No, never. ALOIS Healthcare services are completely free to you.
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Legally reside in a NLC state.
Hold an active RN or LPN/VN nursing license in good standing.
Declare an NLC state as your primary state of residency.
Meet the licensure requirements in your home state. When working in a remote state, you will also be held accountable to the nurse practice act of the state where the patient is located or where practice occurs.
Healthcare facilities occasionally experience shortages in personnel due to seasonal fluctuations, expansion, holidays, and many other reasons. When this happens, they turn to travel nurse staffing companies like ALOIS Healthcare to recruit temporary nurses who can travel to their location to fill in for permanent staff.
ALOIS travel nursing opportunities exist in all 50 states, and in many specialties. Best of all, as a travel nurse, the choice is yours—you determine where you want to work, your preferred shift, and the type of healthcare facility you prefer.
Our travelers work primarily in hospital settings, ranging from large university teaching facilities to remote community hospitalsWhere does ALOIS Healthcare offer travel nursing assignments?
We offer positions in several states across the U.S. Whether you want to work in one of the nation's biggest cities, like San Francisco, New York, or Houston, or in a small town in New England, the Midwest or Northern California, we can offer assistance.
A nurse with a permanent residency in an NLC (Nurse License Compact) state already has a multistate nursing license and is eligible to work in other states that make up the "compact states." Current states included in the NLC include: Arizona, Arkansas, Colorado, Delaware, Idaho, Iowa, Kentucky, Maine, Maryland, Mississippi, Missouri, Nebraska, New Hampshire, New Mexico, North Carolina, North Dakota, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Virginia, and Wisconsin.
PLEASE NOTE: As the list of eligible states can change without notice, please check with local licensing boards to verify that your license is valid in different states.