American Traveler, Clinical Coordinator Cathy Trumbull,
RN "is skilled at matching the right
nurse professionals with the right travel nurse jobs." Prior to joining the American Traveler team, Cathy spent 20 years as a PEDS Triage Nurse, working NICU, and finally taking a position as a Nursing Supervisor. As a Clinical Coordinator for American Traveler, Cathy pre-screens and pre-qualifies travel nurses and allied health professionals by evaluating experience, skills, credentials, and clinical references. “My husband calls me the ‘Velvet Hammer,’” said Cathy. “I’m patiently persistent and I never give up.”
Cathy travels herself, trekking along the North Rim of the Grand Canyon last year and completing a tandem cycling tour of the Virginia Creeper Trail with her husband. “This year we’re scheduled to discover The Badlands, and pedal end-to-end on the Katy Trail,” she said.
The best advice Cathy gives to travel nurses is to take a genuine interest in meeting people while traveling. “There are an endless amount of amazing people to be met in every city and town,” she says. “And one of the greatest things about being a travel nurse is the endless and ever changing opportunities.
Cathy said the five years working at American Traveler has been a joy. It’s a company that combines knowledge, dedication, innovation, and graciousness for a superior travel nurse experience.
“Nothing makes my job more enjoyable than to have a Nurse Manager or Travel Nurse Contact share that one of our travelers has been a perfect fit in their department and they would like to extend a renewal offer.”
When asked what brings balance to her life, Cathy put her heartfelt appreciation and enjoyment of family & friends, and working and playing hard at the top of her list. “Oh, and a good nights sleep,” she said.
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