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Travel Nursing Jobs in Florida

Thanks to the population that shifts seasonally, Florida offers a unique opportunity for travel nurses. The state has long been a mecca for retirees, including snowbirds, who migrate to its warm tropical climate each winter, increasing the state's population and presenting a unique challenge for medical facilities. Travel nurses are essential to accommodate these seasonal demands.

With its tropical climate, abundant natural beauty, and plentiful leisure activities, the Sunshine State has plenty of upside for travel nurses looking to head south. Whether you're looking for an authentic Southern experience in the Florida Panhandle or want to enjoy the nightlife of Miami, we have assignments available in world-class facilities throughout Florida.

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What's the Salary for Travel Nursing Jobss in Florida: Make up to $3,700/week

For a travel nurse in Florida, the salary can range between $1,200 to $3,700 per week. A standard 13-week assignment through American Mobile can pay close to $48,100.

RNs with permanent full-time positions in Florida typically earn around $92,900 each year or average hourly wages of around $44,67. These numbers can fluctuate by facility, specialty, geographic area, and years of nursing experience.

You are Granted Boundless Benefits with American Mobile

Taking a position as a travel nurse through American Mobile can provide an unparalleled opportunity to travel the country and build your resume, but it comes with other perks, too. As an American Mobile travel nurse, you'll enjoy referral bonuses, free private housing or a housing stipend, healthcare benefits that kick in on your first day, and the freedom and flexibility to choose the length of your assignment. You can even bring along pets and family.

We will match you with a dedicated recruiter who can make it all happen, and customer care is available 24/7 to make sure you have the support you need while you're on assignment. The benefits are boundless.

Florida Cities with Highest-Paying Travel Nurse Jobs

The average travel nurse jobs salary in Florida was about $1,784 per week on March 1, 2024. Today, you can find jobs with a salary range between $1,429 to $2,391 per week. The cities with the highest paying jobs include:

In Florida, there are a number of hospital facilities with nursing staff including: Northside Hospital and Heart Institute in Saint Petersburg, JFK North Campus in West Palm Beach, Aventura Hospital And Medical Center in Miami, Osceola Regional Medical Center in Kissimmee, and Orange Park Medical Center in Orange Park are well known in Florida.

If you have a specific start date in mind, the soonest available in Florida is May 6, 2024 for a Registered Nurse – Home Health - Home Health role at $1,978 per week. The latest start date for an ST job is May 20, 2024 for a Surgical Technologist - Operating Room - OR role at $2,061 per week.

There are a variety of contract lengths available for a travel nursing job in Florida including 13 Weeks (7818 jobs), 8 Weeks (436 jobs), and 12 Weeks (291 jobs).

Florida's Exclusive Travel Nurse Jobs

There are currently 8 exclusive American Mobile RN jobs in Florida. You won't find these Registered Nurse jobs anywhere else. Start by scrolling through RN jobs based on average salary, contract duration, and shift types to find your perfect travel nurse job. You can earn between $1,464 - $2,391 a week and the average weekly salary for these exclusive RN jobs is $1,824. Apply for exclusive top paying traveling RN jobs in these popular Florida cities:

Florida's Top Nursing Specialties

No matter what your specialty is, we let you design your ideal job. Let our recruitment team match you with assignments that fit your criteria, and if you don't see a job you want in our extensive database, don't worry. New assignments become available daily.

Florida has some of the best travel nurse job opportunities in the country, and we currently have 31 travel nurse jobs available.

Travel nurse jobs are currently available in cities like Palm Coast, Largo, Hudson, Inverness and Ocala. Florida hospitals and health care facilities are looking for all types of specialists including MS (4 jobs), Case Manager (4 jobs), OR (3 jobs), Interventional Radiology (3 jobs), ICU (3 jobs) and more.

We have new travel nurse jobs posted daily, so be sure to Apply Now so our specialists can make sure you get first crack when a new job opens up. We make it as easy as possible for you to compare nursing jobs by allowing you to filter based on traveling nurse salary, shift type, location or duration to find the right job for you.

With great things to do, people to meet and places to see, Florida is a popular place for travel jobs! Also be sure to check out our resources on how to become a travel nurse and nursing license renewal.

FAQs about Travel Nurse Jobs in Florida

On average, how much does a travel nurse make in Florida?

The highest paid travel nurse jobs in Florida can make up to $2,391 per week.

How long is the most common contract duration for travel nursing jobs in Florida?

