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New to travel nursing? No problem!

Date published: August 4, 2021

Davin Healthcare is a nurse-owned and nurse-operated organization focused on your clinical journey. Don’t be afraid to try something new; let us lead the way to your dream assignment. Below, our experts break down some of the top advantages of taking the leap:

See the Country
You don’t have to take time off from work to see the country. You can easily travel to someplace new, work your contract, and then decide where you want to travel next. Your travel punch-card will be the envy of all your friends.

Control your schedule
Travel contracts vary in location, time, and position. With a travel assignment, you can make a schedule that fits your needs. This makes it easy to maintain a good work-life balance.

Out with the Old, In with the New
Travel nursing is a great way to meet new people, explore new territory, and try new things! Whether it is connecting with new coworkers, trying out the local cuisine, or finding hidden gems in the surrounding area – life is always an adventure when you’re on the move!

Make a Difference
Understaffing leads to a higher probability of patient deaths. When you fill these contracts, you are making a difference. Both your patients and the community you are serving in appreciates your contributions.

Learn Skills beyond Nursing
You will develop valuable skills from your encounters with different people and situations. This will enhance your communication skills and force you to learn to adapt in new situations. These situations and experiences will prepare you for your future, both in and out of the workplace.

Great Pay
Between the travel stipends and the potential for high hourly rates, travel nurses can make great pay. At home, you cover housing and food costs out of your check, but travel nurses get stipends that help to offset housing costs and meals. That means more of your pay can go to having fun, living your life, and padding your savings.

Freedom and flexibility
Your freedom and flexibility increase significantly as a travel nurse. You can explore the city you are in at your leisure and introduce yourself to different cultures, people, and ways of life.

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