Founded in 2001 and owned and operated by healthcare professionals, Cariant
is well-equipped to find our travel nurses opportunities that match their
interests. We focus on building strong relationships through authenticity
and trust. Our travel nurses work with one dedicated, knowledgeable
recruiter who offers support throughout every step of the journey.
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Cariant reimburses for 100% of the credentialing and licensure costs required for a new travel nursing assignment. Our benefits package is one of the best in the industry. We make sure our travel nurses are well taken care of so they can take care of their patients:
401k with company match and 100% vesting of all company contributions
Basic Life Insurance and AD&D provided at no charge
Weekly pay and direct deposit
Retention rewards to recognize travelers for their loyalty and tenure
Fully-furnished and private housing set up by our housing coordinator, or a tax-free housing stipend
Continuing education assistance
Cariant Health Partners is EEO and FMLA compliant. We hold a Health Care Staffing Services Certification from The Joint Commission.
There’s a lot to know about how the travel healthcare world works. Luckily, we’ve got experienced, knowledgeable people who love answering questions.
Travel healthcare professional help all kinds of facilities across the country that are experiencing staffing shortages to take care of their patients. They travel away from their permanent tax home (far enough to duplicate living expenses) in order to work short-term contracts. Hospitals, skilled nursing facilities, outpatient clinics, home health agencies, in-patient rehab units, assisted living facilities and school systems can all need temporary help for various reasons.
Most travel contracts last for 13 weeks. We can often be flexible, working with you to create shorter or longer assignments that meet your needs. Also, many of our travelers accept extension offers on assignments they particularly enjoy, turning that 13 weeks into six or nine months enjoying the same place.
New nurses need a few years of relevant work experience (one or two years is best) before traveling. New therapy graduates can start traveling right away after obtaining their license. You should also be:
Graduated from an accredited healthcare professional program
Authorized to work in the United States
Eligible or already professionally licensed in the state(s) where you’ll be working
If you’re not already licensed, Cariant will pay any associated fees necessary for you to start an assignment. Your Recruiter will provide guidance through the licensure process.
Absolutely! In addition to Cariant helping with the credentialing costs required to start an assignment (reimbursement for new licenses, lab work, travel, etc.), eligible traveling healthcare professionals receive tax-free monies for housing and daily per diems. Housing stipends are to cover housing costs while on assignment and per diems cover incidentals such as food, gas and other living expenses. Travelers typically make a higher weekly take home pay compared to permanent employees because of this.
Yes, our goal is to make sure you are well taken care of while you take care of your patients. Cariant travelers receive the same benefits packages as our Home Office employees and some additional ones, too! We offer continuing education assistance, professional liability insurance coverage, referral bonuses and retention rewards and health insurance.