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What are the best agencies for Ambulatory Care Nurse jobs?

The agencies on NurseFly that currently have the most Ambulatory Care Nurse jobs are American Mobile Healthcare (34), Stability Healthcare (20), and LRS Healthcare (12).

How Much Do Ambulatory Care Nurse Jobs Pay?

For jobs available on NurseFly as of Thursday, October 29th 2020, the average weekly pay for Ambulatory Care Nurse jobs is $1,718, but can pay up to $2,462 per week. In 2020, Ambulatory Care Nurses jobs on Nursefly paid a gross average weekly pay of $1,727 per week working an average of 36 hours per week. This includes non-taxable compensation like living stipends, meal stipends, and housing which add up to an average value of $1,053 per week.

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Burlington, Vermont: Travel Nurse Guide

Posted on Oct 12, 2020
Vermont is one of the smallest states in the U.S, but also one of the most beautiful and enjoyable places to live. All four seasons offer something special, highlighted by stunning scenery throughout the state. Burlington, Vermont is a city of approximately 43,000 residents, located at the northern edge of the state, bordering Canada. The…

U.S. Virgin Islands Travel Nurse Guide

Posted on Oct 07, 2020
The island of St. Thomas, in the U.S. Virgin Islands (U.S.V.I.), is a haven for turquoise waters, pristine beaches, and water sports of all kinds. The weather borders on perfect with mild temps year round, and an ocean breeze that keeps you cool at night. St. Thomas is also a hot spot for travel nurses!…

Voting as a Travel Nurse in the 2020 Election

Posted on Sep 30, 2020
2020 has been deemed ‘Year of the Nurse’, but it is also an important election year. The results announced (hopefully!) November 3 will determine the course of our country for the next four years. Nurses have important topics to vote on this year, and making sure you get your vote counted is undeniably important. Now,…

Featured Nurse: School Nurse Kayla Rachels Ellis

Posted on Sep 14, 2020
How long have you been a school nurse? I have been a school nurse going on my 4th year. I decided to become a school nurse to serve the community that invested so much into my education. You see, I am the nurse at my alma mater. We are a rural school. K-12 in one…

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