VA’s new "Travel Nurse" program hits the road
United States Department of Veterans Affairs, March 19, 2008
The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs has created a "Travel Nurse Corps" to enable VA nurses to travel and work throughout the Department's medical system. The goal of the program is to offset the nationwide shortage of nurses and to improve the quality of care for veterans. Initially, the Travel Nurse Corps will place as many as 75 nurses at VA medical centers across the country.
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