Travel Nurses: Here are Three Tips to Help You Land Great Housing
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Hyatus applauds the work travel nurses do filling staffing needs in diverse locales to ensure as many patients as possible receive quality care. We recognize the importance of having a comfortable, relaxing rental to return to after a stressful day of work, and we feel honored to have been trusted by many travel nurses to provide this environment for them. Through our interactions with travel nurses, we’ve gained considerable insight into their needs when securing housing. Keep reading to check out key tips to help travel nurses land great housing while on-the-job.
Disinfected Spaces are a Necessity
It’s crucial that travel nurse housing be thoroughly cleaned and disinfected before their stay. The nature of your job means that, for the duration of your assignment, you need to be healthy. It also means you need to be able to work to help healthcare facilities adequately meet patients’ needs. Travel nurses also work around-the-clock to care for ill patients, many of whom may be at great risk of contracting infectious ailments. It’s important that travel nurses aren’t exposed to hazardous germs in their temporary homes. Hyatus takes this responsibility seriously, hiring professional cleaners to thoroughly sanitize all units between stays.
Prioritize Fully Furnished Rentals
Whether your assignment is a few weeks or a few months, it’s important to feel as comfortable as possible in your temporary home. Stocking up on furniture, kitchen supplies, and other necessary resources may be time-consuming, laborious, and extremely costly. Budget-permitting, seek out fully furnished rentals that provide all of this for you. When you’re saving lives at work, returning home to a low-stress space is ideal. In a furnished rental, everything you need is at your disposal. At Hyatus, we decorate and fully stock each unit with everything our guests could need, so you can settle in and relax immediately upon arrival.
Choose Housing Near Your Job
The nature of your work may require early mornings, late nights, or both. Cut down on your commute by choosing housing near your job. Hyatus travel nurse housing are conveniently located near many medical centers. In fact, Hyatus New Haven units are just a two-minute walk from Yale New Haven Hospital. Who wouldn’t love such a short commute?