Travel Nursing

Traveling nurses gain rich experience, both personally and professionally – strengthening their own skills and management abilities. Even more so, traveling nurses receive great pay and benefits in exchange for their flexibility, skills, and knowledge.

Local and Out-of-State Travel Assignments

Positions are available for qualified nurses both in your local area and out of state. You choose where you’d like to be. And whether you’re an RN seeking a first travel assignment or a seasoned traveler, Westways is the company for you.


Travel Nursing Benefits

Traveling nurses experience many benefits, such as excellent pay, flexibility, and the ability to choose where they want to work. Here are some specific benefits you’ll receive as a Westways Travel Nurse:

  • Top Industry Pay
  • Health/Dental Insurance
  • 401K
  • Direct Deposit
  • Daily Pay
  • Weekly Pay Checks
  • Holiday Pay
  • Referral Program
  • Private Housing
  • Travel Reimbursement
  • Completion Bonuses
  • Free CEU’s
  • Friendly and Experienced Travel Recruiters
  • Priority attention to all payroll issues
  • 24 Hour Service
  • Online Testing
  • Continuing Education Classes
  • Professional Liability and Workers Compensation
  • Over 30 years of nursing experience

*Benefits vary depending on assignment and location. Please call your local branch office for more details.


Your Ideal Traveling Nurse Job is Waiting.

We have RN travel assignments available for all acute care specialties. Get in touch with our team to learn more.

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