Traveler of the Quarter: Monica Fitting

Congratulations to our 2023 Q3 Traveler of the Quarter – Monica!

We are thrilled to announce the winner of our Q3 2023 Traveler of the Quarter award – Monica Fitting. Monica, a Respiratory Therapist hailing from the heart of Texas, San Benito, is not only a seasoned travel RT, but also a true embodiment of commitment and passion in the world of Respiratory Therapy.

Monica started as traveling RT three years ago with her first travel assignment in San Antonio, Texas. What makes Monica stand out is not only her love for travel but also the remarkable impact she has had on the facilities and patients she serves. During her current assignment, she was not nominated for a facility award once but twice, showing the quality of care she provides.

Monica has continued to impress by showing unwavering commitment to her job and genuine care for both her patients and the hospital team she works with. Remarkably, this is her eighth assignment at the same facility since she first joined in 2021. The fact that she is repeatedly requested by name when staffing support is needed is a testament to the trust and confidence her colleagues place in her abilities.

Congratulations on this well-deserved recognition, and we look forward to witnessing the continued positive impact you’ll undoubtedly make in the world of travel Respiratory Therapy!

All About Monica

Name or Nickname (if any): Mon, Moni, RT šŸ˜

Hometown: San Benito, Texas

How long have you been traveling for? I have been a therapist for 13 years and I’ve worked as a travel RT for 3 years now.

Where did you take your first travel assignment? My first assignment was in San Antonio, TX šŸ’œ

Best thing about travel Respiratory Therapy? The best things about being a travel RT are that I have met some of the most caring, kind, and supportive coworkers. This experience has given me the ability to broaden my knowledge of Respiratory Therapy. More importantly I give all the glory to God for giving me all the strength I need to be an asset to my patient’s care.