Happy Nurse's Week From PassportUSA's Quality Improvement Nursing Team!

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May 6, 2022
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Happy Nurse's Week!

National Nurse's Week is celebrated annually from May 6-12 and is a chance for the entire country to celebrate the heroic efforts of our 4 million registered nurses working in the USA. It is also a way to recognize the important role nurses play in not only healthcare but in their communities as well. The skills of nurses are highly valued and appreciated in America and as a healthcare organization, we look forward to any opportunity to recognize our fearless and dedicated nurses.

To help kick off the celebration this week, our Quality Improvement Nurse Team has a special message for you...

We'd also like to give a special shoutout to our PassportUSA Quality Improvement Nursing Team (QIN), who is featured in the above video.

Did you know all international healthcare professionals who begin their dream of immigrating to the United States will be assisted by no fewer than five dedicated teams at PassportUSA?

One of those support teams is our QIN Team which works to build U.S. clinical readiness while you are still offshore and also coaches and mentors you to U.S. practice success while on assignment.

They are a team of seasoned Clinical Leaders, with over 100 years of combined clinical and leadership experience to assist our healthcare professionals in their clinical transition to practice in the United States.

What we do to ensure you are successful:

  • 1:1 Clinical Support and Coaching
  • Access to the Passport USA Clinical Team who bring forth over 100 years of combined clinical experience through a master prepared board-certified clinical team for guidance and support.
  • Access to an online learning management system for on demand learning and completion of any additional healthcare educational support needed while onboarding to US facility
  • Support through orientation and onboarding
  • Collaborate with healthcare professionals’ onsite clinical team to work through challenges if encountered
  • Advocate on behalf of the healthcare professional
  • Support and guidance for specialty certifications, professional organization membership, advancing clinical roles to preceptors, charge nurses and supervisors.

Meet the team:

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