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Organizations We Support
Below are some of the wonderful and amazing Organizations we have teamed up with. Here at Source One we encourage our amazing nurses and corporate staff to try and spare a little time to assist these equally awesome organizations. If you are not part of the Source One family yet you can still volunteer or donate. Just give us a call or contact us and let us know what you would like to do. We will set it all up for you. Its that easy.
Below is our travel nurse blog Nurses ARE Heroes. Here you will find really cool information about healthcare, travel nursing, the hottest travel nurse jobs and local jobs, as well as nurse tools. We also use this site to highlight the awesome nurses out there going above and beyond the call of duty. Any nurse we hear about winning the Daisy Award we want to make sure you get the recognition you deserve. If you have won The Daisy Award or know someone who has drop us a line and we will be more than happy to brag on them. We love Nurses and want to make sure you get the respect you so deserve by blogging to support your super hero lifestyle.
The average travel nurse makes roughly 5% more than permanent placement nurses in all 50 states. Here is a list of the 10 highest paying travel nurse states!
Get organized with the Life Management Binder FREE printables! Customized for Travel Nurses, but can be used by anyone! Includes: Cover Page, Monthly Calendar, To Do Lists, Cleaning Calendar, Weekly Meal Planner/ Grocery List, Emergency Contacts, and much more!
It’s not easy taking care of the ill. There’s no reason to deny that sometimes it is hard not to get frustrated with a patient or family member who is ailing. While I am not a nurse, I do help care for someone who has had dementia for the past ten years…