Why Join FMCNA as a Travel Nurse?
The Freedom to Make an Impact on Your Own Terms
As a Travel Nurse for the Fresenius Travel Nurse Program, you'll have a unique opportunity to build your career in a flexible, autonomous environment. Working with new and different people and personalities, and with physicians and nurses from various facilities, will make each day an exciting challenge. Through it all, you'll make a profound difference in the lives of patients affected by kidney disease.
Top Compensation and Benefits
We offer the highest pay packages, on-site orientation for each assignment, and some of the best benefits in the industry. You’ll earn 1 full week of PTO for every 13-week assignment you complete. You’ll also enjoy free private housing, travel reimbursement, health, dental and vision benefits.
- Highest pay for travel dialysis professionals
- Free private housing with all the amenities or a generous housing stipend
- Paid time off and paid travel
- Referral bonuses
- Comprehensive health/dental/vision
Prospective Travelers click here to see a full listing of benefits and updated program policies.
Bring your passion for care to the largest provider of dialysis services in North America, and you'll have opportunities to do what you love most at any of our more than 2,400+ facilities and 1,200+ hospital programs. With all travel opportunities posted first with Fresenius Travel Nurses we'll offer you more assignments in a dialysis setting than any other healthcare travel organization.
You’ll enjoy great customer service, top pay and assignments across the United States, including Hawaii—and be empowered to make decisions with real impact.
Interested in learning more about becoming a Fresenius Travel Nurse? Please call 877-259-5259 to speak with a recruiter or complete our contact form and we’ll be in touch with you.
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Hear From Our Staff
Chris, Area Manager
"From November 2011 through May 2012, the Western North Carolina Region started four contracts for acute services in the greater Charlotte, NC area. To write the task was challenging would be putting it mildly. The support of the BioMedical Dept., Education Dept., and Inventory Dept. were priceless. The one crucial area of support we needed was nurses; we simply did not have enough to support the explosion of growth. That's when I turned to our Fresenius Healthcare Recruiter, Janeen.
Janeen completely understood our situation and was prompt to send the RN "cavalry" we needed! As the treatments grew each month (exponentially in one acute unit), I called on Janeen again for support. And again she delivered.
I realize the expense that our region incurred because we utilized this terrific resource, but when you are demonstrating to your customers (i.e., hospitals) that we are the experts they believe us to be and that we know all about hemodialysis, the investment in a Fresenius Travel Nurse is worth it! Each nurse brought their UltraCare Customer Service skills to the front lines and delivered exceptional care to our patients. What more could you ask for?
To the Travel Nurses who have served with us and still are, you have been nothing but a Blessing to our patients, our customers and to the rest of the Fresenius gang! With that said (written), I wish to give a heartfelt Thanks to the following Travel Nurses: Genene M., Michelle D., Ericka W., Mark and Holly H., and Corey G. All of you are a welcome part of the Team!"
"When I wanted to realize my dream of travel nursing, Fresenius Travel was there to make my dream a reality. Since I was already a nurse working with Fresenius, the move into the travel division was quite convenient and made it much easier to become a traveling nurse. The fact that I can move state to state and work with the same company, makes working with the Fresenius Travel Nursing division worthwhile, convenient and fun. I have been with the travel division for over three years now and have loved every moment of it."
The recruiters I have worked with in the Travel Nursing Division at Fresenius Medical Care have always been kind and responsive to whatever needs I have had as a Traveling nurse.
When the Travel Nurse Division first moved from Colorado to Massachusetts, I was a brand new traveler, but the staff in the travel division made the transition seem easy.