What are the requirements to be a travel nurse? Many RNs consider becoming a travel nurse a couple of years after graduating from an Accredited Nursing school and having worked in a clinical setting for more than a year. These nurses are eager to embark on a journey and advance their learnings in different clinical settings. Though, many consider traveling after they have been a staff nurse for quite some time and just want a change of pace!
American Mobile’s Checklist of Requirements:
1. 1 year of experience
2. Completed application
3. Complete Skills Checklist and References
4. Have Proper License & Competency Exams
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A Degree is Necessary
Whether you are ready to travel or still seeking positions, our recruiters will ensure you have the necessary credentials and licenses to interview. We offer licensure assistance to all aspiring travelers, and in some cases, we can reimburse your licensing fees. For more information about a travel nurse license, contact us today or speak with your recruiter.
Healthcare systems prefer nurses to have at least one year of experience in a clinical setting under their belt to be considered for a position. Although some specialties require additional certifications and experience in the hospital setting. For example, numerous hospitals require ER nurses to have at least two years of experience in the ER to be considered for a position.
Typically, hospitals require nurses to have a Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) from an accredited nursing school. However, there are many healthcare facilities that only call for nurses to have an Associates' Degree in Nursing (ADN) as their highest degree requirement.
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