From Alaska to Texas to Washington, D.C., travel OT Kristel C. has crisscrossed the country and has loved every minute of it.
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Respiratory therapist Kimberly Young has a simple approach for turning hospitals into fans who want her back — she’s flexible.
Occupational therapist Anthony K. compares his career choice as a travel OT to getting paid to be on vacation. He hasn’t regretted his choice once.
Locums and traveling healthcare professionals often work the holidays, but you can still find ways to enjoy them while working away from home.
If you get a kick out of sampling different foods while visiting new locales and seeing new sights, being a travel OT might be the life for you.
“Having to stay on my toes and be adaptable to learning in a variety of settings never gets boring,” travel occupational therapist Nyla P. says.
Exploring, seeing new places, and trying new things make a satisfying life for one occupational therapist Mandie H., and a career as a travel OT is the...
Travel OT April K. loves the flexibility of travel therapy, because it allows her to pursue adventure and volunteer opportunities between assignments.
People become travel therapists for many reasons, but not many find the love of their life while on assignment. This is Jennifer and Matt’s story.
Physical therapists Brian Connolly and Kristen Cunningham took on travel careers to see new places, but it has also given them a new, wonderful, perspective on...