NursesRx, an AMN Healthcare company, is a leading travel nursing staffing agency that can help you achieve the career you've trained for, and the lifestyle you've always wanted. With thousands of positions nationwide, NursesRx lets you choose from the very best assignments with top-ranked hospitals and facilities throughout the United States.
When – more... you travel with NursesRx, we accompany you on every step of your journey. Our recruitment team is renowned as the most engaged and easy-to-reach support team in the travel nurse industry, and our pay and benefits package is competitive among all nurse staffing companies.
We believe in making a difference in the lives of patients and we actively seek nurses who share that passion for patient care and advocacy.
NursesRx travel nursing assignments typically last 13 weeks and include:
• Competitive pay rates
• Life Insurance
• Medical, Dental, Vision
• 401(k) and Flex Spending
• Free Continuing Education and Tuition Assistance
• Traveler Discounts and Referral Bonuses
• No-Fee Direct Deposit
• Daily Meal / Incidentals Allowance
• Free, quality, private housing
• Accident and Short-term Disability Coverage
• Refer a friend and earn extra cash! – less
NursesRx Employer Reviews
Travel Registered Nurse (Former Employee), San Diego, CA – July 9, 2014
Travel Contract RN (Former Employee), Various Locations – May 7, 2014
Recruiter (Former Employee), Huntersville, NC – August 20, 2013
Travel RN (Former Employee), West Palm Beach, FL – August 4, 2013
Data Imaging Specialist (Former Employee), Huntersville, NC – August 15, 2012
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