Jill standing on a rocky ocean shore front
“If travel nursing is for you, I think this is a very solid option. You really need to be curious and adaptable – someone who likes to experience new things. It’s a really good opportunity to learn and grow.”
- Jill Hruska
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"You get so much more with GoHealth BC. For example, I get to have a rental car so I don't feel isolated being in a place that I don't know."
- Darla Umaming
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“I’ve been nursing for a long time, so I thought it would be interesting to see a bit more of the province and have an opportunity to travel.”
- Kris Kristjanson
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"I like GoHealth BC because you feel like an employee as opposed to a contract worker. You have that sense of security."
- Patty Poudrier
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“Being able to create our own schedule and have a bit of variety into where we want to go makes a big difference.”
- Claudia Kranabitter
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“I like the flexible schedule. I like being able to go for vacations when I want to. Basically, I can plan around my life as opposed to a life I plan around my job."
- Nicole Workman
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portrait of Kim sitting on railroad tracks on a sunny fall day
“When you go into a rural area where you don't have the same support system, you end up having to nurse with a lot more baseline understanding and knowledge. You can do your ACLS and your PALS and your triage courses, but this is kind of putting them all to the test. I'm really enjoying relearning how to be a nurse again.”
- Kimberly Foster
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“There's something very special about working in small communities; you feel like it's not really a job. It's more like this is my extended family.”
- Mary Ann Lo
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