With the COVID-19 pandemic sweeping the country and world, those in and beyond the medical sector are realizing how crucial trained, professional nurses are to maintaining care facilities and providing care to those in need. To help nurses traveling across the country now, and in the future, Nursesbnb offers an easy to use platform where nurses and other healthcare professionals can find suitable housing near the hospitals where they are working. —
"There's no question that healthcare professionals are essential to our existence," stated Nursesbnb's founder, Keisha Manning. "Our mission is to eliminate the problem healthcare professionals face when searching for a short term rental. With our services, we have helped some avoid having to abandon their assignment or even sleep in their vehicle."
There are more than 500K traveling healthcare professionals working in the U.S. alone and 80% of these workers are women. They are crucial to the livelihood of anyone who needs medical care, yet doesn't have access to the housing solutions needed. With the Travel Nurse Housing services provided by Nursesbnb, all this is set to change.
"We want to encourage you to donate to our latest Crowdfunding campaign or to Become a host for our essential healthcare workers. We have been working to create a community of hosts throughout the country and through Canada. These are the people that traveling healthcare workers can count on to provide them with a Short term rental or housing option while they are providing essential healthcare services in the area," continued Manning.
For anyone interested in donating to the crowdfunding campaign or in becoming a host, reach out via the Nursesbnb website or donate via the established campaign page. With the need for essential workers in the healthcare industry growing now and in the foreseeable future, now is the time to give back to these life-saving individuals.
Nursesbnb is a platform that helps traveling healthcare professionals to book a space while traveling for work. The company operates in the USA and Canada. Nursesbnb was started by Keisha Manning, a Registered Nurse who witnessed her colleague having to sleep in His car due to rejection from Airbnb's and hotels in the area, he quit the assignment after working 3 nights. Keisha started her company a couple of months after to help other healthcare professionals who experience the same problem.
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