Travel Nurse RN - Home Health - $1,474 per week

Ardor Health Solutions is seeking a travel nurse RN Home Health for a travel nursing job in Fredericksburg, Virginia. Job Description & Requirements Specialty: Home Health Discipline: RN Start Date: 06/21/2021 Duration: 13 weeks 40 hours per week Shift: 8 hours Employment Type: Travel Location: Fredericksburg, VA Setting: HOME HEALTH Employment Type: Traveler We are currently looking for a RN to join our travel team! This position offers a guaranteed 40 hours per week working an average of 30 units. For more information, or to be considered, click apply now! Ardor Health Job ID #347115. Pay package is based on 8 hour shifts and 40 hours per week (subject to confirmation) with tax-free stipend amount to be determined. Posted job title: RN HH HH in Fredericksburg, VA About Ardor Health Solutions Ardor Health Solutions formed in 2001 and remains a privately held medical staffing business owned and operated by the same family. Over the years we have expanded our staffing and recruiting capabilities to include therapy services, nursing services, and all allied services. If you would like the personal service that comes with a staff of recruiters that have an average tenure with the company between 5 and 15 years, and the knowledge of our client services representatives with similar experience, there is no need to look any further. At Ardor Health Solutions you can expect better than average pay packages, extraordinary benefits, and the peace of mind that you will not be forgotten once you start your assignment. Perhaps that is why so many of our caregivers have completed more than a dozen different assignments with us over our long history. One final fact about Ardor Health Solutions. We have been paying our caregivers weekly since 2001, and we have never, ever, missed a payroll. If you are currently on an assignment with us, thank you. If you have traveled with us before, we would like to welcome you back. If you have never traveled with us, give us a try. You will not be disappointed.

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