Whether you’ve been traveling for years as a physical therapist or you’re brand new to the travel therapy lifestyle, we’re here to ensure you get the most out of your assignment.
Bringing an animal with you while traveling as a therapist or nurse can help you feel more at home while traveling to a new city.
There’s never been a better time to starting traveling as a physical therapist! Staffing companies such as Pioneer Healthcare Services are here to help get you to a new and exciting city.
As a travel physical therapist, you’ll see we have plenty of jobs to get you to the Golden State including jobs in Northern California.
If you’ve been working in schools or even if you have been on a 13-week assignment but you’d like to keep working for the last few weeks of summer we can accommodate your lifestyle! At Pioneer Healthcare Services, we want you to help find your calling whether it’s in schools or skilled nursing facility.
As a travel physical therapist, you probably know how rewarding and exciting travel can be.
Is it the sassy, no nonsense Carla Espinosa from Scrubs? Morgan Fairchild Ransom Tookers from The Mindy Project or maybe it’s Margaret Houlihan from MASH? While fictional nurses give us likable portrayals of nurses, we want to celebrate real nurses this week with an iPad giveaway! Just give us your name, and email address in addition to your favorite …
April is Occupational Therapy Month, which celebrates both OTs and COTAs.
SeeSee Rigney, an operating room nurse at Tacoma General Hospital in Tacoma, WA has been nursing for six decades according to this YouTube video.
Congratulations on graduating! If you’ve been entertaining the idea of becoming a travel OT, COTA, PT, PTA or SLP, travel assignments are an excellent opportunity to work in diverse environments and facilities, move to a new city and meet new people.