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Volume 37 | July 2008
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Senior Consultant, Kristin Zandee, says “My goal is to exceed travel nurse expectations, to go beyond high-pay and free private housing; to make travel nursing an adventure.” A self-proclaimed “outdoor junkie” and “still a big kid,” the Long Island native says every travel nurse destination has vacation potential. “It’s important to have fun while travel nursing and explore as much as possible.” Travel Nurse Consultant Kristen Zandee
Jennifer Rayner reminds new travel nurses to always keep all their receipts and “to look forward to looking back at every travel nurse job as a learning experience.” She says both new candidates and experienced travel nurses alike should always do their homework before leaving on assignment, and to seek out as much information and local flavor as possible when they arrive. Travel Nursing Consultant Jennifer Rayner
Edie Heyer, another American Traveler expert travel nurse Consultant, enjoys finding nurses their first travel nurse job and recommends that they be flexible and open-minded to ensure a great experience. “Don't be afraid to ask your Consultant for suggestions and advice when deciding where and when to travel, and always look to your new travel nurse job as an adventure,” she said. Consultant Edie Heyer

Anita Margulies’ advice to first time travel nurses has always been, “Do your homework!” Have some great plans to maximize your travel experience. Pack lightly...you can always find a Target if you’ve forgotten something. Bring pictures in frames to make your apartment feel homey right away and most of all... HAVE FUN!”

As always, we advise our travel nurses to be diligent with the documentation requirements and licensure on your 1st travel nursing assignment and it will be a breeze for all future travel plans.

Consultant Anita Margulies
 
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Meet Your Travel Nurse Consultant – Anita Margulies

Anita M Travel Nursing Consultant Insists on Individualized Service

“Personal attention makes our consultants stand out over all the rest.”
– Mary Kay Hull, VP of Recruitment

American Traveler Consultant, Anita Margulies prides herself on personalized service.
To Anita, every one of her travel nursing clients is her only travel nurse, as she provides a level of service and support unmatched in the profession.

“Each one of my travel nurses is important to me.  I like to know how they’re doing and what they’re seeing, we speak often about their assignment and activities.  We quickly establish a wonderful and enduring friendships.”

Anita has been great and always looking out for my best interest!
L.R. Marshall – Travel Nurse

Anita was great when I needed assistance with pay benefits. She was very
 helpful in getting it all updated in a timely fashion
N. Gohring – Travel Nurse

Originally from Toronto, Anita’s background is in visual arts and advertising. She thinks outside the box and has a sixth sense that lets her stay one step ahead of her travel nurses.

“The most important thing I do as a consultant is to listen, and listen between the lines.  Even when someone asks me about assignments close to the beach, I still tell them about high paying travel nursing jobs and quality of life in Colorado, northern Arizona, Utah and elsewhere,” she said. Anita loves helping travel nurses settle into new surroundings and adapt quickly to changes in environment.

“I send them as much information as I can about their destination: lists of festivals going on in the area, restaurants for take out and delivery, museums and local farmers markets.  Sometimes just letting a travel nurse know where the closest grocery store is to their apartment makes all the difference.”

travel nursing consultant petsWalks with husband Warren and their two dogs, Maggie and Henry are among Anita’s favorite things to do. The travel nurse staffing professional enjoys time with family and friends and has a passion for gardening, cooking and her grandson, Avery.

“Through the positive experiences, challenges and growth of my travel nurses, I consider it both a reward and an honor to be a catalyst for their success,” she said.

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