As a physical therapy assistant, you’ve got so many options to work in travel jobs across the country. Whether your dream job is in the Pacific Northwest, in south Florida or anywhere in-between, there has never been a better time to explore the great options AMN Healthcare has in store with PTA jobs.
Travel Physical Therapist Assistants (PTAs) can expect to earn a wage between $1,100 and $1,800* per week. Just imagine yourself working in school-based, home health, or other clinical settings while enjoying DAY ONE benefits and a variety of other perks.
*Disclaimer: Travel PTA job wages are based on average rates and may be impacted by facility budgets and seasonality and may include a combination of taxable and non-taxable earnings and reimbursements.
How to Become a Travel Physical Therapist Assistant
PTA Job Requirements
Assist lead PT with treatment plans for patients with physical problems or injuries
Review patient medical history and notes from physicians or other medical experts
Report updates to family members or those who are serving as advocates
Document patient progress and help patients get ready for discharge
Helps family members with at-home techniques to use after the patient leaves the facility
Travel PTA Job Perks and Benefits
Complete licensing assistance to help you be successful
DAY ONE benefits packaging, including medical, dental, life insurance, and professional liability
401k retirement options
Relocation, housing, and any other experienced team members to assist you with any need
Bring family or pets along (just ask your recruiter for details)
Travel reimbursement to your new assignment location
Whether you are an SLP, PT, or OT new grad, you will be paired with a same-discipline mentor who has ample experience in your chosen setting.
Our Mentors Have All Been Right Where You Are
Our experienced clinical mentors have been in your shoes and can provide you with support and sound advice with regard to clinical, travel, and even lifestyle matters. Our mentors have learned how to successfully navigate their travel therapy careers and are more than eager to help you make your mark within the therapy world.
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