allow pets are just a few. Travel Nurse Across America recommends all…Read More

How to Safely Rent from Craigslist

Posted on January 20, 2018
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When it comes to finding housing for a travel nursing assignment, every traveler seems to have his or her own set of very different preferences. And that’s with good reason! The right – or wrong – living space can set the tone for your whole assignment. Many travel nurses opt to find their own housing…Read More

5 Reasons Why Every Nurse Should Get a BSN

Posted on January 17, 2018

The Institute of Medicine’s The Future of Nursing report recommends that 80% of nurses earn a bachelor’s degree by the year 2020. Most healthcare facilities agree that nurses should earn a BSN to pave the way for better preventative and inclusive patient care. It can be daunting to think about going back to school, especially if you already…Read More

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As soon as travel nurses step into their hospitals on a new assignment, they are focused on learning the ropes, getting to know their new city, and making new friends. However, they may have forgotten to think about their goodbyes at the end of the assignment. Travel nurses are used to having to get acclimated…Read More

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One of the best perks about the travel nursing lifestyle is the ability to take long vacations in between assignments. As great as a long holiday can be, it can be tough to get back into a work routine, especially if you are taking a new assignment in a new city, or working 12 hour…Read More

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