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Providing Plenty of Care and Compassion to Patients – Lovely

Providing Plenty of Care and Compassion to Patients – Lovely

Employee of the Month winners are formally nominated by the client facility, supervisor or a co-worker. They have been nominated because they stand out from their peers and show exemplary service to their practice and patients. Their performance goes above and beyond facilities’ expectations.

We are hereby honored to announce that the winner of February 2021’s RN Employee of the Month contest is Lovely! Congratulations to this outstanding healthcare professional!

What do you love most about being an RN? “Being an RN allows me to leave unforgettable impressions and to touch my patients’ hearts. They will always have a story to share for the rest of their lives. I love to instill hope, encouragement, and to be part of the healing process, whether it be physical, mental, emotional, or spiritual.” -Lovely

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One Year On The Front Lines Survey

One Year On The Front Lines Survey

As the voice of America’s international nurses, the AAIHR wants to hear about your experiences at the bedside one year into Covid. The Association has created a new online survey to measure international nurses' outlook and experiences at the bedside one year into the...

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5 Highly Effective Habits for IELTS Prep

PassportUSA has worked with thousands of successful language exam passers, so we have a good idea of what good IELTS preparation looks like. Check out these five highly effective habits for IELTS preparation and ensure you’re ready on test day!

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PassportUSA Hires Nurses From All Over the World

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.

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Our American Dream Come True – Michelle, USRN

Our American Dream Come True – Michelle, USRN

Spotlight healthcare professionals are chosen by their International Employee Supervisor. These individuals stand out for their exceptional journeys and commitment to Health Carousel. We like to share their stories to promote their successes, and motivate others who are going through similar experiences.

We are proud to announce that the February Spotlight of the Month is Michelle! Congratulations Michelle!

Michelle is from the Philippines and is currently working at a client facility in North Carolina. She has been working in her field for 11 years and has been with PassportUSA for over one year.

How does working in the U.S. differ from your healthcare career abroad? “Working as an RN here in the U.S. means having additional opportunities and offers to improve my skills, especially when it comes to seminars and extra shifts. Everyone is appreciative of your hard work and diligence. It’s a more positive work environment.” -Michelle

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Improving Patients’ Lives to the Fullest – Aeven, Sujin, Matthew

Improving Patients’ Lives to the Fullest – Aeven, Sujin, Matthew

Employee of the Month winners are formally nominated by the client facility, supervisor or a co-worker. They have been nominated because they stand out from their peers and show exemplary service to their practice and patients. Their performance goes above and beyond facilities’ expectations.

We are hereby honored to announce that the winners of January 2021’s RN and Allied Employee of the Month contests are Aeven, Sujin, and Matthew! Congratulations to these outstanding healthcare professionals!

“What I love most about being a nurse is that I get to see my patients improve. Seeing them walk again or be back to their pre-hospital state is the goal every healthcare worker looks forward to.” -Aeven

“It is very important to have a sense of belonging somewhere, especially as a newcomer. I like that this client facility welcomed me and supported me with patience until I felt comfortable and confident.” -Sujin

“I was referred to Health Carousel by a recruiter. Health Carousel provided really great assistance through every step in the immigration process and everyone that has helped me is so kind and patient.” -Matthew

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DAISY International Advocate: Award Winners Worldwide

DAISY International Advocate: Award Winners Worldwide

Health Carousel's commitment to the recognition of nurse excellence is exemplified in the PassportUSA Light the Way initiative. Partnering with the DAISY foundation, PassportUSA recently founded the DAISY International Advocate program of nurse recognition. This first...

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DAISY International Advocate: Award Winners Worldwide

DAISY International Advocate: Award Winners Worldwide

Health Carousel's commitment to the recognition of nurse excellence is exemplified in the PassportUSA Light the Way initiative. Partnering with the DAISY Foundation, PassportUSA recently founded the DAISY International Advocate program of nurse recognition. This...

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Meet the PassportUSA International Recruiters

Meet the PassportUSA International Recruiters

The PassportUSA International Recruiters take great pride in interviewing candidates to help them progress their #AmericanDream. They are responsible for qualifying potential candidates, educating candidates on the immigration process, and setting expectations during the visa application process.

Click on this article to learn more about our recruiters and the advice they have for future candidates wishing to apply with PassportUSA.

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Visa Bulletin

Visa Bulletin

The Visa Bulletin for April 2021 is out, and the EB-3 priority date for nurses in the Philippines is CURRENT! This is the opportune time to pass NCLEX and IELTS (if you have not done so already). We reached record-breaking visa approvals in 2020 and we continue to...

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