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Travel Nurse Across America

5020 Northshore Dr., Suite 2 North Little Rock, AR 72118 800-240-2526


Travel Nurse across America (TNAA) places registered nurses, allied travelers, and techs on multi-week travel nursing assignments from 8-26 weeks in healthcare facilities across all 50 states. ‍At TNAA, they know that everyone’s reason for traveling is different. That’s why their knowledgeable, experienced recruiters spend time getting to know their nurses, answering any questions and understanding each one’s individual needs so they can enhance their travel nursing careers. Since they’re only as successful as the travel nurses they serve, their greatest satisfaction comes from matching a nurse with the perfect assignment.‍Although 13 weeks is the average assignments, longer or shorter assignments can be negotiated. Also, a traveler typically has the option of renewing the assignment or rolling into a new assignment. Per Diem shifts are also available. Travel assignments are offered nationwide, including Alaska and Hawaii. There are a variety of settings to include teaching hospitals, rural facilities, LTC, clinics, and rehab facilities. Assignments are chosen based on skills, specialties, certifications, and experience.‍Whether you’re looking for adventure or need to be close to loved ones, TNAA’s recruiters will use their extensive knowledge of their nationwide network of facilities to match you with the right location. Once you’ve found an assignment that meets your needs, their housing specialists will guide you through the process of locating and securing furnished housing in a safe, convenient area. TNAA is there for you at every step, and that doesn’t change once your assignment is underway. No matter what kind of question you have – clinical, housing, payroll – they have someone available to help 24/7. They’re 100% committed to getting you where you want to go.‍TNAA helps a nurse to get his/her travel career headed in a positive direction by matching not only with the right job order but with the right recruiter. Connecting the professional with an employment opportunity that will give them a chance to utilize his/her specific skills and training to serve patients in a variety of different types of medical facilities is the job of the recruiter. It is also the role of the recruiter to create and build a relationship with the professional. Their goal is to help find the ideal position to meet the individual needs of each traveler.  They take care of all of the ground work for securing a position, even locating housing if needed, so that the professional can focus on providing an exceptional level of care. Although rarely occurring, there are times when a switch in recruiter and/or nurse is requested and this is handled without any negativity among staff.‍Their generous benefits package has been recognized as one of the best in the industry. Here are just a few of the reasons why they’re consistently ranked among the best by independent sources and regularly receive referrals from their nurses.‍Their benefits include: • Paid Sick Leave – Start earning leave from day one of employment. Available in all 50 states.• Guaranteed Pay – No more worrying about getting called off! If your hours drop due to low census, TNAA will make up the difference on your next paycheck.• Easy Stay Housing Program – TNAA has your housing covered. Choose company-provided housing or find your own with the help of their specialists.• Travel Expenses Reimbursed – up to $1,000! How you travel is up to you.• Licenses and Certifications Paid – TNAA pays for or reimburses you for the cost of all necessary licenses and certifications for an assignment with them.• Cigna Health Insurance Starts the First Day – Offering a nationwide network of healthcare providers. Liability and Delta Dental also available.• Multiple Bonus Opportunities, including Extra Shift, Loyalty and Extension bonuses – Earn more on top of the sign-on, completion and extension bonuses you expect.‍Visit TNAA’s website to find out more about the company, read details about their benefits, search available assignments, or fill out an application.‍