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Career Advancement: Clinical Resource Manager

Many experienced RN's consider a travel nursing career transition to Clinical Resource Manager.

After more than two decades of hospital nursing and ER management, Deborah Bacurin, RN  has taken her career to new heights as Clinical Resource Manager for American Traveler. She advises senior management on clinical policies and issues and is relied upon for interpreting the staffing directives of The Joint Commission and Hospital Associations.

Clinical Resource Manager – Deborah Bacurin, RN

"It's a welcome change in lifestyle," says Deb. "Working Monday through Friday gives me more time with family and friends, and the skills and compassion I've developed as an RN help me to nurture a quality patient care environment among travel nurses and hospitals." - Deborah Bacurin, Clinical Resource Manager

Her Emergency Room Management Career

Deborah’s years of experience as both a staff and travel RN, complimented by a superb set of organizational and time management skills, has made the seasoned nurse practitioner an invaluable resource to American Traveler and the health care staffing profession. She serves as Lead Clinical Coordinator and Clinical Liaison for the company and is directly responsible for American Traveler’s Documentation Department.

"In less than two years, Deborah moved up the corporate ladder from Clinical Coordinator to Clinical Resource Manager, where her expertise and sound judgment are essential to American Traveler staffing quality and performance." – Mary Kay Hull, VP of Recruitment

"It's a welcome change in lifestyle," says Deb. "Working Monday through Friday gives me more time with family and friends, and the skills and compassion I've developed as an RN help me to nurture a quality patient care environment among travel nurses and hospitals."

Debbie Bacurin - Clinical Account Manager
Clinical Account Manager
American Traveler's Clinical Account Manager, Deb Bacurin, was an Emergency Room Manager at a busy Level 2 trauma center for ten years. She also worked as a travel nurse for eight...