Travel Rehab Nurse Jobs

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  • up to $4,515/wk
  • $2,017/wk avg
  • 109 facilities
  • 68 agencies

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Travel Nurse RN - Rehabilitation

  • Vibra
  • Oakland, CA
    • 3x12 hrs
  • Referral Bonus
Travel

$4,100/wk
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Travel Nurse RN - Rehabilitation

  • Vibra
  • San Bernardino, CA
    • 3x12 hrs
    • Days
  • Referral Bonus
Travel
4 days ago

$3,600/wk
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Travel Nurse RN - Rehabilitation

  • Vibra
  • Sacramento, CA
    • 3x12 hrs
  • Referral Bonus
Travel

$3,600/wk
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Travel Nurse RN - Rehabilitation

  • GIFTED Healthcare
  • Los Angeles, CA
    • 3x12 hrs
    • Days
  • Referral Bonus
Travel
2 days ago

$3,500/wk
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Travel Nurse RN - Rehabilitation

  • Pasco, WA
    • 3x12 hrs
    • Days
  • Referral Bonus
Travel
4 days ago

$3,478/wk
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Travel Nurse RN - Rehabilitation

  • Albany, NY
    • 3x12 hrs
    • Nights
  • Referral Bonus
Travel

$3,441/wk

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Travel Nurse RN - Rehabilitation

  • Santa Barbara, CA
    • 4x10 hrs
    • Evenings
  • Referral Bonus
Travel

$3,346/wk
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Travel Nurse RN - Rehabilitation

  • Vibra Hospital of Southeastern Massachusetts
  • New Bedford, MA
    • 3x12 hrs
  • Referral Bonus
Travel

$3,320/wk

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Travel Nurse RN - Rehabilitation

  • Vibra
  • Boston, MA
    • 3x12 hrs
  • Referral Bonus
Travel

$3,320/wk

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Travel Nurse RN - Rehabilitation

  • Middlebury, VT
    • 5x8 hrs
    • Days
Travel

$3,310/wk

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Travel Nurse RN - Rehabilitation

  • Middlebury, VT
    • 5x8 hrs
    • Days
Travel
11 days ago

$3,295/wk

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Travel Nurse RN - Rehabilitation

  • Middlebury, VT
    • 3x12 hrs
    • Nights
Travel
3 days ago

$3,295/wk

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Travel Nurse RN - Rehabilitation

  • San Francisco, CA
    • 3x12 hrs
    • Nights
Travel
10 days ago

$3,276/wk
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Travel Nurse RN - Rehabilitation

  • Louisville, KY
    • 3x12 hrs
    • Nights
Travel
7 days ago

$3,221/wk

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Travel Nurse RN - Rehabilitation

  • Arlington, MN
    • 5x8 hrs
    • Days
  • Referral Bonus
Travel
9 days ago

$3,217/wk

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Travel Nurse RN - Rehabilitation

  • Newton, MA
    • 3x12 hrs
    • Days
  • Referral Bonus
Travel
10 days ago

$3,177/wk

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Travel Nurse RN - Rehabilitation

  • Wauwatosa, WI
    • 3x12 hrs
    • Nights
Travel
7 days ago

$3,144/wk

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Travel Nurse RN - Rehabilitation

  • Middlebury, VT
    • 5x8 hrs
    • Days
  • Referral Bonus
Travel

$3,099/wk

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Travel Nurse RN - Rehabilitation

  • Wauwatosa, WI
    • 5x8 hrs
    • Nights
  • Referral Bonus
Travel
7 days ago

$3,092/wk

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Travel Nurse RN - Rehabilitation

  • San Francisco, CA
    • 3x12 hrs
    • Days
  • Referral Bonus
Travel
11 days ago

$3,082/wk
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Travel Nurse RN - Rehabilitation

  • Rochester, NH
    • 3x12 hrs
    • Nights
Travel
Today

$2,877/wk

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Travel Nurse RN - Rehabilitation

  • Rochester, NH
    • 3x12 hrs
    • Days
Travel
Today

$2,839/wk

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Travel Nurse RN - Rehabilitation

  • Charlotte, NC
    • 3x12 hrs
    • Nights
Travel
1 day ago

$2,610/wk

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Travel Nurse RN - Rehabilitation

  • Abilene, TX
    • 3x12 hrs
    • Days, Nights
Travel
Today

$2,391/wk

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Travel Nurse RN - Rehabilitation

  • Sylvania, OH
    • 3x12 hrs
    • Nights
Travel
Today

$2,223/wk

Travel Rehab Nurse FAQs

How much do travel Travel Rehab Nurse jobs pay?

