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  • $3,799/wk avg
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Travel Nurse Practitioner - Neonatology

  • La Crosse, WI
    • 5x8 hrs
If this opportunity sounds right for you, give us a call today to speak with an expert Weatherby consultant for details.Willing to wait for licenseBC required24-hour shiftsFMLA cov ...
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9 days ago

$2,885-3,846/wk

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Travel Nurse Practitioner - Neonatology

  • Cleveland, OH
    • 5x8 hrs
Get in touch with a Weatherby consultant today to learn more about this and other opportunities available now.Must have active state licenseBC requiredDays, NightsBLS and NRP neede ...
Travel
10 days ago

$2,885-3,846/wk

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Travel Nurse Practitioner - Neonatology

  • Willoughby, OH
    • 5x8 hrs
Weatherby can help you build a custom career plan, with multiple positions available for you today. Call us for specific details on your future job today.Willing to wait for licens ...
Travel

$2,885-3,846/wk

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Travel Nurse Practitioner - Neonatology

  • Columbia, MD
    • 5x8 hrs
Get in touch with a Weatherby consultant today to learn more about this and other opportunities available now.Willing to wait for licenseDays, Nights, 12-hour shifts, Weekends, 24- ...
Travel

$2,885-3,846/wk

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Travel Nurse Practitioner - Neonatology

  • Houston, TX
    • 3x12 hrs
    • Days
  • Referral Bonus
Travel
7 days ago

$3,612/wk

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