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What is PRN Healthcare’s Florida license number?

Posted April 18, 2019

Am I eligible for a tax free stipend?

Posted October 29, 2018
We would love to tell you YES!  But, we strongly encourage that you seek assistance from a tax professional around the matter. Looking for more information right away?  Please visit [...] Read More

How do I get started with travel nursing?

Posted September 26, 2018
We are so glad you asked! Simply give us a call at 888.830.8811 or e-mail us at wehirenurses@prninc.com and we can talk about your future with our team! Read More

Do I need a nursing license in each state that I work?

Posted September 26, 2018
If you live in a compact state and have a multi-state license you will be able to use your multi-state license for those identified states. If you do not live [...] Read More

What if a friend and I want to work and travel together?

Posted September 26, 2018
If the facility is looking for more than one nurse, then it might be possible for both of you to work together. Just make sure to let us know right [...] Read More

Am I paid less than a normal hospital job?

Posted September 26, 2018
No, not at all! In fact, you are actually paid more as a travel nurse than you would be for most hospital jobs. Plus, you’ll get housing, tax benefits, and [...] Read More

Can I bring my pet?

Posted September 26, 2018
The short answer is, sometimes. If you want your pet to come, make sure you let us know and we will do everything we can to find housing that allows [...] Read More

Where will I live while on assignment?

Posted September 26, 2018
PRN Healthcare offers two options for meeting your housing needs. We have a Housing Coordinator in-office that can work with you to find your home away from home. You will [...] Read More

Can I stay if I like the facility I am at?

Posted September 26, 2018
It all depends on the facility. Sometimes they just need someone for a short period of time, and that’s it. But, if the facility is interested in continuing to work [...] Read More

How long are travel assignments?

Posted September 26, 2018
It all depends on what the facility needs. Travel contracts can range anywhere between 4 and 16 weeks, with a typical contract lasting 13 weeks. Read More

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