Travel nursing can be quite tempting, as jobs are readily available in exciting cities like San
Francisco, Denver, and Seattle, and in world-class tourist destinations like Hawaii and Miami Beach. Travelers can explore the sites and sounds of Fisherman’s Wharf in San Francisco on one assignment, then ski Tahoe, sail San Diego or vacation in Disney on the next. Job postings remain open at top-rated teaching hospitals, quaint rural facilities, and out-patient care centers everywhere.
"When choosing a travel nurse agency; outstanding client support, high salaries, and private housing
should be at the top of everyone's list," said Bok. "Although many firms offer similar compensation and benefits, American Traveler’s level of 24/7 support is unsurpassed and our pay among the highest in the U.S.
American Traveler corporate-style compensation includes free health insurance, free CEUs, free private housing, bonuses, and more. The Gold Seal Approved, The Joint Commission Certified healthcare staffing firm is recognized industry-wide for outstanding client service and attention to detail.
“Travel Nurses get all the great perks without permanent position hassles,” said Clinical Coordinator, Jenny Schuler-Kornsuwan RN. “For example, travelers often get to choose their own hours, take advantage of shift differentials and overtime, and even get paid during times of low census.”
Travel nurses improve nurse/patient ratios and are integral in maintaining high quality patient care. They lessen the workload for administrators and often improve nurse retention through job satisfaction. With American Traveler, nurses can bring along their spouse, children, pets, or significant other on assignment, ensuring greater mobility and personal fulfillment.