PPR Travel Nursing

PPR Travel Nursing



travel nurse staffing agency PPR Travel Nursing

333 1st Street North Suite 200
Jacksonville Beach, Florida 32250
Ph. 866-581-5038
Website: http://www.pprtravelnursing.com

#1 Ranked Best Small Company to Work for in America!
PPR has a long history of creating the best customer experience in the travel nurse industry. This experience begins with our team of tenured recruiters. Recruiters who are passionate, empathetic, and value-oriented. PPR nurses learn quickly that these qualities permeate the entire organization. Representatives in payroll, quality management, housing and human resources all pride themselves on creating a best-in-industry customer experience.
How has PPR been able to create this palatable differentiation? By creating a world class culture – PPR is one of only two organizations that have landed on the national list of America’s “Best Places to Work” for 10 consecutive years (and counting) and was honored in 2013 by receiving the #1 ranking. (Link to Best Places Page)

PPR extends this cultural phenomenon to their nurses in the field. Quickly building trust with new candidates and enduring relationships with long-tenured nurses. Trusting relationships filled with a great balance of fun, friendship, adventure, commitment and professionalism. PPR takes pride in loving its nurses and making sure they feel loved!

With all of this support PPR nurses can be focused on the reasons they became nurses in the first place – Taking care of patients and their families. There is no greater reward for the team at PPR than happy nurse making a difference in someone’s life.

PPR Travel Nursing offers competitive compensation with per diem options, an industry leading health insurance plan, paid private housing or housing stipends, license and travel reimbursements, 401k, and a generous referral bonus. For those seeking to maximize compensation expanded hours assignments are available. PPR also welcomes travel teams; human, canine or feline!

Travel Nursing is a great way to see the country, visit with family, vacation or just gain new experiences.

PPR Travel Nursing Top Recruiters
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Stacy Pavish
Senior Healthcare Recruiter
Email: stacy.pavish@pprtravelnursing.com
Ph. 888-999-5038, Ext:0

My Experience:
14 Years of Travel Nursing Experience – All with PPR Travel Nursing

My Hobbies:
I am a Travel Nurse Recruiter for 14 years with PPR Travel Nursing. I am married and have 2 children, a beagle and a dachshund. We love spending time together with all our family, grilling, at the beach, or just sitting enjoying good food.


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Mandy Maloney
Senior Healthcare Recruiter – OR/PACU
Email: mandy.maloney@pprtravelnursing.com
Ph. 800-803-5038 Ext:0

My Experience: 17 years of experience – 8 years with PPR Travel Nursing. Specializes in OR nursing.

My Hobbies: I have been a nurse recruiter for 17 years. I have been married for 14 years and we have 2 Australian Shepherd dogs. I love going to concerts, listening to music, Florida State football (or anything FSU related!), hanging out on our boat, doing anything close to the water, and relaxing with my family.

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  1. I worked with Mark Millelo(sp?) for a recruiter. He was awesome. My husband was the primary traveler but he found me an assignment at a local LTC facility that was close. Mark and our whole PPR experience was fantastic. My husband is a dialysis nurse and at the time PPR didn’t have a lot of openings for us. We changed companies but will always remember our time with PPR. Thanks for being our first travel experience and for showing us the care that you did. If not, we may have tucked tail and returned home and not continued to travel for 10+ years now.

  2. Hi,
    I have a friend who wants to move to Carlsbad NM and take a travel nursing job, but I told her it’d be difficult to find executive housing here. What is the stipend allocated for them to find housing? Can they rent a room or have a roommate instead of the normal one bed rental?