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What is the vacation policy like at American Mobile Healthcare? How many vacation days do you get per year?

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There are no set vacation days. Upon each 13 week assignment you need to let them know before you start what days you want off.

Answered - Certified Surgical Technologist (CST) (Current Employee) - Lorton Virginia

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You can take vacations but I don't believe they are paid for. I am not sure how many vacations per year you are allowed. Probably as many as you can afford to take. You might be allotted 2 weeks in between assignments.

Answered - Instrument Room Technician (Former Employee) - Kansas City, MO

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None. If you don't work then you don't get paid.

Answered - Surgical Technologist (Former Employee) - Los Angeles, CA

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None, no paid vacation

Answered - Registered Nurse (Current Employee) - Seattle, WA

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No vacations

Answered - ER RN (Current Employee) - ND

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No vacation. Contract to contract

Answered - CASE MANAGER (Former Employee) - Clinton, MD

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I only worked for a 13 week assignment

Answered - Travel RN (Former Employee) - San Clemente, CA

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As many as you can schedule between assignments or arrange with individual facilities.Not paid either way, but bonuses are more than enough to cover them when you extend.

Answered - Travel RN (Former Employee) - San Diego, CA

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None; 13 week contracts; no compensation for days off

Answered - RN Case Manager (Current Employee) - San Diego, CA

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No vacation policy other then tell them when you want to work and when you do not so that it can be included in your contract.

Answered - Contract RN (Current Employee) - San Diego, CA

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