Cariant Internal Travel Team

Are you a PT, OT or Speech Therapist looking for a new professional challenge or a fun adventure? As Cariant continues to combat staffing shortages, we are always looking for new ways to meet the staffing needs of facilities across the country. We are partnering up with our sister company, RehabVisions, to create an Internal

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Recruiter Relationships

Two former college football players, a Texas OT and nurse, and an OT and PT from Nebraska walk into a bar…it sounds like the start of a bad joke. That’s the joy of travel healthcare though, the most amazing people with a wide variety of backgrounds can collide around a common cause: meeting a need

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Cariant Named a Great Recruiters Top Healthcare Staffing Firm

We aren’t usually the boastful type, but after winning two awards in two months, we are pretty proud of ourselves! Last month, we announced Cariant had placed #12 on the BluePipes Best Travel Nursing Companies 2022 list, which is no small feat for a company of our size. And THIS month, we made the Great

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Tips and Tricks for Travel Housing

One of the things that can make or break a contract is finding housing. It is something we see time and time again. We can find you the perfect travel job, but without a place to stay, the perfect job won’t matter.   As a traveler, what do you need to do to find the

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Two Companies, Same Job. Why is the Pay Different?

As a traveling healthcare professional, you are probably used to scrolling through thousands of jobs to find the one that is perfect for you. Often you will find that multiple companies post the same job, but the posted pay is different from one to the next. Some agencies choose not to list pay rates because

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What is a Travel Duck?

If you follow Cariant Health Partners on social media, or if you stopped by our APTA booth in January, you probably noticed these little colorful rubber ducks making an appearance every so often with the #travelduck. Now that our ducks have taken flight and landed in our travelers’ mailboxes, we are finally ready to share

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Therapy New Graduates Wanted

It’s officially May now and that means all your hard work is finally paying off. You are going to graduate from therapy school. CONGRATULATIONS! Once you receive your diploma, and the excitement and celebration dies down a bit, what’s next? Obviously, you should become a traveler with Cariant! We have been introducing adventurous therapists like

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Cariant Health Partners Awarded Certification from The Joint Commission 13 Years in a Row

During the week between Christmas and New Year’s, Cariant underwent an on-site evaluation conducted by specially trained Joint Commission surveyors who assessed our organization’s compliance to their standards. According to their website, The Joint Commission was founded in 1951 and is the nation’s oldest and largest standards-setting and accrediting body in health care. As an

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20 Years – A Leader Looks Back

When Tracey Duke started at Cariant as a National Account Manager in 2008, everything was done a little old-school. Cariant was still a very small company that focused on therapy staffing. There was little email sent, no VMS to work from, credentialing was a short process, and recruiting was done by making phone call after

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From PTA to Recruiter

As a football player for the Razorbacks at the University of Arkansas, Jonathan Riddell learned a lot about the importance of strength training and injury prevention. Majoring in Kinesiology and Exercise Science was an easy choice for him, and after graduation, he worked as a Physical Therapy Tech for a short time before deciding to go

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