Becoming a travel nurse, therapist, or allied clinician is an exciting endeavor and a great career. Check out our Info Center to learn more, then connect with one of our S1NGLEPOINT recruiters and you'll be on your way to your first assignment.
Frequently Asked Questions
For travel nurses, we strongly suggest that you develop at least two years of experience in an acute care setting. For other clinicians, and even for some nursing specialties, the amount of experience required can depend on the specialty, facility, and the urgency of need so it's best to speak with a FlexCare S1NGLEPOINT recruiter for information on a specific assignment.
Yes! We have travelers with infants, teens, and spouses who work remotely, are retired, or who are also travelers. It takes a little more planning and some creative thinking, but the travel life can work for families. Read how one FlexCare family makes it work.
As a traveler, you are helping a facility fill a vital staffing need. The expectation is that you come prepared to hit the ground running, but you will also receive an orientation. How extensive it is will depend on the facility. Read our orientation tips for more information from our director of clinical services.
At FlexCare, we’re focused on building relationships with our travel nurses, therapists, allied clinicians, and facilities, so we pride ourselves on our award-winning service commitment. At the core of that commitment is our exclusive S1NGLEPOINT service offer. You are not alone. Your S1NGLEPOINT recruiter will be with you every step of the way. In addition, if you have questions or concerns about facility policies or procedures, your recruiter can refer you to our Director of Clinical Services who has years of professional experience.