Washington State is a favorite destination for traveling healthcare professionals and for good reasons. The scenery is surprisingly diverse. Contracts are usually plentiful. And it makes for beautiful Instagram posts. You’ll want photo keepsakes of this place. Read more
April Fajardo, PT was no stranger to traveling before she started with Cariant Health Partners. The seven medical mission trips she had been on greatly influenced her decision to become a travel PT. Even now she is busy in Central America, following her passion and taking advantage of the flexibility that travel therapy offers. Before she left we had a chance to ask her a few questions about her travel PT experience, and get her advice for other new therapists considering this career path:
What led you to travel therapy?
With a blink of an eye I went from graduate student to officially unemployed. Ahhhhhhhh!!!! What should I do now? Should I apply for a neuro residency? Should I work full-time or PRN? Should I live in Texas, transfer my license to California, or travel? Where do I even start?
I’m not going to lie—I was overwhelmed. Read more
Mentorship during travel therapy contracts is a topic consistently brought up during conversations at national shows and career fairs. We specialize in introducing new graduates to the world of travel therapy. And if mentorship is a concern of a potential traveler, then it’s a main concern for the Cariant recruiter. Here are some of the more common situations we get asked about, and answers that will hopefully qualm many concerns on the topic of mentorship. Read more
We are Vegas bound! Cariant is heading out to Las Vegas for the Traveler’s Conference, held September 13-15.
Ready to travel? Here are a couple reasons to choose Cariant Health Partners. Read more
Having been in the travel therapy business since 2001, we’re skilled at picking up the subtle needle movements of our industry. Here are some trends we’re seeing this year.
There are seven new “hot” states for 2015. Read more