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Now Come Do It With Us, While Seeing The Country!

Nursing is a calling, a passion for those who genuinely have a desire to help those in need. You see it, you know it, you live it, and to no surprise to anyone, you have quite the knack for it! So why not take your passion and your talents on the road? There certainly are benefits. You get to do continue doing a job that you love, feel fulfilled at the end of each day knowing you made an impact in people's lives, explore new cities and spaces, and (drum roll...please), you make some pretty great bank. Travel nursing presents opportunities for the compassionate, adventure seekers out there who love people, and love what they do for a living. Does this describe you? Then why not live and work in exciting locations and get paid to do it? Let's go! It's time to choose your next adventure. 


We're So Glad You Asked!

Travel nursing is a fantastic career option for those who want to experience new and exciting locations, receive on-the-job training in various nursing specializations while helping staff hospitals and facilities (...and again, while making great money!). In essence, you’ll have the opportunity to team up with other high-performing healthcare professionals to sharpen your skills, increasing your marketability and talents, which leads to better job opportunities in the future. As a travel nurse, you:

  • Evaluate and record patient symptoms

  • Help doctors during exams and surgeries

  • Dress wounds and incisions

  • Administer medication and monitor patients’ needs

  • Monitor and report patients’ symptoms and medical histories

  • Perform diagnostic tests and analyze results

  • Assist with patient rehab

  • Teach patients about self-care and healthy habits

  • Lab work

  • Review patient treatment plans and measure progress

  • Act in a supervisor capacity

Nursing Specialities
Behavioral Health
Med Surg
Nurse Manager
Infusion RN
Case Management
Endoscopy RN



Simply put? We give you the power to determine your own level of personal, and financial success! Work where you want to, when you want to, while receiving great pay based on experience and value! Where will your next adventure take you? Seize the moment, seize the day!  

Travel Nursing Gigs: Advantages & Perks

Fantastic Pay
Per diem
Road Warrior
Continuing Education

Travel nurses are the backbone of medical traveling...and we feel that your pay should reflect that! We also believe in pay transparency so you'll know exactly what you'll be bringing in! 

Our travel nurses can qualify for a weekly, tax-free per diem that can help cover things like: the cost of moving, transportation, meals, and other expenses.
Travel around to exciting new locations, doing what you love? Yeah, sign me up! Check out new places while meeting new faces! It's not just a job, it's a lifestyle!

Continue to grow and learn in your nursing career in new locations, in new specialties! Increased education and experience makes you more marketable and more likely for better, more lucrative opportunities in the future! 

Travel Nursing Gigs: FAQ's

Can Anyone Become a Travel Nurse?

We recommend that Travel Nurses have 12-18 months of hospital-based RN experience in their field. Depending on the specialty or the specific requirements of the facility, the required job experience could be longer.

Which Nursing Jobs Pay The Best?

Generally, the travel nursing jobs highest in-demand are: Cardiac Cath Lab, ICUs, Emergency Rooms, and Operating Rooms. These positions require highly specialized training, knowledge, and experience.  Resurgence Healthcare Solutions provides weekly pay estimates for most travel nursing jobs we have available.

Are There Travel Nursing Jobs In My Area?

Yes, there usually is; however, most hospitals will have radius restrictions excluding local travelers from applying there. There are also per diem guidelines that go into place. Local travel nursing jobs can be tedious to locate, so if you are looking at staying within an hour radius, a PRN option might be the best fit for you. Make sure you reach out to a recruiter for more resources and specifics.

How Long Is The Typical Travel Assignment?

The typical travel nursing assignment is thirteen weeks, but anything between eight and twenty-six weeks is common. Hospitals often offer to renew your contract, too, which is called an extension assignment. Extension offers are usually made in the last 3 to 5 weeks of your assignment, but if you’re interested in staying on longer, you should reach out to your recruiter.

What Are The Benefits Of Traveling For My Nursing Career? 

Travel nursing jobs are beneficial because it exposes you to different regional nursing procedures and patient populations, innovations in medical technology and protocol, provide the opportunity to explore new specialties, and gain experience learning a new clinical environment quickly.

How Do Your Travel Nursing Packages Work?

Nurses are paid a taxable hourly rate and then given a tax-free stipend for food and housing (when applicable). Typically, nurses will take around $20 per hour taxable to maximize those stipends, but we are able to mix and match pay a number of different ways. Pay packages will always look different depending on the specialty and location that you are working.
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