Building relationships with our travel professionals


It’s rare for us to get to meet our travelers but this week we had the pleasure of spending a couple of hours with many of them over dinner. An attempt to thank a group of employees working in the area turned into an opportunity to swap stories, gain a better appreciation of life as a travel healthcare professional and learn.

For example, below is one of the many conversations that took place as we honored a group of Soliant travel healthcare professionals that are currently on assignment with us.

Nurse: I told the doctor to hush because we were in a call to order.
Recruiter: What’s a call to order?
Nurse: A call to order is when the operating room team discusses the scheduled surgery to confirm we are all in agreement on the procedure.
Recruiter: That’s probably a good thing.

Sometimes the hustle and bustle of healthcare staffing gets in the way of expressing our appreciation for you but we want all of you that call Soliant home to know that we deeply appreciate your service. We couldn’t do our job without you.

Ron Washburn


Ron Washburn

Ron runs our nursing division and has been with Soliant since its small beginnings in the early 90s. He’s an integral part of our organization, and not only hosts trainings for our groups, but manages company events and continues to run a desk of clients and candidates.

3 comments on “Building relationships with our travel professionals”

  1. What a great time we had at Twist!!!!To have a chance to meet each other face to face and really place the face with the voice on the telephone. It was a great opportunity to share stories, meet other travelers and fellowship together as a group of friends, not just employees. I want to thank everyone at Soliant Healthcare for this time together. I have told other friends(who are travelers) and already have one that is very intrested in becoming a part of this wonderful organization.
    Nannette Williamson, RN, BSN

  2. Thanks to all our travel nurses who call Soliant Health home and are dedicated to making a difference in people’s lives. You are appreciated.

  3. Your company and the people who work therein sound fabulous! Any positions available for someone with 20 years experience in the dental profession with a bachelor’s degree in Health Sciences and a minor in Health Administration?? 🙂 (I’m totally serious, by the way…) –Kelly, RDH, BS


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