Learn More About Allied Health Travel Jobs

As an allied health professional, you are on the frontlines providing patient care to those most in need. We are here to help you do just that. Our goal is to be a resource for all our allied health travelers, whether you need information about your next assignment, being a traveler, or protecting yourself from stress and burnout.

Your recruiter is one of your best resources when looking for allied health travel jobs and getting more information about different assignments. They can also help you iron out all the details for your upcoming assignment, such as what paperwork you need or even creating a bucket list of must-sees in the assignment destination. Whatever you need, our team of experienced recruiters at AHS MedStat is here for you.

Resources for Medical Travel Job Placement

Whether it’s your first travel assignment or your 50th, there are some things it’s important to know. That’s why we have created these valuable whitepapers that can help every traveling allied health professional.

Explore important topics about being an allied health traveler:

As a traveler with AHS MedStat, we also have some important documents you need for things like taxes and timesheets. Below you’ll find some key documents related to your employment with AHS Staffing:

  • I-9
  •  W-4
  • Payroll Dates
  • Direct Deposit
  • Weekly Timesheet
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Keeping Yourself Safe During COVID-19

Allied health professionals are the backbone of quality patient care, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic. We are here to help our travelers in any way we can during this public health crisis.

The CDC has some great resources on keeping yourself and your patients safe during the pandemic and reducing the risk of infection with the SARS-CoV-2 virus. However, we also understand that many healthcare professionals are facing higher stress levels during the pandemic due to staffing shortages and increased demand. Our travelers help relieve some of these issues by filling staffing gaps in healthcare facilities across the nation.

However, it’s important to take steps to protect your mental health and prevent burnout. Here are some stress-relieving tips to help you reduce the risk of burnout:

  • Try stress-reducing techniques like meditation or deep breathing
  • Take care of your physical health with a good diet, exercise, and healthy sleep
  • Use days off and time in between assignments to relax and recharge
  • Work with your recruiter to design a traveling schedule that allows work-life balance
  • Talk to your friends, family, and colleagues, especially if you’re feeling isolated
  • Consider talking to a therapist to help with your mental health

Our team at AHS MedStat is here for you. We understand your needs and genuinely care about you and your wellbeing. We are dedicated to helping you thrive and get the support you need so you can provide the best care to your patients.