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State Resources : New York

   Travel Nursing Jobs in New York

Link to New York Board of Nursing

89 Washington Avenue, 2nd Floor West Wing
Albany, New York 12234

Phone: (518) 474-3817 Ext.
Fax: (518) 474-3817 Ext.

Fees:
Initial licensing fee, RN: $135.00
License renewal (triennial), RN: $50.0

Continuing Education Requirements:
2-hour course on child-abuse (one time requirement for registration)
4-hour course on infection control every 4 years



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The Big Apple! New York is over flowing with travel nursing jobs.

Interested in a New York travel nursing job? New York is full of travel nursing jobs! City? Country? Nursing home? Hospital? Research? This state as it all. New York City, Albany, Buffalo, Long Island. Proximity to the world and the whole country. A traveling nursing job in this state will give you tons of things to see and do on your time off.



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Questions on travel nursing
Q:
How do I find a travel nursing agency and what do I ask them?

A:
Travel nursing is a very competitive business and agencies do everything they can to make themselves known. If you have a friend or co-worker who has worked a travel assignment ask them for a recommendation. All of the nursing publications are awash with ads. And of course, there is the Internet. Our travel nursing website, www.travelnursingusa.com, is dedicated to the subject. Clicking on an agency’s banner will usually take you directly to their website where you can obtain answers to a lot of your questions and find contact information to further discuss the opportunity. Ask them about some of the topics we’ve already covered. Print this article and highlight the items you want to ask before you call. You may also want to ask things like:

How long has the travel nursing agency been in business?

Are my hours guaranteed?

Is my pay rate guaranteed?

How long has the travel nursing agency worked with the facility?


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