Whether you’re an ER travel nurse triaging a city’s most urgent health needs, a travel speech therapist helping stroke patients recover words, or a medical coder helping hospitals protect their revenue stream, you help make the world a better place.
That makes our job, by comparison, really simple: we take care of you so you can take care of patients.
Taking care of you means finding you the assignments that work best for you and your family. It means having your back if a hospital isn’t keeping its promises. It means answering your calls on holidays or late nights — not because we have a quota to fill but because we care about you.
We could tell you here about our cutting-edge technology, which helps pair you with jobs faster. We could talk about our pay rates, which we work hard to keep high. We could tell you about our benefits package, which we’re pretty proud of.
But, the TotalMed Difference isn’t about stats — it’s about heart. And what we’re even prouder of is the many nurses, therapists, coders, and other staff that consider us family.
Ellen is absolutely amazing! I am on my second contract with her. My friend and I travel together and have had no issues with Ellen! She is always available, responds quickly, and is always there to help either get in contact or give me contact information for the people I need to talk with. She has been great with negotiating rates, assuring time off requests are met, and that my travel partner and I are all taken care of. Currently have two friends who plan to switch to Ellen at the end of their current contact. She is the sweetest and easiest to talk to and has made my transition to travel nursing amazing.
Very helpful and responsive in the search and finding a job process. Great at finding what I needed- dayshift. Good at checking in during my first week. He was not as present during the holidays, which is expected probably, but my contract was supposed to start the week of 1/3/22 and it was finally 12/29 before I heard back from him and Total Med that I’d definitely be starting and I had to be there for orientation ON 1/3. I’m a planner so that was kinda frustrating, but he’s helped me through other issues (me getting Covid) and other things right away.