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General Agency

What kind of experience is required?
The more experience the better! The facilities we staff with require our nurses to have 1 year of experience in the last 2 years, in any given specialty (ICU, ER, OR, etc.).
What kinds of benefits can I expect?

As a full-time employee, you can expect a wide variety of benefits. There’s medical, dental and life insurance, a 401k plan and much more. There’s even a contract renewal bonus just for staying with PRN Healthcare. Check out our full list of benefits here!

Am I eligible for a tax free stipend?

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 the exciting world of the IRS at

How do I submit my timesheet?

You can easily submit your timesheet by uploading it to the Workforce Portal, emailing an image of your timesheet to or faxing a copy of your timesheet to 800.530.8379.

Why am I running into issues completing my eDocs, skills and testing?

How frustrating! We are here to help. Be sure to install Adobe Flash Player to your computer. If you are using Internet Explorer use this link to download it: Next, un-check “optional offers”, unless you plan on using Google Chrome as a second web browser! Our IT team strongly encourages everyone to have a 2nd browser back-up (cough)…Mozilla Firefox or Google Chrome. Good news, if you are already using Google Chrome – Adobe Flash Player is already installed – woohoo!

Can I earn extra cash while I am not working?

Yes, you can! It is quite easy – just refer one of your nursing friends to us. Earn $2 for every hour that they work up to 250 hours – easy way to make $500! Know an awesome nurse(s) you want to refer? Check out our refer a friend page for more details!

Per Diem

What does it mean when I say I am "available"?

When you tell our staffers that you are available, be prepared to take the call at confirmation time and ready to work the shift. If you are unsure or do not want to be booked for that shift, then please do not give your availability for that date.

When will I find out if I am working?

We find out two hours before the shift start time which nurses are needed and which nurses have been cancelled. So if the shift starts at 7pm, you can expect a call around 5pm. If you haven’t heard from us by around this time, do not assume either way. Call in and verify with us!

What do I bring to my shift?

It is important to remember to always bring your RN license, credentials (BLS, ACLS, etc.), and a photo ID. The staffing office may ask to make their own copies, even though you have already provided copies to PRN Healthcare. You should also wear your name badge that we send you in your welcome package.

Where should I report for my shift?

Report to the Nurse Staffing Office, sometimes called Nursing Administration. Most of the time, these offices are on the first floor and relatively close to the main entrance.  You need to sign in with the staffer or house supervisor who will give you your assignment.

What do I do if the hospital asks me to book another shift with them while I am there?

If you are at a facility, and they ask you to come back for a future shift, and you are available and want to work with them, then feel free to schedule with them. But please remember to always call and let us know! This will ensure that you are paid properly and also prevent us from promising you to another hospital during that same shift.

What do I do if I have to cancel a shift?

We understand that sometimes life happens and you need to call off a shift. This is not a problem as long as you let us know before the two hour confirmation time. Of course, the more notice the better, since we want to give the hospital as much time as possible to find a replacement if necessary. Please do not e-mail us cancellations. Make sure to call in and actually talk to someone.


What is Travel Nursing?

Travel nursing allows you to travel around the country while doing what you love. Hospitals, nursing homes, and healthcare facilities from all over the nation call us because they need nurses to fill-in to account for their constantly fluctuating patient count. We then provide them with a nurse who has the skills and experience they require. Travel nursing provides you with an opportunity for adventure and growth.

How long are travel assignments?

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.

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

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 in a compact state you will need a license for every state you work.

Where will I live while on assignment?

PRN Healthcare offers you a housing stipend for your travel contract.

Am I paid less than a normal hospital job?

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 the chance to see new faces and places!

Can I bring my pet?

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 your fur baby! If they do, they usually require a security deposit. Just be sure that bringing your pet is the best thing for both you and your pet.

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

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 away and we will do our best to find a place for the two of you.

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

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 with you, we can work to make it happen!

How do I get started with travel nursing?

We are so glad you asked! Simply give us a call at 888.830.8811 or e-mail us at and we can talk about your future with our team!

What is PRN Healthcare's Florida license number?

Florida license #1384

Employee Applicant Statement

I certify that the information provided by me in this application is true and complete to the best of my knowledge. I understand that if I am employed, any false statements or omissions can lead to immediate dismissal, and I agree that Nurses PRN shall not be held liable in any respect if my employment is terminated for that reason. Nurses PRN is hereby authorized to verify the information I have supplied and to conduct any investigation of my personal history records. I authorize the companies, schools, and persons named in this application to give any information requested regarding my employment, character, and qualifications, and release and hold harmless Nurses PRN and the companies, schools, and persons from any liability. I understand and agree that if hired, my employment is at-will, for no definite period and may be terminated at any time without prior notice and without cause. I further understand that any offer of employment may be conditioned upon the results of a physical examination, including tests for the use of controlled substances in accordance with applicable laws.

If hired, I agree to abide by all rules and regulations of Nurses PRN, which I understand are subject to change by Nurses PRN at any time for any reason without prior notice.

Nurses PRN is an equal opportunity employer. Nurses PRN considers applicants for all positions without regard to race, color, religion, creed, gender, national origin, age, disability, marital or veteran status, sexual orientation, or any other legally-protected status. Those applicants requiring reasonable accommodation to the application and/or the interview process should notify Nurses PRN and request such accommodations.

Should an investigation or legal proceeding adversely affect my professional license/certification or ability to perform the functions of the job, I understand that I am obligated to immediately report said occurrence to Nurses PRN’s Chief Nursing Officer at 888-830-8811. Failure to do so will result in disciplinary action up to and including termination.

I represent and warrant that I have read and fully understand the foregoing.


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