TaleMed offers travel assignments for RN’s, Allied Health and P.T. These range from 8 wks, 13 wks to 26 wks.

TaleMed was founded upon dedication to strong moral and ethical principles. We take the time to make sure that every Healthcare Professionals   who choose to travel with TaleMed receive the attention they deserve and are properly educated about the industry, as a whole, and every detail about the positions they accept.  

TaleMed’s processes to properly screen validate, and match talented healthcare professionals to assignments in all 50 states is backed by a talented staff with in-depth knowledge of the Healthcare Travel industry. Along with our top notch customer service, we have exceptional benefits including medical/prescription offered through United Healthcare and Dental and optional Vision coverage offered through Guardian and Davis Vision.  Just recently they have also added a 401K program!

TaleMed’s inner office culture is one that constantly re-imagines proven methodologies to keep up with the times, provides an environment of open communication, fosters teamwork, encourages honesty, and acts responsibly. Every TaleMed employee is encouraged to create “Win Win” situations in every relationship.

TaleMed, LLC began operations in March of 2006 in Loveland, OH. Today, TaleMed has clients in all 50 states, and boasts a 95% retention rating for all of their employees. In September of 2007, TaleMed received the Gold Seal of Approval for Healthcare Staffing by The Joint Commission.  In 2016 they were rated as one of the Best Staffing Firms to work for. 

Their work serves Healthcare professionals, hospitals, and most importantly the patients. TaleMed assignments in public and private facilities, including: acute care hospitals, trauma centers and community hospitals. Work with us and you will receive the quality or customer service and attention to detail that is required for success.

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Our Recruiter Team

Ross Gabbard

Ross believes that communication is key. When an RN keeps open communication between both their recruiter and nurse manager it makes for a great travel experience.


Kate Stutz

If there is an issue be sure to communicate that to your recruiter and we will work out hardest to get the issue resolved.


Kyle Donovan

Kyle loves to build relationships with the nurses I work with which take a lot of stress out of the picture, even if unfortunate events do come up.


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For More Information Contact:

 6279 Tri-Ridge Blvd, Suite 110

Loveland, OH 45140 



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