Mission: American Mobile offers RN job seekers and healthcare employers unparalleled customer service and a dedication to nurse career development.
I have been working at American Mobile Healthcare full-time (Less than a year)
Great recruiter, good pay, nice assignments
Cannot take off more than 3 weeks without health insurance being canceled. 3 weeks is a short period of time when you have been travel nursing for 18 months.
Advice to Management
1. Change the 3-week rule on the health insurance. I have been with AMN for a year now and this may determine how much longer I will be employed here. By the time I finish my contracts I will have worked for AMN for 18 months. 2. Make AMN a little softer and warmer. Send each traveler a small gratification gift (AMN Lapel Pin?) from AMN with a card saying "We are glad you are part of AMN" I am a nurse manager; I understand nurses. This would improve the relationship with AMN. They have a good relationship with their recruiter, but "AMN" is like a big cloud where the money is distributed. A marketing strategy like this could improve that relationship. 3. Give Ben Peterson a raise. This guy works really hard for his clients; if there is ever an issue, he is all over it. He will make it right. I have seen the greener pastures. Ben has kept me from jumping the fence.
I applied through a recruiter. The process took 5 days. I interviewed at American Mobile Healthcare.
Quick. Some contracts don't even require one-on-one phone interviews. For select hospitals you call into a voicemail line and answer questions to a pre-recorded voice and they offer jobs simply off of that.
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