We know that the job of a nurse often involves a red cape and coming to the rescue of patients in times of need. In response to the global spread of the Coronavirus (aka COVID-19) and the growing demand for more and more nurses across this country - it's pretty clear that time of need is now.
At Next Move we want you to know that while your top priority during this very unusual time is the safety, health and well-being of your patients, our top priority is you and we are taking every precaution necessary to ensure that you're taken care of as well. We are in constant contact with all our healthcare institutions - making sure they have the correct CDC guidelines and protocols in place to keep our nurses safe, happy and healthy and ensure we can continue the fight against COVID-19.
Because some hospitals have initialized quarantines of some of their core staff who may have come into contact with the coronavirus there has been an increase in a need for rapid response travel nurses. If you are interested in these high paying positions, please contact one of our recruiters (John or Shelby) today.
We also know many of you have questions and concerns about the Coronavirus - especially as travel nurses traveling to healthcare facilities you may not be familiar with - and we know there is a lot of misinformation and fear-mongering happening across this country and throughout the world as can be attested by the hoarding of toilet paper and hand sanitizer.
Below we hope to answer some of those questions for you and will update this page regularly.
If you have any additional questions please do not hesitate to ask: https://www.nextmoveinc.com/contact-us
Q&A: Coronavirus (COVID-19)
What is coronavirus (COVID-19)? What is the CDC (Center for Disease Control) doing to help slow the transmission? Who is at risk for catching COVID-19? How to protect yourself and others against COVID-19? Where can I stay up-to-date on COVID-19? What happens during a quarantine?