The average length for travel nurse jobs in Florida based on recent data is 13 weeks.

How many Florida travel nurse job opportunities are currently available?

In Florida there are 31 job opportunities for a traveling nurse to choose from.

What cities have the highest paying travel nursing jobs in Florida?

  • Palm Coast, Florida $2,391 / per week average salary
  • Largo, Florida $2,181 / per week average salary
  • Hudson, Florida $2,177 / per week average salary
  • Inverness, Florida $2,061 / per week average salary
  • Ocala, Florida $2,041 / per week average salary

What nursing specialties are needed most in Florida right now?

Discover Yourself in Florida – A Dream Travel Nurse Assignment

For travel nurses visiting the Sunshine State, every day off can be a tropical vacation. Indulge in the laid-back island lifestyle of the Florida Keys, or laze on the pristine, sugar-white sand of Gulf Coast beaches. Perhaps swimming with the manatees in one of the state's crystal-clear springs is on your bucket list.

If nature isn't your cup of tea, let your inner child come out to play with a trip to Walt Disney World in Orlando. While you're there, be sure to check out other nearby attractions such as Universal Orlando and SeaWorld.

Ultimately, whether you opt for a day of outlet shopping in Fort Lauderdale or charter an airboat ride in the Everglades, there's something for everyone in The Sunshine State, making it a dream destination for travel nurses, including those traveling with families.

Our recruiters are standing by to help you find the tropical travel job of your dreams in Florida. Visit us today to get started.

The Travel Nurse's Guide to: Central Florida

All About Central Florida

Palm trees, sunny days, world-class theme parks, and a wide variety of natural attractions—these are just a few of the things that have people flocking from all over the world to visit Central Florida. The region has become synonymous with the Orlando area and it’s conveniently located in the middle of the state, making day trips to nearby cities and beaches a breeze.

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Top Travel Nurse Salaries in Florida

Find the nurse travel jobs in Florida with the highest salaries below and contact a recruiter today:

Cities Average Salary Highest paying job in each city
Palm Coast $2,280 /week* Registered Nurse – Perioperative Nurse - Operating Room $2,391 per week
Largo $2,080 /week* Registered Nurse – Interventional Radiology $2,181 per week
Hudson $1,965 /week* Registered Nurse – Cardiac Catheterization Lab $2,177 per week
Ocala $1,946 /week* Registered Nurse – Interventional Radiology $2,041 per week
Crestview $1,902 /week* Registered Nurse – Cardiac Catheterization Lab $1,994 per week
Melbourne $1,886 /week* Registered Nurse – Home Health $1,978 per week

Florida’s Top Opportunities by Specialty

American Mobile receives new travel nurse jobs in Florida each day from hospitals and healthcare facilities. If you are looking for a specific Florida travel nurse job, please see below for in-demand nursing specialties needed throughout the state:

Specialty Average Salary Cities with highest paying jobs
Cath Lab $1,989 /week* Hudson and Crestview
First Assist $1,848 /week* Tampa
Interventional Radiology $1,843 /week* Largo and Naples
OR $1,818 /week* Inverness and Orlando
Case Manager $1,706 /week* Port Charlotte and Inverness
Endoscopy $1,696 /week* Hudson
CVOR $1,687 /week* Kissimmee
MS $1,622 /week* Key West
ICU $1,561 /week* Tampa and Key West
LD $1,533 /week* Key West

Travel Nursing: Florida

Travel nurses who crave the sun, fun, and career advancing opportunities in Florida will find exactly what they're looking for...and more. Sure, Florida is known for its touristy vibe, but travel nurses who work in the state often remark that the food and entertainment scene is also a must during off times. And, no matter where you decide to work, up North in Jacksonville or down south in Miami, you're just a short plane ride from the rest of this beautiful peninsula. Working and playing have never been so easy for travel nurses in Florida. Grab your sunscreen today!

Do you need your Florida nursing license?

Your dream travel nursing assignment is waiting for you! Take your talents to the south and enjoy the beautiful beaches, entertainment, and amazing weather while providing quality care to the patients you serve. Our recruitment team makes it easy for you to obtain or renew your Florida nursing license. Connect with our team to get started. 

What are the best hospitals in Florida?

Do you want to work in one of the top-ranked hospitals in the state? Look no further, Florida has over 30 facilities that meet high U.S. News standards. Take your pick and apply today to excel your career to the next level. 

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