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What Does It Mean to Be a Thornbury Nurse?

Working as a per diem nurse can be a rewarding way to share your talents and passions. As a per diem nurse, you are able to work in the clinical settings where you are most comfortable while enjoying the flexibility of working the shifts that suit you best. Per diem nurses play an important role in supporting their fellow nurses when staffing shortages arise and ensuring patients receive the highest quality of care.

For our nurses, it isn’t just about working as a per diem nurse – it’s about working as a Thornbury nurse. So, what does that mean?

Flexible. Compassionate. Specialized.
Always going the extra mile to make patients comfortable.

Collaborative. Adaptable. Open-minded.
Supporting fellow nurses when they need you most.

Invested. Understanding. Accessible.
Filling short-term gaps so leadership can maintain focus on their chief priorities.

Continuing a 35-year legacy of excellence.
Providing invaluable support to hospitals and other clinical facilities.

That’s a Thornbury Nurse.

Hospitals, nursing homes and other clinical facilities rely on Thornbury nurses to provide the highest quality of specialized care on short-notice. Whether a facility is looking for nurses to cover staff vacations or to support them when faced with an unexpected surge of patients, Thornbury nurses respond promptly, bringing with them years of experience working in some of New York’s finest medical facilities.

As a trusted provider of nurses throughout New York, we are always looking for local nurses to join our talent pool. Thornbury Nursing Services is currently seeking highly specialized nurses. If you’re always willing to go the extra mile to make patients comfortable , please reach out!
Reach Trechell on 646-779-7960
Reach Kawana on 646-779-7958

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