More than two decades ago, Fastaff pioneered the practice of Rapid Response travel nursing. Since then, the company has grown to become the leading provider of urgent and crucial temporary nurses to help hospitals provide continuous, high-quality patient care. We partner with many of the nation’s largest and most prestigious healthcare facilities – more... – as well as small community hospitals – to meet acute staffing needs and provide round-the-clock, unparalleled patient care.
Our nurses enjoy the opportunity to work when they want, where they want, while maintaining the lifestyle they want – all why enjoying the excitement of traveling nursing and the challenge of new life experiences.
Fastaff is a subsidiary of Reliant Healthcare Professionals and has earned The Joint Commission’s Gold Seal of Approval. We attend the major nursing conferences (AORN, AONE, ASHHRA and AWHONN) and belong to the National Association of Travel Healthcare Organizations. – less
Fastaff Employer Reviews
Confidential (Former Employee), Denver, CO – July 31, 2014
RN Travel Nurse (Former Employee), Denver, CO – May 22, 2014
Travel Registered Nurse (Current Employee), VARIED – April 20, 2014
Registered Nurse, CCRN (Former Employee), Denver, CO – January 15, 2014
Human Resources Administrator (Former Employee), Centennial, CO – December 10, 2013
Working at Fastaff
Travel to Springfield, Illinois for ICU, call about the details. St. John's hospital. I have 18 years of ICU and 2 years of ICU-Trauma.,Burn ICU, also.
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