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7 days ago

Labor & Delivery Nurse - (LD RN)

American Mobile Healthcare Charlottesville, VA

Labor and delivery (LD) nurses provide care to women and their newborns during the antepartum, intrapartum, postpartum and neonatal stages. They… American Mobile Healthcare


3 days ago

Post-Anesthesia Care Unit - PACU Nurse - (PACU RN)

American Mobile Healthcare Charlottesville, VA

The role of the post-anesthesia care unit nurse (PACU nurse) is to provide care for post-operative patients recovering from anesthesia, including… American Mobile Healthcare


13 days ago

Intensive Care Nurse - ICU Nurse - (ICU RN)

American Mobile Healthcare Charlottesville, VA

Critical care nurses (CCU RNs) assist in the treatment of acutely ill patients with life-threatening conditions, in settings requiring continuous… American Mobile Healthcare


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    The Wal-Mart of travel nursing

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    I have been working at American Mobile Healthcare

    Pros

    Recruiters will make or break any travel company!! And I have been working with mine for several years now-- she is amazing. AMN is in no way the best paying company; they do, however, have the majority of the jobs. It is because of that and my recruiter that I stay with them.

    Cons

    Impersonal. Too big of a company to truly know their nurses. Are not up front with benefits available. Does not offer top pay. Change their ancillary staff with every single job assignment-- quality analyst, housing, benefits (and its not like they introduce themselves, just email you a to do list or you have to hunt down your contact if you have questions). No contract ever allows for sick days.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Give your nurses the impression that you are looking out for them-- something I've never heard anyone say of AMN.