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Concierge medicine and healthcare is becoming increasingly popular. More and more people are choosing to receive exceptional healthcare at their homes or on the road with them while they travel rather than the traditional steps of visiting a medical facility.

Therefore, if you are a nurse

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Money management plays a vital role in the lives of nurses. It offers a sound financial foundation from which nurses can carry out their invaluable work.

As a professional nurse, you know there are many high-stress moments throughout your work day. You don't need to add

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Concierge healthcare is continually growing in popularity. We live in the information age where health studies and information is abundant. 

Combine that with a strong lean towards convenience services, such as DoorDash and Uber, and it is easy to see why concierge nursing is so appealing.


Category: Blog , Nurses

Everybody loves a good accessory. Whether they are a useful tool or just something to make your day a little more fun, accessories keep us going.

For nurses, accessories are a way for you to show your personality and your style in an environment where everyone

Every industry has its nuances, and the healthcare industry is no different.

If you're not in the healthcare industry, it can be difficult to differentiate between treatment plans, diagnoses, and even healthcare professionals.

Whether you are looking for private home care or are embarking on a new

When a loved one is feeling sick or ill, we will do just about anything we can to help. It’s one of our natural instincts. 

From grabbing prescriptions to, more recently, assisting in quarantine comfort, we all enjoy doing our part to make our sick or

Category: Blog , Nurses

Every day is filled with choices. Some aren’t very impactful, whereas others drastically change your day-to-day life. 

What you choose as your career and where you work is a major decision.

On average people spend about 13 years and 2 months of their life working at their job.

That is

While each healthcare facility has its own stressors, there is one aspect that seems to spread across every organization, company, and industry - the nursing shortage.

Without professional nurse staffing, it can be difficult to confidently accept new patients or guarantee exceptional care.

To combat this growing