Thankful for Team Triage

This year, we’re especially thankful for all the Triage travelers who continue to put their trust in us. It’s an honor and we don’t take it lightly. Happy Thanksgiving, friends.

Our travelers also have plenty to be thankful for. We asked in our Team Triage Facebook group and here’s what a few of them said.

Cheryl: Thankful to be with Triage! Thankful for Austin Childress for being an amazing recruiter these last two years!!

Jeannine: It’s not unique, but I cherish it. My mom, my sisters, and I bake pies every year. It’s called Pie Day, and we hold it the Wednesday before Thanksgiving. Well, I haven’t been able to be present the last several years due to work.

My parents came up here to Virginia this past weekend to visit, and my mom and I did Pie Day here while I’m on assignment. She’s bringing the pies we made home for Thanksgiving in her RV fridge to FL. We used fresh-picked apples from an orchard here in VA. Florida has great citrus, but their apples are just not the same. My mom grew up on an orchard. She loved the fresh apples!
Marina: Grateful for the overall assistance and hard works rendered by Ms Trisha Glenn and the team, who relentlessly followed up and made phone calls so I can start travel employment on time.
Steve: Thankful for my family and friends!
Emily: I’m thankful for the ability to travel and the chance to work, while seeing different parts of the country. This year, I’m especially thankful for a warm weather assignment in November!
Chris: This year, I’ll be home for the holidays, taking some time off for the first time in a few years. I can’t wait to do all the holiday things with my family.
Michelle: Pecan pie, pumpkin pie, apple pie. I’m thankful for pie (and planning at least one piece of each this year).

To our travelers, internal staff, partners and everyone else who impacts Team Triage on a daily basis, happy Thanksgiving. To our travelers working this holiday, we see you and hope you get your fill of turkey after your shift.

Gobble, gobble friends.