most_beautiful_hospitals-2016After thousands and thousands of votes, the results are in for Soliant Health’s 8th annual list of the 20 Most Beautiful Hospitals in America. [click to continue…]

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Traveler Spotlight: Respiratory Therapist Donna

by Bonnie Steiner on June 22, 2016

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Taking a risk is tough, especially when you’re putting your career path into someone else’s hands. Sure, everyone likes to travel for vacations, but traveling to work and live in an area where you’ve never been for months at a time? Would that be safe? What would happen at the end of each assignment? What about insurance coverage and future job security? These were all the concerns from a respiratory therapist named Donna who’d been living in north Florida for 30 years before she decided to travel with Soliant. She never thought she would want a change from her stable position of >20 years at the same facility in Florida. This all changed when she connected with Matt Mitchell, a Soliant Nursing/Allied recruiter, this past December. [click to continue…]

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Six Important Questions to Ask in Nursing Interviews

by Soliant Health on June 14, 2016

nursing interview questionsInterviewing for a new position within a new company can be a nerve wracking experience. Even if you’re going in knowing that you are a great fit for the position, it can sometimes be intimidating and you may walk away from the interview without finding out crucial information that will help you to determine if the company is a great fit for you. It’s important to make a list of questions that can help you decide if you’ll be happy in your new position, should you receive a job offer. Here are a few suggestions that can help you get started. [click to continue…]

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AAP School Nurse Recommendation Changes

by Soliant Health on June 7, 2016

school nurse changesHealth and well-being is one of the most critical aspects of the educational system. Children who have regular access to healthcare have the ability to perform better in school and a greater chance at success in life. In many cases, that access to healthcare begins with their school nurse. For the past several years, the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) has made the recommendation that schools with a typical student body carry a nursing staff to student ratio of 1:750, while those facilities which serve students with more intense medical needs have a ratio of 1:225. [click to continue…]

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Five Nursing Specialties to Consider

by Soliant Health on May 31, 2016

nursing specialtiesWhether you’re a nursing student trying to choose a career path or an experienced RN who is looking for a change of pace, making decisions about a nursing specialty takes a lot of careful consideration. You’ll want to look at daily job requirements, average pay scales, opportunities for growth, and other job features before making your final decision.  While there are dozens upon dozens of specialties to choose from, here are five specialties that have great opportunities available for the right person. [click to continue…]

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Tech Can Make Healthcare More Efficient

by Soliant Health on May 24, 2016

healthcare technologyTechnology has taken over the vast majority of our daily tasks.  From ordering our coffee before we get to the counter to researching all of our major purchases from the comfort of our home, nearly everything we want or need to do is available through the swipe of a phone screen or the stroke of a few keys on a laptop. This is certainly the trend in healthcare professions, as well, with many tasks made faster and easier through the latest technological advances. Here are a few ways that you can embrace technology and create a more efficient environment for healthcare providers and their patients. [click to continue…]

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