If at any point in the first 30 days you decide it isn't worth your money, we'll refund your listing cost. Peace of mind guaranteed.
It’s a simple 4-step process.
Once you have completed these 4 steps, Traveling Healthcare Rentals will then review your listing and may offer suggestions for improvement to get the best potential activity. Once your listing is live, traveling healthcare professionals, housing coordinators and recruiters will email and contact you directly to book your home.
We currently do not, but we recommend that you call the hospital and verify employment of a traveling healthcare professional. Or you can use our partner site Cozy.co.
Due to the fact that there are 500,000 RNs expected to retire by 2022, most of those jobs will be filled with traveling healthcare contracts. The quality of photos and pricing of the unit will have a lot to do with how well your home will get booked.
Pricing depends on the area and proximity. Contact us directly and we will help you price your home accurately.
We focus on the whole traveling healthcare field. There are four types of traveling healthcare professionals: travel nurses, locum tenens, mobile dentist and allied healthcare professionals (speech, physiologist, PA’s, LPNs, physical Therapists, technicians etc...) Our customer service is also a big part of what separates us from other sites. We are available around the clock, including weekends.
We currently do not, but we recommend that you call the hospital and verify employment of a traveling healthcare professional. Or you can use our partner site Cozy.com.
Photos are one of the most important pieces to getting your home booked. Traveling healthcare professionals are not able to see the home first hand, so making sure the photos are accurate and good quality will help them get a better idea of what they are booking.