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What are the best agencies for Telemetry Nurse jobs in California?

The agencies on NurseFly that currently have the most Telemetry Nurse jobs in California are Aequor Healthcare (360 jobs), Stability Healthcare (336 jobs), and American Mobile Healthcare (316 jobs).

How Much Do Telemetry Nurse Jobs Pay in California?

For jobs available on NurseFly as of Saturday, September 19th 2020, the average weekly salary for a Travel Nurse in California is $2,147 but can pay up to $3,424 per week.

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  • min - $761
  • avg - $2,147
  • max - $3,424

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How Much Does a Travel RN Make in California?

Posted on May 20, 2020
Registered Nurses provide patient care and educate patients and their families about various health conditions. According to 2019 BLS data, California had the most RN jobs and the highest paying salaries, which was also true for travel RN’s. Last year, California Travel RN’s earned an average gross weekly salary of $2,052 per week working an…

San Francisco Travel Nurse City Guide

Posted on Feb 25, 2020
I could write a whole post devoted to the best ‘hood of San Francisco. I chose some of the most popular areas, but if you want to know more check out Thrillist’s article featuring over 30 San Fran neighborhoods! Where to Live- Best Neighborhoods Haight Ashbury: This neighborhood is named for the intersection of Haight and…

Travel Nursing in California: ‘The Golden State’

Posted on Jan 02, 2020
California is one of, if not THE most popular state for nurses to seek employment. Good pay, fair patient ratios with lots of resources, and an innumerable number of options for adventure and sunshine attract nurses from all over the country. It is also a great place to start your travel nursing career, as many…

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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