PassportUSA is honored to have employed Charvey, PT for the last three years and he has now reached the end of his temp-to-perm assignment.
Charvey has had multiple achievements in his personal life since he’s been working in the US. Charvey and his wife (who was also a former PassportUSA physical therapist), were able to take some vacation time and had a grand wedding in the Philippines, they purchased a new car, had their first child, and Charvey’s parents came to visit their son’s new home in the US! Wow! Charvey and his family have been efficiently balancing a healthy work-life.
Ready to begin your new career as a RN in the United States? To help you achieve your goal, the team at PassportUSA has assembled the following information in this article on how to apply for the National Council Licensure Examination, commonly referred to as the “NCLEX.” Passing NCLEX is your key to getting a nursing license in any U.S. state.
Diana was nominated for the DAISY award! Thank you for providing amazing care, Diana!
“I am really happy that one of my patients recognized my hard work. I am also the facility’s Employee of the Month for January 2020! Thank you so much to everyone who is proud of PassportUSA’s healthcare professionals’ achievements. I am proud too because I cannot do this without the help of everyone during my first year in the USA. Thank you from the bottom of my heart.” -Diana
Christauf joined the PassportUSA Achieve program and has been working as a USRN in Indiana since June 2019. Click on this article to read Christauf’s story on how the PassportUSA Achieve program helped him attain his visa and progressed his arrival to the USA.
PassportUSA RNs Ryan and Gemma were both recently nominated for the DAISY award by patients, families, and their peers! Excellent work Ryan and Gemma!
“We are blessed to be recognized.” – Ryan and Gemma
Over the past 15 years, PassportUSA has helped over 3000 international nurses from all over the world realize their American Dream and we are just getting started!
We have hired nurses from over 60+ countries including the Philippines, Kenya, UAE, Hong Kong, India, Canada, Nepal, Jamaica, Fiji, and many more. Click on this post to read what some of our currently working candidates from across the world who are now in the U.S. have to say about their journeys with PassportUSA.
We are hereby honored to announce, that the winner of January 2020’s RN Employee of the Month contest is Janice! Congratulations to Janice!
What do you love most about being a RN? “I enjoy serving and being with people. I have always believed that being a nurse is never a walk in the park. It requires running around and attending to the needs of multiple patients at the same time. The best part of it is when I lie down on my bed and reflect on my 12-14 hour work shift, with a joy in my heart that I was able to contribute to people’s healing processes.”
We are hereby honored to announce, that the winner of January 2020’s Allied Employee of the Month contest is Kristofferson! Congratulations to Kristofferson!
What do you like most about working with our client? “What I like most about working with our client is their desire to perform high-quality patient care to serve the community. As the only hospital located in a small community, it is rewarding to be part of a team that makes a difference in people’s lives and to be able to connect and provide patients with the best care.”
A huge shout-out to our January Employee of the Month runners-up: Girlie Mae T., Shelley Marie M., Divina P., Naomi S., Amelyn D., Rebecca R., and Mary Grace C. Great care everyone!