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Healthcare Travel Nurse
Being a healthcare travel nurse is like embarking on a thrilling adventure with a stethoscope as your compass and a suitcase full of scrubs as your gear. You’re a healthcare hero by day, tending to patients in new and exciting locations, and by night, you’re an explorer, uncovering the hidden gems of each city.
Navigating Travel Nursing
Travel nursing, the exciting and dynamic field within the healthcare industry, offers a unique blend of professional growth and personal adventure. As healthcare providers continue to experience shortages and fluctuations in demand, the role of the travel nurse becomes increasingly essential.
Navigating the staffing industry as a travel nurse is a fantastic journey. Most nurses can begin traveling after roughly two years of experience before they jump into short-term assignments. These assignments typically last between 13 and 26 weeks, though they can be shorter or longer depending on the need. As a travel nurse, you get the opportunity to experience different settings in a variety of locations nationwide!
Who do we staff
Currently, CrossMed is looking to staff RNs across the country in the following modalities: Case Management, Certified First Assist, CVOR, Director of Nursing, Dialysis, Endoscopy RN, ER, Hospice, House Supervisor, ICU, Infection Control, Infusion RN, L&D, LTAC, MedSurg, NICU, Nurse Manager, OB Techs, Oncology, OR RNs, OR Techs, PACU, Pediatric ER, Pediatric ICU, Pediatric OR, Pediatric RNs, Postpartum RNs, PreOp RNs, Psychiatric RNs, Rehab, Clinic Setting RNs, Urgent Care RNs, Sterile Processing Techs, SurgTechs and Tele/Stepdown/PCU RNs.
Perks of healthcare travel
Travel nursing is more than just a job; it’s an adventure that combines professional growth, financial rewards, and a chance to explore nationwide. Check out the amazing perks of being a healthcare traveler!
One of the most enticing aspects of travel nursing is exploring new places. Whether you’ve dreamed of strolling along California’s coastline, experiencing the vibrant culture of New Orleans, or enjoying the tranquility of a rural setting, travel nursing can take you there.
Travel nurses receive higher pay rates than their permanent counterparts, including benefits like housing stipends, travel allowances, and bonuses. This financial flexibility allows for significant savings or the ability to pay off student loans faster.
Working in diverse healthcare environments exposes travel nurses to various clinical experiences. This can enhance their skills and make them more adaptable healthcare professionals. Additionally, it looks impressive on a resume and can lead to permanent positions or higher-paying assignments.
Travel nurses can choose when and where they work, offering unparalleled career flexibility. This flexibility allows for a better work-life balance and more control over your life.
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