We recruit exceptional health care professionals from all scopes of practice for long-term care facilities across BC and Ontario.

We are committed to best practices in recruitment and retention. We rely on exemplary references and substantial experience in our consideration for new team members – but our number one focus continues to be human values and support for your health and safety.

We are among the top travel nursing agencies in Canada, matching passionate individuals with exciting assignments and great adventures.

If you are looking for a change and crave new experiences, travel nursing could be for you.
Travel Nurses are duly licensed Nurses and Health Care Assistants, who take temporary positions in high need areas. They work in acute, residential/long term care facilities, clinics and other facilities, to give the staff there, necessary reprieves. (yes, we call Health Care Assistants, ‘travel nurses’ too!)

If you are a nurse, you must have an unencumbered nursing licence and hold an active practising licence in the province or territory you wish to work in. If you are a Health Care Assistant, you must ensure you are registered with the registration body in that province or territory too.

The drive for travel nursing experiences is, a zest for adventure and learning, and, the higher than average pay. Some nursing staff gross over $10,000 per month in wages alone.

Our company also provides perks like, health care benefits almost right away, performance pay, working short pay, Quick Start bonuses, completion of contract bonuses and more.

Travel and accommodation are paid for, and many companies (like us for example) pay a ‘per diem’ which is money on your paycheque to pay for food and meals. We have a dedicated Corporate Travel Representative to book your travel and support your travel, 24/7!

We know Travel Nurses have their own set of stressors on top of the typical work stress, so we tee you up with our Clinical Services Coordinator (an RN/BSN) to debrief with you at least monthly. We also know travel nursing can feel a bit isolating at times, and to ensure we support your health and safety needs, a member of our clinical administration team is available 24/7 for any urgent matters that arise.

Remember, our company was invented by an inveterate Travel Nurse (Kris Stewart) who undertook her first travel nurse assignment in 1989 – when travel nursing wasn’t even “a thing” -and drove 3300 miles solo to her first contract, in a different country. The built-in traveller support was based on Ms. Stewarts years of travel nursing adventures which have included roles as defacto Nurse Practitioner in the Arctic, Medical Liaison Officer for the Swiss Air Disaster, and Medical Officer for the Canadian Coast Guard.

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