Traveling Cath Lab Jobs

Make a difference as a traveling cath lab professional

Through precision, skill, and teamwork, working in the cath lab puts you at the forefront of diagnosing and treating heart conditions. Want to expand your reach even further? Consider traveling!

Being a traveling cath lab professional isn’t just a job, it’s a lifestyle that merges your love for science and healthcare with the thrill of exploring new places. Not only can you look forward to working in diverse facilities across the country, but you can also anticipate refining your skills, working with different cath lab tech, and growing both personally and professionally. Pack your bags, buckle in for the ride, and let the entire travel journey be your next big exploration!

Interested in traveling as a cath lab professional? Browse travel cath lab jobs at outstanding facilities across the country and find your fit. 

What are traveling cath lab professionals?

Travel cath lab tech professionals work travel cath lab jobs in facilities across the country, from city hospitals to rural clinics. Typically, travel cath lab tech jobs last for around 13 weeks, creating a perfect harmony between adventure and stability.        

Heart whisperers of healthcare, cath lab tech professionals ensure every beat counts. These behind-the-scenes allied health professionals use cutting-edge cath lab technology to perform intricate procedures, from checking the heartbeat’s rhythm to placing stents, to keep their patient’s hearts beating strong, as well as develop a tailored post-care treatment plan for each patient. Traveling cath lab professionals take their skills nationwide and use their scientific savvy to diagnose, detect, and ensure heart health.   

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      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.

      Advantages & perks for traveling cath lab jobs

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      Competitive pay
      Cath lab techs are wanted all over the country. With pay transparency, you can see your traveler pay package upfront before you even apply.
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      A travel cath lab career means you qualify for a weekly, tax-free stipend to help cover housing, transportation, meals, and other expenses.
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      Don’t let the cost of licenses and certifications stop you from following your dreams. When you become a traveling cath lab professional, you can get your state licenses and certifications fully reimbursed by Fusion Medical Staffing.
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      Explore the U.S.
      From lively city vibes to the peaceful countryside, working a travel cath lab tech job allows you to experience all the U.S. has to offer and build a rewarding life. Healthcare travel is more than a job, it’s an entire travel journey of adventure, making memories, and bringing your skills to different corners of the country.

      Medical traveler compliance & licensure

      Working travel cath lab tech jobs is an exciting way for you to grow your experience, but what if your dream travel assignment is asking for certifications that you don’t have? Lucky for you, you have a team of experts helping you every step of the way. We’re here to help ensure you have the training you need and the financial assistance to cover the cost of licensing and certifications.   

      Licenses & certifications

      Licensing and certification can be confusing. It’s hard enough keeping up with the requirements of your home state, but now you have to get compliant for places you’ve never been. Work with your recruiter, compliance experts, clinical liaisons, and facility to double-check all relevant credentials required for all travel laboratory jobs.   

      Compliance requirements

      Compliance requirements for cath lab techs are essential checks to make sure your important information is up to date. Some of your compliance requirements are the same across the board, but there are others that will depend on your specialty in the cath lab.  

      The three parts of compliance:  

      • Occupational health records: required immunizations and health examinations  
      • Documentation: tax forms, insurance paperwork, and licenses  
      • Testing: certifications, online trainings, and workplace safety exams  


      How long is a typical travel cath lab job assignment?

      Most healthcare travel assignments last around 13 weeks (about 3 months). This timeframe allows you to dive into the rhythm of a new place, make an impact, and move on to another city. Alternatively, if you love your placement, there’s always the possibility of extending your travel job even longer.

      How much experience do I need to be a traveling cath lab professional?

      If you’re a cath lab director, cath lab manager, cath lab nurse, cath lab technologist, cath lab tech, IR nurse, IR tech, EP nurse, EP tech, or any other position in this field, you’ll need to first collect experience before you can travel. To officially change your job title to “cath lab traveler,” you must have at least 12 months of combined total experience within your specific modality within the last three years.

      How does travel cath lab professional pay work?

      Healthcare traveler pay can be confusing, so we’re here to break it down. How much you make exactly depends on your level and field and field of expertise, the location you want to work in, the healthcare staffing agency you work with, and the hospital or healthcare facility you work in. Made up of an hourly wage, housing stipend, and travel reimbursements, your traveler salary goes beyond a weekly paycheck.

      The main portion of traveler pay packages is the hourly rate, which encompasses a bill rate (what agencies can charge a hospital for your services) and a pay rate (what you pocket per hour).

      In addition to your hourly wage, you may also receive an optional tax-free housing stipend that covers the cost of temporary accommodation. If you opt for this perk, you’ll receive a predetermined allowance for housing every week. If you don’t want to find your own housing, you can work with our housing department, and they’ll get you all set up with move-in ready housing.

      Finally, healthcare travelers are entitled to reimbursement for select travel expenses, like mileage, continued education fees, or for certifications like Basic Life Support.

      Do cath lab travelers receive benefits like health insurance?

      Whether you receive all the benefits like health insurance depends on the staffing agency you’re working with. At Fusion Medical Staffing, our travelers have the choice between several comprehensive health insurance packages, as well as dental insurance, eye insurance, worker’s comp insurance, professional liability insurance, 401(K) retirement savings plan investment and matching, short-term disability, and more.

      Can I travel with my family or pets?

      Yes! Healthcare travel doesn’t have to be a solo mission — it can be a family adventure including your spouse, partner, kids, and pets.  

      Your loved ones are a critical part of your life, so if you decide to bring a plus one (or two or three or four) on your travel job, we’re here to help. From finding pet-friendly housing or researching accommodations with enough room for your whole family, your Fusion Medical Staffing recruiter is here for you.  

      Why should I choose to travel with Fusion Medical Staffing?

      We’re not your average healthcare staffing agency, we’re a ✨cool ✨ healthcare staffing agency. Aside from an array of exciting job opportunities and killer benefits, you’ll get personalized attention with dedicated clinical support, certification and continued education reimbursement, and the freedom to control your own career when you travel with us. We’re not just about finding you a job, but rather curating an experience that fits your vibe and lifestyle.  

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