July Treasured Traveler Winners!

 

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Happy July everyone! We are excited to announce our July Treasured Traveler winners – Sydney Walstrom, RN and our travel team Brieana Smith, RN and Tori Meyers!

Here are a few words from their recruiters on why they are so awesome!

“Syd has been traveling with us since 2014 and has been a rock star! She started traveling with a buddy who has since gone permanent. Syd has embraced travel nursing and has truly been so much fun to work with. She has been offered to extend for a year now in North Dakota, where I’m sure she will eventually settle down. I just recently received an email from QM complimenting her on how quickly she responds to them and keeps her file compliant”. Stacy Pavish – Senior Healthcare Recruiter

 

“Congrats to Brieana and Tori  for being PPR’s Treasured Travelers for July, you all deserve it! You are truly apart of the PPR Family and each hospital you all  join is lucky to have you as part of their team during their time of need.  Brieana and Tori  have a great outlook on life, travel and  their love for nursing shows in the patient care they give to the smallest of patients staying in the NNICU Units they help.  I feel very fortunate to get to work with these amazing nurses and am excited to see what adventures await them next!

Here is a little of what makes Brieana and Tori so special to PPR:

Brieana and Tori are getting ready to start 6th travel assignment with PPR. Brieana and Tori are true travelers, taking their talent from Florida, Ohio, Texas back to Maryland this month. Both ladies are amazing to work with – always have their compliance documents in on time and are flexible when things don’t always go as planned while on the road.  Brieana and Tori  are both are very talented Level III NNICU Nurses that are responsible for taking care of the smallest most fragile patients, while putting new parents’ minds at ease. Any one that has the opportunity to have these ladies take care of their newborns, is truly blessed. Co-workers and Managers have describe them as: valuable employees, team players, dependable,  take the initiative to help others, knowledgeable, both doctors, staff along with patients love them, and always taking  the extra effort to work with the patient’s family. I could not agree more!” – Tina Akins, Recruitment Manager/Senior Healthcare Recruiter

 

Congrats ladies for your entire PPR family!