Three hospital recruiters share what they look for when screening and interviewing candidates for travel openings at their facilities.
Author - Allison Riley
Allison Riley is a public relations professional with more than 10 years experience in healthcare and corporate communications. She lives in New York City with her better half and two wonderful daughters. She and her girls are currently contending for world's slowest recorded stair climb to a fifth-floor apartment, and she enjoys writing so she can just finish her sentence already.
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