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Sympatico may be a newer agency, but we have years of experience with travel nursing and healthcare. Let us show you how amazing travel nursing can be!

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We All Deserve a Job That Gives us Freedom

Nursing agencies are one of the biggest #trends in helping fill the current healthcare staffing shortage. Even in pre-pandemic times, there was a known shortage of healthcare workers in remote areas, and even in larger cities. The opportunities for travel healthcare professionals have never been so vast! Whether wanting to travel for life experience, career development, or simply for a more competitive wage; travel healthcare has become not only an opportunity for nurses, but also an area of opportunity for any healthcare professional.

Because Being a Nurse is More Than a Job – It’s a Way of Life

The Sympatico advantage is that we will advocate for our staff to help achieve memorable travel experiences and comfortable living situations. Our easy to use online platform and employee portal is readily available for staff to ease the assignment placement process. We provide unique bonus incentives to staff working the equivalent to full time and our approach reveals to our team that we advocate for, and take pride in our staff.

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The Faces of Sympatico Medical Solutions

Administration/Travel Specialist

Angie Jurista

I have been working in healthcare since 2014 as a Nursing Unit Clerk on various units and in Medical Imaging as a scheduler.

I have been working in healthcare since 2014 as a Nursing Unit Clerk on various units and in Medical Imaging as a scheduler. I love working in a high pace environment and with many different people. My experience has been a perfect set up for Sympatico Medical Solutions.

I work remotely in Prince George, BC, and take full advantage of the northern lifestyle. Summer means lake time, mountain biking, kayaking, golf, hiking, and more. Winter means skiing/snowboarding, skating, snowshoe hiking, cross country skiing, hockey games, watching the northern lights, and everything else you can do in the snow!

Sympatico Med has so much to offer and I am here to take care of everything you need to get started with us, including how to prepare for your travel experience, supporting you while you are out on contract, and answering any questions about your next contract. I even help with the fun stuff like documentation and tax forms!

Let’s chat! I can even give you ideas on how to make the most of your experience!

Clinical Support/Team Specialist

Kim Kidson

I started working in healthcare as a Care Aide while attending nursing school, I graduated as an LPN in 2014.

I started working in healthcare as a Care Aide while attending nursing school, I graduated as an LPN in 2014. I have worked across a wide range of clinical settings, including Med/Surg float, home support supervisor, and Clinical Instructor for LPN students, and then onto exploring the world of travel nursing. My previous experience has provided me with first hand knowledge of contract placements, travel, accommodations and leadership.

I currently live on Vancouver Island and am a practicing LPN. I am passionate about helping like-minded healthcare professionals make memories to last and achieve the career opportunities that are ideal for them. I tend to pursue contracts full of adventure and excitement. Whether the day brings whale watching, kayaking on the west coast, skiing in the Rockies, or watching the northern lights; each day is a day to remember. At Sympatico Med we cheer for people, we believe there is enough sun for everyone.

We recognize the importance of balance between work and lifestyle. We are here to offer you support and guidance through all steps from recruitment, to securing contracts, and additional support while on assignment. Sympatico Med is the perfect opportunity to have the life and career you don’t need a vacation from.

Administrative Assistant


I grew up in Prince George, BC, the Northern Capital of British Columbia and then relocated to Hope BC where I raised my family and started my career in healthcare.

I began my career in healthcare working as a Care Aide in the Fraser Valley in BC enjoying the hand on aspect of the job for almost 20 years. I then decided to make a change and obtained my Unit Clerk Certificate, so I could experience a different side of healthcare. While working in this role I was able to gain experience in a multitude of different departments within the hospital setting as well as in long term care where I had spent so many years on the floor as an HCA.

I have now moved back to Prince George where I have worked at the hospital locally in Medical Imaging Bookings. In my spare time I enjoy spending time with my family and friends going to the gym, camping, lake days, kayaking, snowshoeing, and all the many activities the North has to offer.

I have recently come on with Sympatico Medical Solutions as the Administrative Assistant, where I am looking forward to learning and challenging myself in a new role. I am grateful to be working with such a wonderful team of people and am excited to be a part of such a fast growing professional company. I encourage everyone to reach out with any questions and I will do my best to help in any way I can. If I don’t have the answers, I will be sure to put you in touch with the right team member to assist with your needs.

RN Clinical Support/Team Ambassador


I grew up right on Lake Superior in Thunder Bay, Ontario and later moved to Winnipeg, Manitoba then Southern Manitoba. I came back to Thunder Bay for university where I graduated with my BScN in 2016.

I started my RN career as a surgical nurse at a large regional facility and became a surgical float. After becoming burnt out and seeking a change, I discovered the beautiful world of travel nursing and took the plunge in Fall of 2018. I’ve worked in Northern Alberta, Muskoka, Ontario and many places in British Columbia. Travel nursing was exactly what I needed to explore the country, experience numerous different facilities and grow as an individual and as a nurse. I wrote a blog during all my travels (thetalesofhales.com) and documented every assignment along the way!

When the pandemic hit, I returned home to my partner (now husband!), we bought a house, and I settled down into a new life as a tele-triage nurse for a couple of years. Working from home was great during the pandemic (and for training our two golden retriever puppies Sophie & Elliott!), but I ended up craving social interaction. I began my Masters of Nursing part time to become a Nurse Practitioner, started working as an Occupational Health & Safety nurse for a private company and also jumped onboard with Team Sympatico as Team Ambassador & Clinical Support! Travel nursing has my heart and I’m incredibly lucky to still be involved with it even though I’m in a different place in my life now! I love being busy and juggling all the moving parts of my life. And I LOVE sharing my obsession of travel nursing with everyone be it via social media, clinical interviews, or clinical support. It’s the best decision you’ll ever make for yourself. I highly recommend you step outside your comfort zone and take the leap…you won’t regret it!”

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We require provincial licensing, 2 years post graduate work experience, current BLS and applicable specialty certificates ACLS and PALS for rural assignments.

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