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State Resources : Florida

   Travel Nursing Jobs in Florida

Link to Florida Board of Nursing

4080 Woodcock Drive, Suite 202
Jacksonville, Florida 32207

Phone: (904) 858-6940
Fax: (904) 858-6964

Fees:
Initial licensing fee, RN: $160.00
License renewal (biennial), RN: $65.00


Continuing Education Requirements:
3 hours HIV/AIDS for initial licensure
25 contact hours every renewal period, including 1 hour on HIV/AIDS and 1 hour domestic violence

Notes:




Florida has long been a destination for retired people from the Northeast. In addition in recent years it has been one of the fastest growing areas for the general population with several large population centers.

The healthcare industry has stuggled to keep up and the travel nursing possibilities are endless. Miami, Orlando, Tampa Bay-St. Petersburg all provide unique living experiences and travel nursing opportunities.

Virually every travel nurse agency has openings in Florida.

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Questions on travel nursing
Q:
Can you travel with your family?

A:
Ann, thanks for your question. Yes, you can. Many nurses of all ages travel with their families. If you have children, and they are school age, it can get a little cumbersome. One solution to that is to commit to yourself that you are going to extend your assignment once or twice. (They are normally 13 weeks long). Many two nurse families travel. Sometimes one spouse is retired. Sometimes the other spouse simply works in an area which lends itself to finding work easily in a new city.
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