Travel nursing in Canada
Explore Canada, expenses paid, without sacrificing your career
Oh, the places
Want to travel, expenses paid, without sacrificing your career?
Have you grown tired of your work environment?
Would you like to switch to a new speciality?
Temporary nursing jobs offer you the freedom you need to make your travel dreams come true, without forcing you to leave your career or give up your income. With higher-than-average wages and travel and housing paid for, it is finally possible for you to take advantage of this time in your life where you’re able to explore.
Working as a travel nurse in Canada allows you to go where you want when you want, all while building a nursing career in your preferred speciality.
Get higher-than-average pay while you travel.
We ensure your travel & housing costs are paid for!
Looking to switch to a new speciality? We can help.
Documentation, paperwork, insurance. All handled.
APPLYING IS EASY
Your basic application only takes 20 seconds. Why not get started today?
Select Medical Connections has had conversations with over 35,000 Canadian nurses since 1999, working with over 25 Health Authorities and Health Care Companies nationwide.
Our success as a nurse placement agency is due to our focus on helping you build the career and lifestyle you’ve always dreamed of.
Select Medical Connections’ travel nursing staffing services takes nurses where they want to go – both geographically and professionally. Work with us, we guarantee you’ll be glad you did!
Our pride & joy.
Vicki R, RN
Working with SMC since 2013 in Cold Lake AB, Smithers BC, Surrey BC, and more!
Kate F, RN
Working with SMC since 2012 in Grande Cache AB, Dawson City YT, Bella Bella BC, and more!
Working with SMC since 2011 in Grandview MB, Dauphin MB, Swan River MB, and more!
We are trusted by over 25 Health Authorities and Health Care Companies nationwide.
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