We are thrilled to announce that Medical Talent has been recognized as one of the highest-ranked travel nursing companies by BluePipes! This prestigious recognition demonstrates our unwavering commitment to excellence and our dedication to both our healthcare professionals and client facilities.

Why Medical Talent?

At Medical Talent, we pride ourselves on providing exceptional service and support to our travel nurses and allied health professionals. Here’s why we’ve earned a top spot:

Exceptional Support for Healthcare Professionals

Our team is dedicated to offering unparalleled support to our travel healthcare professionals. From the initial job search to the completion of each assignment, we ensure that our travelers have everything they need to succeed and thrive in their careers.

Comprehensive Benefits and Competitive Pay

We offer a wide range of benefits and competitive pay packages to our travel nursing professionals. Our goal is to ensure that our team members are well-compensated and have access to the best resources available.

Commitment to Quality and Excellence

Our high ranking by BluePipes reflects our consistent efforts to maintain the highest standards in the industry. We strive to provide quality placements that match the skills and preferences of our healthcare professionals with the needs of our client facilities.

Join the Medical Talent Family

We invite you to become part of the Medical Talent family, where we prioritize your career growth and job satisfaction. Whether you are a healthcare professional seeking exciting travel opportunities or a healthcare facility in need of top-tier staffing solutions, we are here to help you achieve your goals.

Discover why Medical Talent is the top choice for travel nursing professionals across the country. Join us in our mission to provide exceptional care and support, and experience the difference that our commitment to excellence makes.

Thank you for making Medical Talent a top ranked travel nursing company!

The positive reviews given to us throughout the year is the whole reason we are on this list. Medical Talent exists because of healthcare travelers, like you. If you came here as a traveler, considering your next journey, we’re here to help. Every traveler’s journey is important to us. Fill out our quick-apply form to have a recruiter reach out to you within 24 hours and secure your next assignment.

Are you looking for your next opportunity in healthcare? Whether you’re a Registered Nurse, a CNA, a surgical technologist, or anything in between, tackling the job search alone can be daunting, time-consuming, and frustrating. There are plenty of opportunities out there, but they don’t all fit your needs – and if you’re not the best self-advocate, you might be left wanting more.

What’s the solution? Partnering with a nursing staffing firm like Medical Talent means you’re gaining access to a career advocate who will be there with you every step of the way. Here’s what sets us apart:

We Match for Skills and Experience

When you join the Medical Talent team, you don’t just become a number in a database. Your recruiter will take the time to get to know you personally, and we’ll review your background and work history extensively to make sure we understand the breadth and depth of your skills. That lets us match you with an employer where you can truly shine, showcasing your care skills and bedside manner. Whether you’re looking to improve your resume, work your way up the ranks to a higher position, or just help as many patients as you can, reach your goals with the help of Medical Talent skilled recruiters.

We Match for Cultural Fit

We know that a job is about more than the skills you can bring to it, or the pay and benefits that you get out of it (although those things matter, too). The fact is, the right money and perks won’t mean much if you don’t like the culture of the facility you’re placed in. That’s why we match our nursing talent for cultural fit as well as skills and job requirements. We’ll ask pointed questions to learn what kind of environment you want to work in, and use that information to find you an opportunity that fits the bill.

We Match for Personality

Are you an outgoing, bubbly person who loves talking to people? Are you more reserved, preferring to spend your time talking one-on-one with patients? Whatever kind of personality you bring to your nursing career, we have opportunities that align with it. We’ll take the time to get to know your personal character as well as the values that guide you as a healthcare professional – that’s what helps us connect you with the opportunities that check every box.

Get Started With Medical Talent

Ready to level up your healthcare career? Medical Talent is here to help. Contact us today and browse our current openings.

Tis the season… flu season, that is. As cold and flu season bears down upon us, it’s important that your healthcare facility is prepared. That includes your nursing staff, support staff, and patients. But how do you do it?

Here are five tips to get your healthcare facility ready for flu season this year:

#1: Promote Hygiene and Wellness

Encourage healthy practices among your staff, like exercising, getting enough sleep, and eating healthy. While it’s no guarantee against the flu, it certainly helps. Also make a point to share tips with your staff on preventing influenza spread, like disinfecting keyboards, washing hands frequently, and getting the flu vaccine.

#2: Keep Common Areas Disinfected

This flu season, keep a facility-wide plan in place to keep common areas disinfected. Breakrooms, lobbies, and restrooms are breeding grounds for germ-spreading, so evaluate your cleaning strategies to make sure you’re keeping up with routine cleaning and disinfection.

#3: Stock OTC Cold and Flu Medicines

It’s a good idea to bolster your stock of over-the-counter cold and flu medications as the season gets into full swing. Not only is this helpful for your staff if they feel like they’re coming down with something, it can boost morale and lower the chance of employees sharing medication with one another. Cold, cough, and headache relief medicine, cough drops, and basic painkillers are all good options.

#4: Monitor Flu Alerts

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control (CDC) publishes an influenza surveillance report weekly, which monitors the geographical spread of the flu by state. This can be extremely helpful for determining whether your facility might be in the path of a swell of flu cases.

#5: Boost Your Staff

If you get a sudden rush of patients because of the flu or another disease, it can leave your staff caught off guard and struggling to catch up. You need to have a plan in place to boost your staff if the need arises. That’s where an experienced nursing staffing agency like Medical Talent comes in. We can help augment your existing staff with skilled nurses and medical professionals, alleviating the burden on your core team and helping you to get through flu season successfully.

Trust Medical Talent This Flu Season

Need to ramp up your staff as flu season gets closer? Our recruiters are here to help. Contact Medical Talent today to learn more and get started.

In today’s digital job market, it can seem like cover letters are unnecessary, or overkill. Why send a cover letter when you’ve already included your resume, which covers everything a hiring manager needs to know? If you have the skills and experience necessary to make a difference in healthcare, why bother with a cover letter at all?

The truth is that cover letters are by no means a thing of the past. They do serve a purpose – an important one. Here’s why you need to include a cover letter in your next healthcare job application:

Cover letters showcase your soft skills.

Your resume covers your hard skills – the technical skills you have that lets you improve lives every day. But any healthcare professional worth their salt knows that these skills are only half the battle. You need to have the right personality, the right character, to really make a difference in a healthcare setting. Not anyone can do this job, and your cover letter is the place to explain why you can.

Ensure that your cover letter showcases your soft skills as well as your technical ability. Explain how your natural empathy improves your bedside manner, how your multitasking skills help you facilitate better patient outcomes for your team, how your communication skills ensure mistakes aren’t made. This is what really sets you apart from the competition.

Cover levers convey your personality.

The way you write and structure your cover letter also helps to convey your personality as a nurse. Because healthcare organizations are looking for healthcare professionals who fit their culture, you want to come across as a competent, likeable, personable professional – not a robot. Let your natural style come through in your cover letter so the hiring manager can get a sense of who you are, not just what you can do.

Cover letters let you sell yourself.

Your resume isn’t a document that sells you to the employer. It simply lists your qualifications to get you in the door. Your cover letter is where you can go beyond that – it lets you explain why you’re a great fit for the role, what you can bring to the organization, and how you hope to grow and advance in your career moving forward.

Looking For Your Next Opportunity?

Ready to put your resume and cover letter to good use with a new job? Contact Medical Talent to speak directly with one of our skilled healthcare recruiters.