About Cariant

Cariant is a little different from most travel companies.

    • We understand the healthcare business. Cariant Health Partners started in 2001 as a sister company to RehabVisions, a contract therapy company founded by Joel Larmore, PT and his wife Sharon, a nurse. Being owned and operated by healthcare professionals, we are familiar with the ever-changing world of healthcare and we understand that patients are your first and foremost priority.

    • We’re authentic. Trust is important to us—and it should be important to you, too. We know you’re putting a big portion of your life in our hands. We work hard to make sure our traveling therapists and nurses are supported, informed and happy. Most importantly, we want you to genuinely trust that we’ll do what we say we’ll do.

    • We’re invested in you—as a traveler and as a professional. We have travelers who have been loyal to Cariant for 11+ years. Travel therapy or nursing may not be your life-long career, but while you travel with us (hopefully for as long) we want to make sure you’re meeting personal goals, continuing to receive education, and thinking about the future. We’ll consider you a long-term employee, if you’ll consider us.

  • Your recruiter stays with you. The recruiter who helps to find you a position stays with you for as long as you work for Cariant. This means weekly check-in calls and help getting licensed in new states. They will also assist with the logistics of getting you settled into each new assignment. They get to know you and your specific needs and wants and are your advocates on the road.

  • On the Therapy Side. The Operations Team of our parent company (RehabVisions, which is just upstairs from Cariant Health Partners) consists of therapists, representing physical, occupational and speech therapy. This means we have constant contact with a team of therapists who understand the ins and outs of therapy departments no matter what the setting or discipline. Because of this connection, we’ve become better equipped to handle the challenges that our travelers face, and work with many new therapy graduates.