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International Nurses Medical Technologists Understand Us Healthcare Contract Before Signing
Understanding your U.S. healthcare employment contract

​Receiving an offer for a new job, such as to work as a registered nurse or medical technologist in the United States, can be extremely exciting. Before signing a contract, it’s important to fully ...

Our Experts Help International Nurses And Medical Technologists To Find Exciting Careers In The USA
Conexus team spotlight: Bryony Humphries

​​We have a fantastic team of people at Conexus MedStaff! Whether we’re working behind the scenes, over the phone or face-to-face with our nurses and medical technologists, we all have one thing in...

International nurse and medical technologist success stories with Conexus MedStaff
U.S. nurse Shavia’s story: professional growth and financial stability in the U.S.

​Conexus MedStaff works closely with each of our registered nurses and medical technologists to help them build a life they’ll love in the U.S. Shavia, a nurse from Jamaica, is one example of how o...

U.S. cost of living comparison for international healthcare professionals – Louisville vs Bowling Green KY
Cost of living comparison: Louisville vs Bowling Green, KY

​​Choosing where to work and live in the U.S. is a big decision. We’re here to help guide you through the process of selecting where to set down roots, so that you can get off to the best possible ...

Conexus Expert Interview - sharing advice for international registered nurses and medical technologists who want to move to the USA
Build your English language confidence with Conexus MedStaff

​Proven English fluency is an essential component of obtaining a U.S. visa as an international registered nurse or medical technologist. As a leading employer of international healthcare profession...

Conexus MedStaff Location Spotlight for international RNs and medical technologists
We appreciate that each international RN has unique preferences and job goals.
Self Study English Language For International Registered Nurses And Medical Technologists
Conexus expert interview - USA RN career paths
US H-1B visa lottery - what happens next
What happens after the H-1B visa lottery?

​As an international registered nurse or medical technologist, the H-1B visa lottery offers a fast route to working in the U.S. While the ultimate outcome of being entered into the lottery is to be...

Blog  Headers   February 2024
Understanding F1 to Green Card: A Step-by-Step Immigration Guide

As an international nursing graduate, securing Green Card visa sponsorship is the key to launching your long-term career in the U.S. In this step-by-step immigration guide tailored for nursing stud...

Team Spotlight
Conexus team spotlight: Jen Jones

​We have a fantastic team of people at Conexus MedStaff! Whether we’re working behind the scenes, over the phone or face-to-face with our nurses and medical technologists, we all have one thing in ...

Blog  Headers   February 2024
Patient Safety Awareness Week - How Conexus Academy helps international healthcare professionals deliver better patient care

​Patient Safety Awareness Week (March 10-16 in 2024) is a yearly observance intended to promote the importance of healthcare safety and patient well-being. According to the World Health Organizatio...

United States immigration update for international registered nurses and medical technologists
April 2024 Visa Bulletin: Good news for nurses and medical technologists

​The Visa Bulletin for April 2024 has been released by the U.S. Department of State. There is positive movement to share for many international registered nurses and medical technologists who plan ...

Renting vs buying a car: advice for international healthcare professionals in the United States
Pros and cons of renting vs. buying a car in the U.S.

​One of the biggest decisions you may face after moving to the United States as an international nurse or medical technologist is whether to rent or buy a car. While public transportation is genera...

Building a US credit history for international registered nurses and medical technologists
Dealing with burnout as an international healthcare professional in the U.S.
U.S. cost of living comparison for international healthcare professionals – Gastonia, NC vs Atlanta, GA
Cost of living comparison: Odessa vs Dallas, TX

​Choosing where to work and live in the U.S. is a big decision. We’re here to help guide you through the process of selecting where to set down roots, so that you can get off to the best possible s...