Did you know you can take your skills and experience on the road as a travel social worker? While nursing and Allied Health travel opportunities have been among the healthcare staffing options for years, travel social worker jobs are relatively new. The high demand for social workers stems from hospitals struggling to fill positions as
Learning and Expanding Your Skills Marcella W. was always interested in the body and bones. Or, as she puts it, “The blood and guts.” While attending community college, she worked at a physical therapist’s office. During that time, she started to wonder about surgery. What happens in a patient’s healthcare experience before they get to
Making the Five-Year Plan Work First-time IR Tech traveler Brooke G. knows her way around a healthcare facility. She began her career in housekeeping at ProMedica in her hometown of Toledo, OH. While at ProMedica, she decided to go to X-ray school and looked forward to doing hands-on work with patients and learning more by
Getting Where You Want to Be What can be better than relaxing on the beach with your dog? That’s where travel Certified Surgical Technologist Katelyn B. is right now, and she couldn’t be happier. “If you want to live your best life with your dog, on the beach in California in the middle of winter,
TaleMed Allied Health recruiter Sarah Maxwell loved being a Rad Tech. As a Rad Tech, she could combine her interest in diagnostics with being a people person. After earning an Associate’s degree in Radiology at Shawnee State University, she worked for more than five years at Highland District Hospital in her hometown of Hillsboro, Ohio.
In our increasingly mobile world, changes to medicine and education and the increasing demand for travel healthcare has generated a need for professionals to be able to practice across multiple states with minimal constraints. The result? Interstate licensure compacts for physicians, nurses and physical therapists. On April 25, 2017 the Federation of State Boards of
TaleMed specializes in placing travel healthcare professionals all across the United States. We’ve recently placed more focus on allied health professionals. Distinct from nursing, there are over 1 million allied health professionals currently employed in the U.S., including: Physical therapists Surgical technologists Speech language pathologists Medical social workers Diagnostic medical sonographers Medical technologists Occupational therapists