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Volunteer firefighter, camp counselor and traveling SLP

Molly, a speech language pathologist, started traveling while she was still in school working as a PRN during the summer months while on break. Once she graduated she spent time in her home state of Ohio working and volunteering at a local fire department as a firefighter and EMT. Read more

Career Flexibility for Physician Assistants and Nurse Practitioners

Physician Assistants (PAs) and Nurse Practitioners (NPs) are found in every medical specialty and in every health care setting. This allows in most geographic areas for a healthy job market, usually allowing even new graduates to have their pick of job choices. Read more

Physical Therapy and Explorer are Synonomous for one PT

Physical Therapist Liz has been traveling for almost a year and loves that she gets paid to travel the country. Read more

PAs and NPs – the Team Ingredient for Healthcare Delivery

Physician Assistants (PAs) and Nurse Practitioners (NPs) are skilled medical professionals who play an integral part in healthcare delivery. Especially in primary care, PAs and NPs attract and manage a significant following of patients. Read more

First Time Occupational Therapist Enjoying Travel In West Virginia

Occupational Therapist Heather is on her very first travel assignment and her very first job as a recent grad. From Michigan, she is now living in Point Pleasant, West Virginia and enjoying getting to know a new part of the country. Read more

Questions to Ask: Finding the Right Locum Tenens Assignment

Finding the right locum tenens assignment starts with asking yourself what you are looking to get out of it. Are you in-between jobs and looking for something to help you get by while looking for a new permanent job? Or are you looking for a one-time weekend assignment to make extra money? Or has a life change brought about a desire for a new career in medicine? Locums can be the answer to all of these questions. Read more

3 Assignments and Countless Friends Later — Why One PT Loves the Travel Life

Traveling physical therapist Collette Rohden enjoys working in different settings and places, getting to know new people and expanding her career. Read more

One SLP is Experiencing the Most Life and Travel Has To Offer

Halloween in New Orleans, New Years in Las Vegas, sunning on the beach and snowboarding the Rockies. All in a year’s work for traveling speech language pathologist Colleen Tuohey. Read more

“Explosive Growth” for PAs Says the 2016 AAPA Salary Report

Jobs for PAs continue to grow and so do PA salaries. The 2016 AAPA PA salary report highlights a bright financial future for PAs. Read more

Physical Therapist Lives Life To Its Fullest While Traveling

PT Raven Bryson loves the adventure traveling brings. From scuba diving to snowboarding, sky-diving to white-water rafting, she has fun wherever she goes. Read more