Travel Nursing is more than just an adventure.
As a dedicated travel nursing employment agency, we work with a lot of nurses like you. Visiting different places and meeting new people is exciting, but for a nurse taking care of people is always job one. Because of the dedication, skill and experience of travel nurses, patients who have little access to care can get treatment, hospitals can have access to specialized nurses, overworked staff nurses get a little breathing room.
As a travel nursing job placement agency, our job is to take care of you, so you can care for your patients.
You can work almost anywhere. We want you to know how valued and appreciated you are. That’s why our recruiters take the time to get to know you — your career goals, your skill and experience, and your immediate needs — allowing us to find jobs that fit you. Our experienced travel nurse recruiters will guide you through the process of applying, interviewing, credentialing, and getting to you assignments. Your recruiter is always there for you as a single point of contact to manage your housing, payroll, credentialing and benefits.
Why work for GHR Travel Nursing? That’s easy:
Everything we do is designed to make you happy, successful and fulfilled:
- Choose a location that works best for you
- Find travel nursing career opportunities that align with your interests, specialization and career goals
- Work 13-26 week assignments
- Customize your compensation package to your needs and preference
- Earn the recognition and pay you deserve
- Access comprehensive benefits
- Build your experience and advance your career
- You will have a dedicated recruiter, who will be with you at every step of the onboarding process, and throughout each and every assignment
Make a difference in the lives of the clients you work with every day.
Join a team that cares about you – so you can care for others.
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