For jobs available on Vivian as of Saturday, February 4th 2023, the average weekly salary for a Travel Rehabilitation Nurse is $2,017, but can pay up to $4,515 per week.

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  • min - $728
  • avg - $2,017
  • max - $4,515

What are the best agencies for Travel Rehab Nurse jobs?

The agencies on Vivian that currently have the most Travel Rehab Nurse jobs are Jackson Nurse Professionals (175), OneStaff Medical (95), and TotalMed Staffing (90).

What is a Rehabilitation Nurse?

Rehabilitation nurses are registered nurses who specialize in helping patients of all ages with an array of disabling injuries or illnesses. They help patients with severe injuries or illnesses regain their health and independence and/or help patients with permanent disabilities or chronic illnesses achieve and maintain maximum function. Rehabilitation nursing can be an incredibly rewarding career choice, especially for those with a strong desire to make a distinct difference in their patients’ lives.

What does a Rehabilitation nurse do?

Rehabilitation nurses provide therapy and comfort to patients with temporary or permanent disabilities. They educate patients and their loved ones about the techniques needed to help the patient develop self-care skills and move towards optimal health and mobility. A rehabilitation nurse also helps permanently disabled patients adapt to their altered lifestyles while promoting physical, emotional, and psychosocial wellness. Other tasks a rehabilitation nurse may do include:

  • Performing hands-on nursing care to achieve positive outcomes for patients

  • Developing individualized care plans and reality-based goals along with the patients, their families, doctors, and other members of an interdisciplinary rehabilitation team to promote overall wellness and maximum independence

  • Collaborating with the rehabilitation team to foster patients’ independence and achieve overall goals

  • Assisting and teaching patients to live with and appropriately manage their chronic injuries and/or illnesses

  • Preparing patients and their loved ones for future self-management to continue rehabilitation efforts

Where do Rehabilitation nurses work?

Rehabilitation nurses work in a variety of inpatient and outpatient settings in various acute to subacute rehabilitation facilities. These include general or community hospitals with or without rehabilitation units. Practice settings may also include outpatient rehabilitation clinics, long-term care or assisted living facilities, educational institutions, teaching hospitals, Department of Veterans Affairs medical centers, private practices, home health agencies, patients’ homes, and insurance companies.

What skills make a good Rehabilitation nurse?

Good rehabilitation nurses have the clinical skills and specialized knowledge required to effectively care for patients with physical disabilities, chronic illnesses, or disabling injuries. They’re skilled at using medical devices and other equipment required for various rehabilitative therapies and creating/implementing patient-centered rehabilitation plans with realistically attainable goals. Rehabilitation nurses are exceptionally well-versed in preparing patients and their loved ones for future self-care and self-management. They also possess effective oral and written communication skills to establish a rapport with patients and their families. Above all, these nurses are immensely skilled at being supportive and encouraging, possessing a positive attitude and an abundance of patience and empathy.

How to become a Rehabilitation Travel Nurse?

The first step to becoming a rehabilitation travel nurse is to become an RN by obtaining an associate or bachelor’s degree from an accredited nursing program. Graduates must pass the NCLEX-RN licensing exam, then obtain RN licensing through their state’s nursing board. While certification isn’t typically required, earning the Certified Rehabilitation Registered Nurse certification through the Rehabilitation Nursing Certification Board increases employment opportunities.

What certifications are commonly held by Rehabilitation nurses?

Rehabilitation nurses may hold BLS - Basic Life Support or CRRN - Certified Rehabilitation Registered Nurse among others.

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