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Became a Successful Nurse in America – Consuelo #ThankfulThursdays

Became a Successful Nurse in America – Consuelo #ThankfulThursdays

PassportUSA is honored to have employed Consuelo, RN for the last three years and she has now reached the end of her temp-to-perm assignment. "PassportUSA made my #AmericanDream into a reality. I learned so much on how to become a successful nurse here in America and I will remember PassportUSA for the rest of my nursing career. Thank you!" -Consuelo
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Proud to Have Worked At My Facility – Minnie #ThankfulThursdays

Proud to Have Worked At My Facility – Minnie #ThankfulThursdays

PassportUSA is honored to have employed Minnie, RN for the last three years and she has now reached the end of her temp-to-perm assignment. "My family is so very grateful we are able to buy a car. It is our #AmericanDream come true. PassportUSA is one of the best things that happened in my life. They are always there for me. PassportUSA is a good opportunity to grow further as a professional." -Minnie
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Tremendous Blessings – Brice Brian #ThankfulThursdays

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#ThankfulThursdays posts celebrate the career and personal achievements of our healthcare professionals who have reached the end of their temp-to-perm assignments at their assigned PassportUSA client healthcare organizations.

PassportUSA is honored to have employed Brice Brian, a physical therapist, who has now reached the end of his temp-to-perm assignment.

While he was on assignment, he was able to attain his Doctor of Physical Therapy degree at a U.S. university. We are proud to see him improving his skills and advancing his education. He was also able to bring his new bride to live permanently with him in the U.S.!

Brice Brian marrying the love of his life!

“I married my girlfriend in the Philippines right before I went to work in the United States. I was able to bring her over here within four months. After two years of currently working in the United States, we took some vacation time to go back to the Philippines to have our grand wedding with family and friends.”

A Top Performer

Brice Brian was the PassportUSA October 2017 Allied Employee of the Month and received much recognition during his assignment such as the Purple Cow Award for providing “A Better Way to Care.”

“Brice Brian is a great asset for our team. All employees and patients love him. His work is thorough, he is able to work independently, and he has great communication skills. He is overall a great employee. We love having him here. We appreciate all that he does to ensure the success of the patients and our team.” -Branch Director

Reflecting on His Journey

“I would like to thank my International Employee Supervisor, Jamie, and my previous Health Carousel Philippines Advisor, Marianne, for providing me with all the help to get my wife here with me in the United States in just under four months. Everything went smoothly and they also assisted in setting me up with their immigration attorneys to help us get green cards.”
Thank you to everyone from both the Health Carousel Philippines and PassportUSA offices. Everyone has been very helpful with everything from day one until my final work assignment day.

What’s next for Brice Brian?

Brice Brian cheerfully accepted a full-time offer with his Home Health facility. We know he will continue to exceed his employer’s and patients’ expectations. He and his wife are in love with their new life in America, and call the facility and location he ended up in “a tremendous blessing.” Brice Brian has settled in a location where he has access to the beautiful outdoors, and with the low cost of living he can save money to send back to his family. He is appreciative of all the people who have assisted with his transition, and calls everyone he has encountered on his journey “welcoming and very helpful.”

 

“A smile costs nothing, but gives a lot. It enriches those who receive it without making poorer those who give it.” -Brice Brian

Thank you Brice Brian! We wish you the best of luck.

If you are a registered nurse who wishes to live and work in the USA, simply apply with us today and we’ll help get your journey to the USA underway!

Apply for PassportUSA

Happily Ever After – Faith #ThankfulThursdays

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#ThankfulThursdays posts celebrate the career and personal achievements of our healthcare professionals who have reached the end of their temp-to-perm assignments at their assigned PassportUSA client healthcare organizations.

PassportUSA is honored to have employed Faith, a registered nurse, who has now reached the end of her temp-to-perm assignment.

While she was on assignment, Faith was able to save up enough money to purchase her family’s dream home, which is just a short commute away from work. Additionally, they adopted a Siberian Husky dog named “Spirit” for his spirited nature. With their new home with its picturesque backyard for Spirit to roam around in, Faith’s family is living the #AmericanDream!

“One hallmark of our successful integration to U.S. life here is living in our beautifully-built brick house. We are absolutely thrilled to own this property and Spirit so we can settle down in happiness.”

A Top Performer

Health Carousel Clinical Nursing Team presenting Faith the DAISY Award

Faith received a DAISY Award for going above and beyond her call of duty and she was nominated and voted by the entire OR department to win MVP of the Year for Perioperative Services. Faith has numerous other awards and praise from her colleagues for living the work values of teamwork, integrity, diversity, excellence, and safety.

