Agency, Registered Nurse (Former Employee) – Springfield, VA – February 1, 2016
Count narcotics. Charged Nurse made assignment. Administered medications to at risk Inmates. Drew blood for Digoxin, Dilantin. Tegretol levels. Assist with Wound care. I learned to worked with an different culture of people. The hardest part of the job was the number of Inmates with HIV. The most enjoyable was, when it was time to go home. I also worked agency at Providence Hospital. Started IV's, Administered Blood and Blood products.
Working for this company is wonderful, you get to set your own hours, travel, meet new people (both other nursing staff and other patients), and work in varying environments. The down side to this job is that other staffing agencies pay significantly better and have better benefits. The ability to move from a retirement facility to a hospital is nearly impossible (unless you have previous experience in both). Also the ability to advance in your career in the medical field is non-existent. You really don't see to much of your co-workers, management is awesome.
Senior Human Resource Generalist (Former Employee) – Boca Raton, FL – February 1, 2016
Typical day at work was responding to employee benefit inquiries and complaints to ensure effective resolution. Partnered very closely with co-workers and managers, as there were many branches (divisions) across the country. The difficult part of the job was reporting as new system were being implemented and sometimes it made for accurate reporting very difficult.
The most enjoyable was resolving the employees complaints to their satisfactory.
Excellent nursing opportunity to work as a travel nurse
Registered Nurse- Emergency Department (Former Employee) – Killeen, TX – January 22, 2016
I really enjoyed working for Medical Staffing Network as a travel Emergency Dept. RN. I embarked on 8-12 week assignments located in the central and south regions of Texas. I loved the challenge of working in a new facility that had new equipment that I had not worked with in the past, along with new charting programs, and facility driven protocols to provide positive outcomes and goals for the patients receiving care at those facilities. I enjoyed learning about new care plans and patient driven goals with the staff that I worked along side.
Excellent learning opportunity & challenge within the nursing field
Nursing Assistant (Former Employee) – Des Moines, IA – January 17, 2016
o Duties include: being attentive and empathetic to each resident and their needs, for caring for all assigned residents with the time frame allotted, helping family members assist residents, knowing and staying compliant with all state requirements in each nursing home, logging in my own hours and turning them in, and knowing which facilities/locations that I would be attending throughout the week o Making sure that each resident was taken to and from meals o Maintaining good hygiene for all assigned residents
Certified Nurse Assistant (Former Employee) – Syracuse, NY – December 15, 2015
a typical day at work was cool nice and smooth depending on where your schedualed to work you learn different aspects on how to work with different disabilities co workers were great haven't had a hard day at work only if working short enjoyable working with resisednts
Travel IHC Technician (Former Employee) – Naperville, IL – November 30, 2015
This is an awesome company to work for I would recommend anyone who is welling to travel to try this agency first they are very good to their people and very heart warming, caring for their employees. They go above and beyond for us.
MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGING TECHNOLOGIST (Former Employee) – Milwaukee, WI – November 30, 2015
Loved the variety of being a temp technologist. Loved making my own schedule. Wonderful Boss. I had the opportunity to work with wonderful people. I loved meeting new co workers. Best part was being able to work in a variety of places and not having to deal with the politics.
Medical Staffing Network is a good company, they sent you to WakeMed to help assist them with suicidal and mental illness patients. We have to make sure they do no harm to themselves nor other, chart their behaviors, make sure the environment is safe and clean.
Certified Nurse Assistant (Former Employee) – Lancaster, PA – November 6, 2015
Working with this nursing agency I see how different nursing homes are and how they all have something unique. I enjoy traveling from place to place meeting new people. Medical Staffing Network has given me the opportunity to get myself out there and get a lot more experience then just staying in one place.