September Travel Nurse of the Month 🏆: Laurel!

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At Next Travel Nursing, our recruiters not only aim to help nurses achieve their professional goals, but also strive to get to know them in an effort to build a strong nurse-recruiter relationship. Through this process, we’ve had the opportunity to get to know some top-caliber nurses, both in and out of the facility. As we do at least once every month, today we want to take a moment to recognize a travel nurse who has consistently gone above and beyond what’s asked of her. Please join us in thanking our September Travel Nurse of the Month, Laurel, for all she does for her patients, peers, and recruiter!

Here’s what Next recruiter Naomi Knoblach had to say about our September honoree:

“Laurel has gone above and beyond by adjusting to everything the facility is asking of her without complaint. She would literally come in at 5 a.m. if they needed her to. She skips lunch every day as she’s doing home health and is going from patient to patient. The facility has no overtime, so in order to give the best patient care, she puts them before herself to get them all seen within her hours. She’s always happy and energetic, and just a joy to talk to!”

Laurel also recently received a note from one of her colleagues at her current facility. The note reads 💌:

“I wanted to send a special thank you on behalf of [peer’s name]. She mentioned she was so appreciative when you bathed an East team patient before she could get there. Thank you so much for all your thorough and compassionate care.”

From all of us at Next Travel Nursing, please join us in thanking Laurel for her incredible work as at travel nurse and her dedication to her patients and colleagues. 👏

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