Patients Care Technician (Former Employee) – Bethesda, MD – August 31, 2017
•Keep records of food intake, liquid output, and vital signs. May collect samples of bodily fluids. •Observe and report changes in patients' emotions or alertness. •Move patients by wheelchair or gurney, Sterilize equipment and supplies. •Follow principles of infection control and Universal Precautions
i get a call from coordinator with run down of the facility they want me to work at and all of my duties. i then go there and quickly learn faciliy and jump right in doing the duties of the nurses there
good pay, flexible schedule, great people, never boring
LPN Field Nurse (Current Employee) – Albany, NY – January 16, 2018
As a staffing agency they are very good. They communicate well and stay on top of your schedule. The worst part is being canceled on a day that you thought you were working but that is always a possibility with agency work.
Medical Staffing Network allows for various jobs at hospitals or facilities in need. The orientation is hospital based and allows you to acclimate there quickly. I learned how to be confident in my knowledge to provide the best nursing care possible.
LPN III Contractual/Traveling Nurse (Former Employee) – Spartanburg, SC – January 11, 2018
I completely enjoyed and loved working with Medical Staffing Network.My schedule was flexible, My work contracts wherein 13 weeks intervals with renewal after each completed contract.Work was consistent.The work environments where clean, safe, and the staff welcoming.MSN also required and gave updated CEUs, recertification for ACLS, BCLS, and AED Certification.The office staff friendly, helpful, and truly care.
flexible work schedule
sometimes there would be lack of work assignments.
Travel RN (Former Employee) – Palm Beach County, FL – January 4, 2018
Travel RN for two assignments. Both were quite enjoyable and I learned so very much through this opportunity. I worked the first assignment in an orthopedic short stay unit and the second in an ER in a Regional Medical Center. The experience was exceptional with great support from the facility staff as well as the travel agency support.
LPN (Former Employee) – Erie, PA – December 20, 2017
working as an agency nurse I could control my work schedule I enjoyed to movement and change as required for the assignments great staff time management was key to succeeding people skills was a must the hardest part of the position was being able to fit in with staff who would prove very helpful to resident identity and finding needed supplies
Communicated with clients daily Processed over 500 payrolls per week Recorded, processed, and commissioned, direct deposits and payroll accruals. Updated client information into company system Created training manuals for instruction on how to process payroll for assigned company branches
State Tested Nursing Assistant (Former Employee) – Columbus, OH – December 14, 2017
The assignments were very far away. In different cites. Traveling that far from home once or twice a week wasn't worth the money, my safety, and sometimes the regular full time employees would except the assignment before agency arrived and it would be a total waste of time, gas, and energy.