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Becoming a Traveling Allied Health Professional

Posted on: June 08, 2021

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written by

Chris Keeley

Did you know allied health professionals can be travelers?

The world of traveling healthcare is not limited to only travel nurses. Allied health professionals all around the country are joining nurses in this exciting career. Read on to discover what to expect as you embark on this exciting journey!

What specialties do you work with?

Barton Healthcare Staffing works with several allied health specialties. If you don’t see your specialty listed below, let us know. We are always looking to add to this list so if you don’t see yours, that doesn’t mean we can’t work with you.

              Therapy

                    Imaging

    Pharmacy

Respiratory Therapy
Occupational Therapy
Physical Therapy
Speech Language Pathology

Cath Lab Technologist
CT Technologist
Diagnostic Radiology Technologist
EEG Technologist
Interventional Radiology Technologist
Mammogram Technologist
MRI Technologist
Nuclear Medicine Technologist
PET Technologist
Radiation Therapy Technologist
Ultrasound Technologist

Pharmacist
Pharmacy Director
Pharmacy Manager

Ready to get started? Get in contact with one of our staffing specialists now!

Why work with an agency?

Whether you are new to traveling healthcare or a seasoned vet, an agency makes the entire process easier. An agency like Barton Healthcare Staffing finds the job opportunities for you, streamlines backend paperwork such as credentialing, assists you with travel bookings, and much more. Continue reading to learn more about how an agency makes your traveling healthcare experience easy as pie!

1:1 Support and Attention

Barton Healthcare Staffing utilizes a 1:1 approach with our travel nurses. This means that once you work with Barton Healthcare Staffing, you will have a single point of contact for any questions, requests, or comments that you have. Your recruiter is there to help you every step of the way. They will be an invaluable resource to you throughout the entire assignment. 

In-House Licensing, Credentialing, and Travel Assistance Teams

Barton Healthcare Staffing has in- house teams who handle licensing and credentialing for you. We handle the paperwork to get you started on your next assignment and our travel team facilitates the logistics of getting you there! We will assist you in selecting your flights, rental car, and lodging.

Medical Malpractice Insurance

Barton Healthcare Staffing provides ‘A’ rated malpractice insurance for professionals assignment, free of charge. It’s one of the many perks of becoming a Barton Healthcare Staffing travel nurse.

Where Can I Work?

Another great benefit of working with Barton Healthcare Staffing is the wide variety of facilities we work with. There are countless practice settings outside of the traditional hospital or clinic looking for travelers to staff their facility all over the country. Exposing yourself to new settings is not only great for the patients, but also for you to gain even more valuable experience.

      Hospitals

            Medical Practices

       Imaging Centers

Retail IHS facilities Correctional facilities
Rehab centers Skilled nursing facilities Clinics
Urgent Care Schools Insurance companies
Corporations Hospice/Home Health Behavioral Health
Clinics

Are you ready to work in a new environment? Get in contact with a recruiter now!

Traveling healthcare is a great opportunity that many healthcare professionals are taking advantage of all over the country. Partnering with Barton Healthcare Staffing will not only make the job hunting process easier, but also will keep in contact throughout your assignment to make sure you are satisfied.

Ready to work with Barton Healthcare Staffing? Get in touch with a recruiter now!

Chris Keeley
About Chris Keeley

Chris Keeley is the content marketing copywriter and former recruiter at Barton Associates' Peabody, MA, headquarters. Native to the Boston area, Chris joined the Barton team in May 2019 after earning his degree in journalism from Salem State University.