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Credential requirements vary by state, facility, and specialty. Typical credentials include state license or certificate, background check, drug screen, driver’s license or state issued ID
4. Book shifts
Book shifts as a Registered Nurse, CNA, Medical Assistant, or Surgical or Radiology Tech
5. Get paid
Receive payment 2x weekly via direct deposit
What is per diem nursing?
Per diem nursing offers multiple benefits for healthcare professionals who are looking for a flexible and rewarding career. One of the primary advantages of per diem nursing is the ability to work a flexible schedule. Per diem nurses can choose to work as much or as little as they want, depending on their availability. This can be particularly helpful for healthcare professionals who may have other commitments, such as family or school, and need a more flexible work schedule. Per diem nursing jobs can offer a wide range of experience and skills development. Per diem nurses often work in a variety of healthcare settings and nursing specialties, providing exposure to various patient populations and medical conditions. Additionally, per diem nurses are often paid at a higher hourly rate than full-time nurses. Finally, per diem nursing provides an opportunity for nurses to explore different specialties, network with other healthcare professionals, and take on new challenges.
Rates are subject to change without prior notice and are driven by the marketplace and facility needs. Assigned rates fall within listed ranges.
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