On Assignment, Inc. (NYSE: ASGN), a leading global provider of diversified professional staffing solutions, announced today that it has rebranded its travel nursing division under the name OA Nurse Travel.
“The On Assignment name carries with it a great history and we didn’t want to lose that, but we did want to simplify the Nurse Travel brand for our clients and nurses,” said Katie Hoffman-Abby, President, OA Nurse Travel.
“This change was made as an evolution of our existing brand, shifting the focus of our name to the core of what we do every day and the industry we serve. Our team remains dedicated to providing our clients with nurses that exceed their expectations and our nurses with outstanding career opportunities,” continued Hoffman-Abby.
OA Nurse Travel places highly skilled nurses in short- and long-term travel opportunities in a variety of medical facilities across the country. Our nurses are Joint Commission Certified and recruited nationwide for both rapid response and traditional travel assignments. With our specialized staffing approach, each profile is reviewed by an RN before it is submitted to help ensure the right match for every placement.
About On Assignment
On Assignment, Inc. (NYSE: ASGN), is a leading global provider of in-demand, skilled professionals in the growing technology, healthcare, and life sciences sectors, where quality people are the key to success. We provide short- and long-term placement of contract, contract-to-hire, and direct hire professionals. With nearly three decades of experience, On Assignment focuses on positions that advance our clients’ competitive advantage while remaining the employer of choice for professionals at various stages in their career.
On Assignment was founded in 1985 and went public in 1992. The corporate headquarters are located in Calabasas, California, with a network of approximately 130 branch offices throughout the United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Netherlands, Ireland, and Belgium. Additionally, physician placements are made in Australia and New Zealand. To learn more, visit