Ask a Travel Nurse Question: Do you have a list of options that you make sure you spell out on a contract, sort of a guide or checklist to follow to make sure that all your needs, issues and concerns are spelled out within your contract? Ask a Travel Nurse Answer: The things that you […]
Archive for November, 2007
Here is the link to our Press Release about the allied health shortage and explanation of why we have created a dediated travel Allied Division. We have always placed techs, but now we will have Recruiters and Client Managers who specialize in it.Â
Time to think about housing. Not all travel nursing companies offer private housing, so make sure you find out early on in the travel nursing process. What you want is fully furnished and paid and private housing. After a long day at the hospital the last thing you want to deal with is a roommate […]
Determine who you want to travel with. Do you want to take your spouse or significant other? Are your kids coming with you? Do you want to travel with another nurse? What about pets? Each of these options present their own challenges and questions that I will look at further down the list.
Figure out how long you want to work on a travel nursing assignment. Most travel nursing jobs last 13 weeks, but this is not necessarily always the case. Some assignments can be either shorter or longer depending on the hospital’s needs, so make sure you know if you are willing to be away from home that […]