ER Travel Nurse Joins TaleMed Clinical Team

Corbin Sohn has been an emergency department travel nurse with TaleMed for four years and recently joined the TaleMed team as the Clinical Liaison. In this new role he works to help other healthcare professionals on their journeys. “Every hospital is different: every assignment is different,” he said. “If travelers ever have a concern about

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Amber in NYC: A Mother’s Day Story

Amber R. is a mother to four kids and an ER nurse. She’s spending this Mother’s Day about 1,700 miles away from her family back in Texas while working in an ER medical trauma unit in New York City – and there’s no place she’d rather be. “I might not be at home to celebrate

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The ER Nurse on the Move

Zachary Z. loves to be on his feet and moving around. His mind’s always in motion. Working in the ER fits his style. ER Nursing became his lifestyle. He didn’t realize these things about himself when he first became a nurse. He started off as a medical-surgical nurse at a New York hospital. “One day

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The Reality of Having the Ability to Float

As travel nurses, it is likely you will be the first RNs in a unit asked to float.  It is imperative we understand this is part of the travel nurse industry. Let’s discuss how to best handle a floating situation. Travelers MUST Be Able To Float This industry is complex and constantly changing and the

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Emergency room closures can be deadly for area’s residents

Emergency Room Closures It stands to reason that when hospital emergency room closures, people in the surrounding neighborhood suffer. But how much? A new study quantifies the impact in California, finding that patients affected by Emergency Room closures were 5% more likely to die after being admitted to a hospital than were patients who didn’t

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