In Faith’s final annual performance review, her facility’s Nurse Manager of Operations stated,

“Faith is an extremely professional and knowledgeable OR nurse and well-versed in eye surgery. She has integrated well onto our team and gets along well with everyone. Our surgeons and staff are very complimentary about her performance. She is flexible and helps out where needed and anticipates needs. Faith is a gem and we are lucky to have her.”

 

Reflecting on Her Journey

“I brought my two children and my husband here with me to the USA. My teenagers were raised culturally as Filipinos, although we raised them in the UK prior to coming here. They have integrated well with U.S. life; they excel well in school and made plenty of friends. I’m glad they are able to succeed here in the USA with the support of friends from our neighborhood and local church.”

I highly recommend PassportUSA because my experience and the support I received was all positive and there was never a time when my questions were not answered. The benefits PassportUSA offers are at the highest level when compared with the best employer in the state. Thank you PassportUSA for matching me with this facility because they recognize hard work and they listen and care for their employees. I am forever grateful for this opportunity.

I’d like to extend my full gratitude to these PassportUSA employees: Erica, who constantly followed up with me on all my immigration and licensing requirements, Kara, who helped me greatly and patiently with starting my professional and personal life here in the U.S., and Deirdre, who has been there for me through the end of my work assignment and for patiently answering my questions, and finally my facility and OR colleagues led by Candace. My colleagues have not only become my coworkers, but they became my work family. It is my honor and privilege to be one of their employees and to carry out my nursing career with them.”

What’s next for Faith?

Faith graciously accepted a full-time employment offer from the facility. We know she will continue to exceed her employer’s and patients’ expectations. She is happy to be working for a facility that listens and cares to its employees and recognizes her for hard work and dedication to patients. The family is looking forward to living the rest of their lives happily in the USA. With the support of her coworkers, her church, and family, Faith’s journey in America is just getting started!

 

“I am so happy with where we are and we will live here happily ever after.” -Faith

Thank you Faith! We wish you the best of luck.

If you are a registered nurse who wishes to live and work in the USA, simply apply with us today and we’ll help get your journey to the USA underway!

Apply for PassportUSA

Became a Successful Nurse in America – Consuelo #ThankfulThursdays

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#ThankfulThursdays posts celebrate the career and personal achievements of our healthcare professionals who have reached the end of their temp-to-perm assignments at their assigned PassportUSA client healthcare organizations.

PassportUSA is honored to have employed Consuelo, a registered nurse, who has now reached the end of her temp-to-perm assignment.

Consuelo has worked hard after coming to America, and she is now enjoying the rewards of her hard work. So far she has bought a car and is currently saving for her dream home. She loves her life in Texas, and calls it her “home away from home.” She has also been able to explore many beautiful locations around the United States, from the Golden Gate Bridge in California to the Statue of Liberty in New York!

While Consuelo was on assignment she received numerous performance awards and won the PassportUSA Nurse Employee of the Month contest. Her colleagues and managers were extremely impressed with her ability to learn quickly and treat all her patients with kindness and respect. With Consuelo’s bright future underway, she is happily looking forward to the rest of her family’s #AmericanDream.

A Top Performer

Consuelo received continuous praise from her nurse manager in her annual performance appraisals for her outstanding teamwork and service:

Consuelo won PassportUSA’s April 2017 Employee of the Month Contest!

Consuelo became familiar with the charting system and hospital quickly. She greatly improved on her nursing skills, she is friendly as can be, and provides admirable customer service skills. She’s a keeper!

She does well on the rehab unit and takes on new assignments that she continues to excel in.

And when Consuelo floats to other departments, she performs equally as well.

Reflecting on Her Journey

Here is what Consuelo had to share regarding her adventure:

My opportunity to live and work in the USA changed my family’s life. We are able to stay here and eventually become American citizens. I would like to thank my PassportUSA International Employee Supervisor, Ashley, for her marvelous work.

My time with PassportUSA went very smooth and I was able to overcome hardships and struggles that I would’ve otherwise not been able to in my previous country. Ashley encouraged me to achieve prestigious performance awards because of her endless support and guidance to me.

PassportUSA made my #AmericanDream into a reality. I learned so much on how to become a successful nurse here in America and I will remember PassportUSA for the rest of my nursing career. Thank you!

What’s next for Consuelo?

Consuelo plans to stay on in her role as an RN as a direct employee of the inpatient rehab facility. She tells us that it will be her “home base for the rest of her nursing career.” We know she will continue to exceed her employer’s and patients’ expectations.

Thank you Consuelo! We wish you the best of luck.

If you are a registered nurse who wishes to live and work in the USA, simply apply with us today and we’ll help get your journey to the USA underway!

Apply for PassportUSA

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