Experience the Easy Living of the Midwest

Many travel nursing opportunities now available. Get your OH license for free from TaleMed!

Good news! Ohio made it simpler to get an RN license. It now takes under 10 business days to go live.

There are so many benefits of working in the Buckeye State – in addition to license reimbursement:

  • Great teaching and university hospitals
  • Better pay than most Compact States
  • Lower cost of housing and living
  • Cool Midwest vibes!

Let the travel adventure begin!

Ohio is home to many outstanding teaching hospitals, and TaleMed has openings that will fit your interest and job requirements. With any specialty, you can work at or near The Ohio State University, Cleveland Clinic or Cincinnati Children’s Hospital.

In addition to great hospital environments, Ohio offers a variety of adventures. Wineries and beaches in the northern Lake Erie region. Hiking and cave exploring in central Ohio. Two of the best amusement parks in Cedar Point and Kings Island. Plus, all the attractions of Cleveland, Columbus and Cincinnati.

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Select OH as your region and your specialty to see some of the jobs we have in Ohio right now.

                   Experience Ohio


If you’re looking for a place with arts festivals, outdoor concerts, county fairs, sporting events and state parks then Ohio is the place for you. You can create memories at more than 2,000 events each year.

The Buckeye state is also known for its wineries, breweries and a variety of restaurants. If you’re here at the right time enjoy Restaurant Week events as restaurants from across the state showcase their top dishes. If you’re a sports fan come out and cheer on our professional teams with the Reds and Bengals in Cincinnati, Blue Jackets in Columbus and the Browns, Indians and Cavaliers in Cleveland.

Want to explore the outdoors? Ohio state parks provide trail hikes, boating, kayaking, bike rides and even caves to explore. Avid runner? There’s no shortage of marathons from which to choose, in any of Ohio’s major cities including Cincinnati’s own Flying Pig Marathon.

Make Ohio your next stop as a travel healthcare professional.

Getting Started

  • Fill out online application
  • TaleMed recruiter phone interview. Be prepared to share:
    • Desired specialty area
    • Desired geographic location
    • Important initial documentation: resume, skills checklist, references and copies of current licenses and certifications
  • Complete detailed application steps on TaleMed’s Applicant Portal – recruiter will provide web address if you started with our Quick Apply form

Submitting & Interviewing For Jobs

  • Recruiter searches for positions that meet your desired criteria and sends your profile to corresponding nurse managers for consideration. If an interview is requested, your recruiter will be notified.
  • Recruiter sends proposed pay packages for positions for which you’ve been granted interviews.
  • If you decide you’d like to proceed with an interview, your recruiter will officially “submit” you for the position
  • Nurse manager will call you for a phone interview – note that some call to set up a future time to interview you, while others will just call to interview you without prior warning
  • If you are being offered the position, your recruiter will be notified and will in turn, notify you

Contract

  • Recruiter will send you a copy of the contract
  • You and your recruiter will go over the contract in detail to ensure that you understand everything
  • Negotiate and finalize pay rate
  • Finalize housing options
    • Housing Allowance: If you find your own housing, you will receive a housing allowance from TaleMed and it’s tax free!
    • Assisted Housing: TaleMed arranges housing for you
  • Discuss and finalize meals and incidentals
  • Review and approve reimbursements
  • You sign contract!
  • Recruiter notifies the nurse manager at your new facility that the offer has been accepted

Compliance

  • Once contract is signed, a representative from our compliance department will contact you to go over specific documentation needed for your new position. Requirements can vary by state and by healthcare facility.
  • Key requirements include:
    • Background and drug screening tests – we recommend getting these as quickly as possible as results can take a while to come back
    • Official copy of medical records
    • Forms of identification
    • Certifications and licensing
    • Physical exam
    • Flu vaccination
  • Compliance Coordinator will send you first day information that includes everything you need to know to start your assignment!
  • Please visit our compliance page, for a detailed explanation of what is required for employment to begin
Phase One

Getting Started

  • Fill out online application
  • TaleMed recruiter phone interview. Be prepared to share:
    • Desired specialty area
    • Desired geographic location
    • Important initial documentation: resume, skills checklist, references and copies of current licenses and certifications
  • Complete detailed application steps on TaleMed’s Applicant Portal – recruiter will provide web address if you started with our Quick Apply form
Phase Two

Submitting & Interviewing For Jobs

  • Recruiter searches for positions that meet your desired criteria and sends your profile to corresponding nurse managers for consideration. If an interview is requested, your recruiter will be notified.
  • Recruiter sends proposed pay packages for positions for which you’ve been granted interviews.
  • If you decide you’d like to proceed with an interview, your recruiter will officially “submit” you for the position
  • Nurse manager will call you for a phone interview – note that some call to set up a future time to interview you, while others will just call to interview you without prior warning
  • If you are being offered the position, your recruiter will be notified and will in turn, notify you
Phase Three

Contract

  • Recruiter will send you a copy of the contract
  • You and your recruiter will go over the contract in detail to ensure that you understand everything
  • Negotiate and finalize pay rate
  • Finalize housing options
    • Housing Allowance: If you find your own housing, you will receive a housing allowance from TaleMed and it’s tax free!
    • Assisted Housing: TaleMed arranges housing for you
  • Discuss and finalize meals and incidentals
  • Review and approve reimbursements
  • You sign contract!
  • Recruiter notifies the nurse manager at your new facility that the offer has been accepted
Phase Four

Compliance

  • Once contract is signed, a representative from our compliance department will contact you to go over specific documentation needed for your new position. Requirements can vary by state and by healthcare facility.
  • Key requirements include:
    • Background and drug screening tests – we recommend getting these as quickly as possible as results can take a while to come back
    • Official copy of medical records
    • Forms of identification
    • Certifications and licensing
    • Physical exam
    • Flu vaccination
  • Compliance Coordinator will send you first day information that includes everything you need to know to start your assignment!
  • Please visit our compliance page, for a detailed explanation of what is required for employment to begin