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Saturday · May 18 · 2013
Who knows what it's like to work as an American Mobile Healthcare travel nurse better than our own traveling health care professionals? Find out what real nurses have to say about travel nursing by browsing videos from our "Traveler's Journey" video contest. In the video clips below, you'll get a first-hand account of fulfilling your dreams of travel and adventure while reaping the rewards of working with American Mobile Healthcare.
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Travel Nursing for Peace: Niki's Story
A proud grandmother and free spirit, Niki went back to school at 46 to become a travel nurse. She shares her message of peace throughout her travels.
Travel Nursing: "The World to Gain"
Kathleen's career allows her to gain valuable nursing skills at cutting edge hospitals, while her family of five gets to share fun new places and experiences together.
Travel Nursing: Emily is Never Bored
Emily took the leap into travel nursing more than two years ago; she packed her bags for sunny California in the midst of a Missouri ice storm and hasn't looked back.
Travel Nursing Tips: Travel with Toys
Nicole and her husband are travel nurses who tour the country together. Experienced travelers, the couple have an efficient way of packing-up and taking to the road.
Travel Nursing Tips: How to Take Your "Home" with You
Patty, a traveling nurse for 7 years, talks about the rich experiences she has shared with husband, Steve, as they explore exciting destinations together - all across the country.
A Travel Nurse Realizes Her Dream
Susan, an adventurous spirit, left staff nursing for travel nursing to pursue a dream - to build an ecologically-friendly, self-sustaining community in Costa Rica.
Travel Nursing - In Their Own Words
Flexible schedules, the opportunity to see the country and learn new skills at cutting-edge facilities - here's a quick look at a few travel nurses and why they love their jobs.
Travel Nursing Tips from Gerri
A travel nurse for five years, Geri likes the choice/flexibility her career offers. Besides bringing her pet along, she chooses assignments close to family during the holidays.
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