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ABOUT  MedOne  Pro

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Travel Medical Staffing Leader

MedOne Pro, LLC is family owned and operated.  We understand what it’s like to be away from family as a traveling medical professional and making it work. We do everything we can to help you and your family stay connected, find out how. 

    MedOne Pro, LLC  has mastered the practice of Immediate Response staffing. With Global changes comes increased needs. CoVid19, mutating Flu, and other healthcare changes force us to prepare differently. Professionals and Facilities have to work together to protect the communities we serve, ourselves in a  productive, effective, and financially managed way.   MedOne Pro, LLC understands both sides of this ever changing dilemma and will graciously assist by any means possible.

        Our nurses enjoy the opportunity to work when they want, where they want, while maintaining the lifestyle they want – all why enjoying the excitement of traveling with their families if needed and the challenge experiences.

    MedOne Pro, LLC is earning The Joint Commission’s Gold Seal of Approval. We will attend major nursing conferences  and belong to the National Association of Travel Healthcare Organizations.

Best Pay & Benefits for Healthcare Professionals.

    Our solid reputation and work ethic with the country’s top facilities, we'll offer the best assignments and pay: up to $80 hourly / $95 hourly overtime/$8 hourly on call. MedOne Pro, LLC is one of a few travel professional agencies that prides itself on being able to provide premium pay.

    We also offer the shorter, four to 13 week assignments with guaranteed hours. This means our nurses can work when they want and the hospitals can satisfy short term assignments to fill smaller needs without long term obligations with an option to extend. While satisfying staff that prefer the shorter assignments without long periods away from home.   

   

    The more you give, the more we give.  We will include a 401K, affordable medical, dental, and vision; FREE educational opportunities; license reimbursement, paid travel, paid housing or stipend, referral bonus, sign on bonus when appropriate; family trips, plus other perks.

Immediate /Strike Response   VS   Crisis Response

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Immediate/Strike Response
 

    Immediate response travel nursing contract is when a healthcare facility hires travel RNs to quickly fill positions. If you take a immediate response travel nursing contract, you may be expected to start in as soon as 2 days or less and may be on assignment for an undetermined amount of time, although the contracts are usually shorter-term in length.
The main difference between immediate response and crisis nursing is that there may be an urgent need for rapid response travel nursing positions anytime a facility is in sudden need of nurses quickly–it may not be a full-on crisis, such as with COVID, but could be something like with a new software upgrade that was needed sooner than expected, a sudden influx of non-emergency patients, or an internal occurrence.
Depending on the exact position you take, rapid response nurses may also have to be willing to be flexible and may be needed for positions that operate on an “on-call” basis, such as with emergency surgeries or critical care. You may find yourself needing to stay close to the facility and be available to work with short-term notice, so this type of position may not leave you with a lot of downtime to explore a new location.
Because immediate response nursing involves taking on a brand-new position quickly, you will also be compensated accordingly and may receive a immediate response bonus, higher base, or additional stipends, such as a higher housing stipend since it can be difficult to procure housing in a short amount of time.
What this type staff expect
•    Extra pay per hour
•    Shift bonuses
•    Sign-on bonuses
•    Additional stipends for travel, housing, or food 
As a immediate response RN, you can expect to get to work ASAP, which means you won’t be getting a lengthy orientation or time to “settle in.” You will be jumping right in, so being prepared is key. That also means that if you’re interested in taking a immediate response travel nursing job, you need to be sure you have everything you need to get started right away–all paperwork needs to be updated with your MedOne Pro, you need to have the proper multi-state nursing licenses that will let you travel at a moment’s notice, and you’ll need “stand-by” arrangements for things like house sitters, pet care, or someone to get your mail.

Crisis Response


      A crisis travel nursing contract is given during times a hospital or a geographical location has determined that it is in a time of crisis. Nurses working in a crisis contract may be working in high-risk conditions, or areas that have declared a state of emergency. It is possible that a crisis travel nursing contract may also be a rapid response contract, if the crisis is urgent, so you may get higher wages for both.
    The crisis may be a pandemic that is striking and overwhelming a hospital area. Or the crisis could be isolated to that specific hospital, such as if a natural disaster hit the area. Pay for crisis contracts does vary, based on the nature of the crisis, the hospital’s budget, what agencies are able to negotiate with the hospital, and the nature of the skilled nursing care needed. Highly-specialized ICU nursing, for instance, may warrant higher base wages and bonuses, than general medical-surgical floor needs.
When you go through a travel agency, your crisis contracts will outline the specifics of your crisis pay, which may include both a higher base wage and additional stipends, such as overtime pay and bonuses. For instance, a crisis contract may include something like:
•    $20-$50 of extra pay per hour
•    Additional hours per shift or week — for example, 16-hour shifts, or 5 12s instead of 3 or 4
•    Shift bonuses 
One important distinction with a crisis contract is that it is normally a shorter-term assignment than a standard travel nursing contract may be. While many standard travel nursing job assignments are for 16 weeks or more, crisis contract positions may be as little as a few weeks.
Because of their high pay rate and the unpredictable nature of the crisis (whatever it may be), hospitals typically employ contract crisis nurses for shorter time periods, so they can adjust and evaluate if they are needed as time goes on. It makes more financial sense for the hospital to be able to sign on nurses for short time periods and continue to hire, rather than bring on crisis nurses for long periods of time.

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Hours of operation 

Mon-Thu: 9AM to 5PM

Friday: 9AM to 12PM

Sat-Sun: Closed

All Holidays: Closed

contact us

153 E Linn St. 

Bellefonte, PA 16823

 

email: info@med1pro.net

Toll Free:  (833)-Med1Pro                             (633-1776)

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