Travel Nurse RN - Med/Surg - $1,590 to $1,739 / week

  • Job Reference: 1353503023-2
  • Date Posted: 10 June 2024
  • Recruiter: TravelNurseSource
  • Location: Fayetteville, Arkansas
  • Salary: On Application

Job Description

TravelNurseSource is working with Host Healthcare to find a qualified Med/Surg RN in Springdale, Arkansas, 72764!

Pay Information
$1,590 to $1,739 per week

About The Position
Host Healthcare is an award-winning travel healthcare company with an immediate opening for this Registered Nurse - Medical-Surgical in Springdale, AR.

Why Choose Host Healthcare?
Passionate and transparent team members have made Host Healthcare the agency of choice for new and experienced travelers looking for opportunities far away and close to home. Starting the day you apply, we'll help you navigate each step of the process. Our recruiters act not only as your dedicated travel career mentor but also become your number one advocate. When you work with us, you can trust that we will help you with everything from travel, to housing, and acting as the liaison between you and the facility.

Travel Happy With Host Healthcare!
Host Healthcare offers amazing benefits and perks.
  • We offer the best pay for our travelers.
  • Day one medical, dental and vision insurance.
  • License, travel, tuition, and scrub reimbursement.
  • Matching 401k.
  • Deluxe private housing or generous housing stipend.
  • Discounts to your favorite activities, restaurants, health & beauty, shopping, and hotels.
We are committed to provide unparalleled service and we will do whatever we can to ensure your assignment is as pleasant as possible.

We are an equal opportunity employer. All applicants will be considered for employment without attention to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, veteran, or disability status.

If you are interested in this position, please contact your recruiter and reference Job #1864215

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5 Benefits of Travel Nursing
  1. Advocating for patients becomes more nuanced when dealing with diverse populations. Travel nursing exposes you to different patient advocacy scenarios, refining your advocacy skills.
  2. Connect with healthcare professionals nationwide, expanding your professional network. These connections can open doors to new career opportunities, collaborations, and lifelong friendships within the healthcare community.
  3. Different healthcare facilities may have varying levels of technological advancements. Working in diverse settings exposes you to a range of medical technologies, contributing to your technological literacy.
  4. Travel nurses may find themselves in challenging situations that require effective crisis management. This experience can be valuable in emergency healthcare settings and disaster response teams.
  5. Travel nursing assignments often take you to areas with healthcare shortages. Your presence in these communities contributes to filling critical gaps in healthcare services.