You can find Trusted's official COVID-19 response and action plan here. Our plan includes the ways in which we're supporting Trusted Nurses on assignment during this pandemic as well as sharing general coronavirus resources.Read Plan
All Trusted nurses have access to third-party services for mental health and self-care through Magellan EAP. Find out what you need in order to claim these benefits.Learn More
We have curated a list of all available COVID-19 jobs on our marketplace. If you're looking to help out on the front lines, we can help get you there. Check out the open COVID-19 jobs available now.View Jobs
Check out the brands like High Brew Coffee that have generously partnered with Trusted to get discounted food and coffee into the hands of our nurses and the wider healthcare community.See More
For centuries nurses, doctors and healthcare workers have been stepping up in times of crisis. When everyone else is instructed to go home, lock their doors and wait for instructions, the healthcare community has stepped up, and walked straight into the jaws of the threat. The COVID-19 pandemic is no different.
This certainly isn’t the first pandemic to come across our path and likely won’t be the last either. But time and again we are seeing the bravery, self-sacrifice, and strength of our healthcare community. We stepped up before, and now we are stepping up again.
We’re asking our Trusted community -- and the healthcare community at large -- to share your response using the hashtag #StepUpNotBack.
I #stepupnotback because my babies (patients) need me. I was born a healer and purposefully picked a career dedicated to healing. It is innate, it is in my blood, and it is my purpose. If I don’t do it, who will? This goes for all healthcare workers. We #stepupnotback because we are born healers.
I have never been more proud to be a nurse and to have answered the call to nursing. I #stepupnotback for all the healthcare workers who are unable to come to work, for the family members who can’t sit at the bedside with their loved ones, and for my patients fighting their oncologic diagnosis.
I've been a NICU nurse for over 6 years and my priority has always been protecting and caring for babies! I continue to #stepupnotback in times like these to safeguard and nurture patients who don't have the ability to protect or advocate for themselves.
I never pictured myself being a "frontline worker" during a pandemic...I'm an L&D nurse and that description seems to fit more with those adrenaline junkie ED/trauma type nurses. However, here we are at the beginning of one and my co-workers and I are preparing for the inevitable COVID-19 positive labor patient we will undoubtedly care for. There is so much negativity and fear taking over social media it is easy to lose sight...however, I remind myself of my mission and purpose and am committed to #stepupnotback to bring some good joyful and positive vibes to the labor room to support the new parents and babies go through this!
Why do I #stepupnotback to the front lines of the COVID pandemic? The reason for me is pretty simple: my work family. Stepping up to the front line with the people who have my back the most, in a novel type of war none of us signed up for, is one of the easiest decisions I've had to make. Together, and only together, can we fight and overcome this pandemic. Stepping up is not an option for healthcare workers: it is necessary. #stepupnotback #trustedhealth #themodernnurse #COVID19 #washyahands
I’m happy to step up, I can’t honestly imagine not doing it. This is who I am, this is why my specialty is ER. I became a nurse to take care of people in their scariest moments. I just didn’t imagine that I would ever be right there with them in the uncertainty and doubt. None of us ever thought we’d be nursing in an unknown pandemic, but I’m here and I’m ready to work. #stepupnotback