OMAHA, Neb., June 28, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Highway Hypodermics, the leading and longest-running informational website
After finding the travel nursing industry confusing and frustrating to navigate, founder Kay Slane, RN, created Highway Hypodermics in 2003 as a way to help other traveling nurses choose lucrative, satisfying jobs with trustworthy partners. With in-depth reviews of both travel nurse agencies and the hospitals to which nurses are assigned, Highway Hypodermics was soon known as a top resource in "Providing the roadmap for today's traveling nurse."
After 15 years of helping countless travel nurses find assignments that best fit their needs, Highway Hypodermics has amassed a wealth of resources that can be easily-accessed from the new website.
At the new and improved www.highwayhypodermics.com, Travel nurses will be able to:
The relaunched Highway Hypodermics website provides travel nurses with the ability to find and research agencies and recruiters with the ease and portability that comes from a streamlined, mobile-friendly website. With the additional ability to sign up for personal coaching from an experienced, practicing travel nurse, success in this industry is now as simple as the swipe of a fingertip.
About Highway HypodermicsHighway Hypodermics, LLCŪ is dedicated to providing quality and up-to-date information to travel nurses around the world to assist them in finding the adventure of a lifetime. As the longest-running informational website for travel healthcare, run by a practicing travel nurse, it is our mission to bridge the gap between traveling nurses and travel nurse companies.
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