Our TaleMed nurses are the best of the best! They live out our RICHER core values of Respect, Innovation, Consistency, Humility, Excellence and Resilience at healthcare facilities across the country. We partner with the Daisy Foundation to acknowledge our TaleMed travelers with these prestigious awards twice a year because we know how hard they work.
Nurses and other healthcare professionals (HCPs) are on the front lines every day taking care of our communities. With that responsibility comes the increased risk of infection, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic. As you take COVID-19 precautions at work, it’s important to protect your family members ― some of whom may be elderly or immunocompromised.
Learning to Let Go of Expectations Ruth H. always wanted to study science, but she also wanted to help people. By becoming a medical technologist, she combined both of her passions. Med techs are allied health professionals who test and analyze blood, other body fluids and tissue samples. Ruth earned a BS in medical technology
TaleMed Helps Chase Your Dreams Nicholas L.’s original dream was to go straight from nursing school to working in an operating room. Unfortunately, that was nearly impossible in San Diego. “There were veterans there who had been nursing 20 to 30 years,” Nick says. “So, I packed up my bags and moved to South Dakota.”
Independent. Caring. Flexible. These are just a few of the words TaleMed recruiter Brad Baumer uses to describe travel nurse Reilly H. “She really is the best of the best,” he said. Reilly H. grew up in Grand Junction, Colorado, a small town on the Western Slope. Reilly discovered her passion for the medical field
Beth H. decided travel nursing was right for her when she was 53. Before that fateful decision, she worked at a single facility for 32 years in the OR, as a PACU nurse, an OR Circulator and a charge nurse. From a small town in Virginia’s southwest corner, she and her husband, Marty, have 4
Skye S. grew up in Crescent City, a small town in North Florida, and she always dreamed of seeing the world. From the beginning, she knew she wanted to be a travel nurse! Skye’s mom was also a nurse and suggested she try alternate career paths. But Skye knew travel nursing was the right fit
Emily T. may just be one of the most interesting nurses at TaleMed. Emily grew up in East Tennessee and got her Bachelor of Science in Nursing at East Tennessee State University. After college, she decided it was time to see the world. Now she’s been to 12 countries and has more than 4,000 followers
TaleMed is proud to announce our first DAISY Awards! The family of J. Patrick Barnes established the awards in 1999 in honor of the excellent nursing care he received during his battle with the auto-immune disease Idiopathic Thrombocytopenic Purpura (ITP). And now as a DAISY Award healthcare staffing company partner, we honor two of our
Congratulations! You aced your interview, and you received your next (or first!) assignment as a travel healthcare professional. Now it’s time for the next step – signing the contract. We know it’s easy to skim through a document, but it’s important to carefully review all the terms. Don’t hesitate to reach out to your recruiter