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Become a new-grad traveler and get the job you want

If it’s an adventurous career you’re looking for, the Fusion Student Outreach team will help kick off your career with a new grad traveling medical job.

We’re one of the best medical staffing agencies for new graduates, with resources that will help you put your best travel-foot forward. You’ll be assigned a personal and knowledgeable recruiter to ensure you get everything (well, almost everything) you want from your assignment. This way you can focus on finding the ideal position and location. You’ll also have access to an awesome mentor to guide you through the transition from student life to a traveling career. They’ll be there for you as a resource and point of support as you go through your first few assignments.

Your future depends on your choices today, seize the opportunity!

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Medical Traveler Divisions

Nursing

Travel nursing is a great career option for nurses who want to experience traveling to different locations and learning about various nursing specializations while helping fill staffing gaps in hospitals and facilities.

Nursing Specialties

  • Med Surg
  • Telemetry
  • Psych
  • Postpartum/Mother Baby
  • PEDS
  • PCU/Stepdown
  • PACU
  • ICU
  • ER
  • OR
  • L&D
  • NICU
  • CVICU
  • CVOR
  • Sterile Processor
  • Certified Sterile Tech/OR tech

Laboratory

As a new grad lab tech, you’re an important medical team member that helps perform a variety of tests on blood, tissue, and body fluids that can be used to diagnose and treat patients. A career in lab is one of the best medical traveling jobs for new graduates and requires minimal on-the-job prior experience.

Lab Specialties

  • Medical Technologist
  • Medical Technician
  • Histotechnician
  • Histotechnologist
  • Phlebotomist
  • Cytotechnologist
  • Pathologist’s Assistant
  • Clinical laboratory scientist

Therapy

Travel physical therapists are vital in helping patients improve their range of motion and movement throughout their rehabilitation process. Whether a patient has a chronic condition, an illness or an injury, as a new grad travel PT, you can help facilitate treatments and preventions, so patients can lead their best physical lives.

Travel occupational therapists play an important role in helping patients improve their skills needed for daily living or working. It’s the only job that helps people do the things they want and need by therapeutic practice of daily activities.

Physical Therapy Specialties

  • Cardiovascular & Pulmonary Certified Specialist (CCS)
  • Clinical Electrophysiologic Certified Specialist (ECS)
  • Geriatric Certified Specialist (GCS)
  • Neurologic Certified Specialist (NCS)
  • Orthopedic Certified Specialist (OCS)
  • Pediatric Certified Specialist (PCS)
  • Sports Certified Specialist (SCS)
  • Women’s Health Certified Specialist (WCS)

Occupational Therapy Specialties

  • Gerontology (BCG)
  • Mental Health (BCMH)
  • Pediatrics (BCP)
  • Physical Rehabilitation (BCPR)
  • Physical Rehabilitation (BCPR)
  • Environmental Modification (SCEM or SCEM-A)
  • Feeding, Eating, and Swallowing (SCFES or SCFES-A)
  • Low Vision (SCLV or SCLV-A)
  • School Systems (SCSS or SCSS-A)

Cardiopulmonary

A traveling cardiopulmonary rehab specialist is a great career option for new grads who want to work with people who require support and education on their lifestyle after a cardiopulmonary condition, procedure or treatment.

Cardiopulmonary Specialties

  • RRT- Registered Respiratory Therapist
  • CRT - Certified Respiratory Therapist
  • Polysomnographic Technician/Technologist
  • EKG - Electrocardiogram
  • Perfusionist
  • Respiratory Care Practitioner
  • Dietitian

Radiology

Traveling x-ray techs, also referred as radiologic technologists or radiographers, are great positions for a new grad who wants to help diagnose patients with the use of imaging. By taking x-rays of specific and affected parts of a patient’s body, medical professionals can get a better understanding of what is happening below the surface.

We'll come to you (and give you all the deets!)

Fusion’s student outreach team visits universities (like yours), and attends conferences all over to stay connected and give you the resources you need to succeed in your field. We help smooth out the transition from school life to your future career. If you think your campus would like a Lunch & Learn with Fusion, let us know!

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Wyoming

Like No Place on Earth

Did you know Yellowstone is the first official national park and Devil’s Tower the first national monument? Or that the first dude ranch in Wyoming was the Eaton Ranch, and they coined the term “dude”? Take a ride through the old Wild West, scout out the United States' most diverse wildlife, hear chants from the Shoshone and Arapaho powwows, gasp at the bull riding during Cheyenne’s Frontier Days, and camp out under the stars.

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Popular Destinations

Check out the five most popular places for traveling nurses. Each area listed below is unique to our travelers and offers a wide variety of experiences.

Choose where you go

With opportunities for travelers all over the country, we’ve selected areas with the most popular medical traveling jobs to help you find your best fit.

FAQs

How soon should I reach out to Fusion if I’m interested in Travel Careers?

Right away! It’s never too early to start planning out your career. Our Student Outreach Team is here to educate you on all aspects of traveling as a New Grad, and guide you in the right direction.

I'm interested! How do I connect with someone?

Reach out to us at [email protected] to learn more about what we offer for first-time healthcare travelers.

New places. New perks.

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