Rapid response travel nurses are needed now more than ever as healthcare facilities are rapidly growing and expanding. NurseChoice works around the clock to support critical needs in healthcare facilities and hospitals across the nation when the census for patient care is uncertain. To help support patient care, we provide urgent staffing of rapid response nurses.
Are you ready to quick start or expand your nursing career? Rapid response travel nursing may be the career choice for you.
Rapid response nurse compensation
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How much do rapid response nurses make? Depending on the assignment, this type of travel nurse can earn up to $3,860* a week.
Benefits beyond salary:
Guaranteed work week: Get paid even if your shift is cancelled
Referral Bonus: Earn up to $2,000 per qualified nurse you refer
NurseChoice welcomes nurses to join us as rapid response travelers. As a rapid response traveler, you can work short-term assignments and make more per hour than a traditional nurse. NurseChoice also reimburses you for your travel and housing expenses allowing you to pocket more. NurseChoice has over two decades of experience placing nurses with varying experience levels on rapid response nursing assignments.
*Disclaimer: Wages for rapid response travel jobs are based on average rates and may be impacted by facility budgets and seasonality and may include a combination of taxable and non-taxable earnings and reimbursements.
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Quick turnarounds and dynamic, changing environments are just two of the similarities between rapid response nursing jobs and crisis response nursing jobs. Although similar in a variety of ways, there are also some distinct differences between these two types of travel nursing assignments.
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