Who qualifies to be a travel nurse with New Healthcare Professionals?
Travel nursing opportunities are opened to Registered Nurses, Licensed Practical Nurses and Surgical Technologists who have at least a year of clinical experience in a hospital setting.
What is the length of each assignment?
Assignments last between 8 and 26 weeks but on average most contracts are for 13 weeks. Often times there is the option to renew the contract if you want to stay longer. This especially beneficial if you like the particular city in which you are working.
Will I like all my assignments?
There is no guarantee that every assignment will be ideal but our recruitment process ensures that all our candidates are professional and hence will be able to adapt to the specific environment.
Will my family be able to accompany me?
Definitely. In fact, this a great way for you and your family to travel together. Your pets are welcome in most cases, just check to see if the accommodations are pet friendly. Though you might have to pay an additionally for housing but there are ways to reduce that cost.
Can I pick my city?
The preferred destination may not immediately be available, but there are still many great travel opportunities until your preferred city is available. But frequently you will always be able to choose your destination.
What’s the pay like?
New Healthcare Professionals compensation package varies based on skill level, specialty, and the particular state. Travel nursing is in high demand which guarantees an above average renumeration so New Healthcare Professionals will pay accordingly. Additionally, we will pay for your housing while on assignment. We also, have great bonus programs and provide retirement, medical, and dental benefits
What about benefits like vacation and health insurance?
New Healthcare Professionals offer both health insurance and retirement with matching. We only require that you take no more than 30 days off to maintain your health insurance. If you have to take off for extended periods it is recommended that you obtain your own health insurance.
We do not offer Paid Time-Off or short-term disability. We recommend that you also obtain some type of accident insurance so that you have some income coming in if you are unable to work.
Who pays for all of my living expenses?
New Healthcare Professionals will pay for your housing, furnish it, set up your utilities and pay the monthly bill. Cable and internet access would have to be done at your own expense. There is also the option of taking the housing stipend and finding your own place to stay. If this is the case then all of the living expenses are your responsibility.