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No matter what allied healthcare discipline you work in, your skills are in demand. From physical therapy and occupational therapy jobs to speech-language pathologist and medical technologist jobs, in acute care and rehab hospitals, outpatient clinics, home care, schools, and long-term care facilities, Med Travelers offers a rich variety of employment opportunities for all allied health professional disciplines in all 50 states. Choose your discipline below to get started.
Cardiovascular tech jobs are at the "heart" of patient care, assisting other healthcare professionals in the diagnosis and treatment protocols required to help patients with cardiac or vascular conditions. At Med Travelers, we have a variety of allied travel jobs for our travelers to choose from, including the following popular cardiovascular tech specialty jobs.
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Cath lab RNs are advanced-level nurses who work with doctors and technicians to administer procedures such as cardiac catheterizations and angioplasties.
Certified occupational therapy assistant (COTA) jobs involve providing rehabilitative services for impaired patients, typically under the supervision of an occupational therapist.
CT technologists utilize computed tomography scans to diagnose injuries to the head, neck and spine.
Histotechnicians (HTs) work as members of laboratory teams, utilizing histologic technology to assist in the conducting of research and diagnosis of diseases by analyzing tissue samples.
Histotechnologists (HTLs) practice advanced clinical histology, including tissue processing, embedding, microtomy, staining and sectioning, and other similar tasks.
Medical social workers (MSWs) work to address and correct social issues ranging from disabilities, inadequate housing, child/spousal abuse, and more.
Medical lab technicians collect and prepare samples of body fluids, tissue, and related substances, and perform applicable testing.
Medical technologists prepare blood for transfusion, perform toxicology screens, assist in bleeding disorder diagnoses, and perform other related clinical tasks.
MRI technologists use magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) technology to diagnose patients’ internal diseases and injuries.
Nuclear medicine technologists administer radioactive pharmaceuticals to patients and monitor the function of tissues and organs.
Occupational therapists (also called OTs) help people with disabilities develop the ability to perform tasks needed for daily living and work functions.
Physical therapists (PTs) work with injured or disabled patients to restore function, increase mobility, alleviate pain and counteract permanent disability.
Physical therapist assistants (PTAs) perform a variety of therapeutic procedures for patients while under the supervision of a physical therapist.
Polysomnography technologists work with patients to diagnose and treat various sleeping disorders.
Radiation therapists use radiation to diagnose and treat patients with cancerous tumors.
Radiologic technologists work with medical imaging equipment to diagnose injuries and diseases in patients.
Certified and registered respiratory therapists (CRT and RRT) specialize in treating patients with breathing or other cardiopulmonary disorders.
Sonographers and ultrasound technicians use medical ultrasonography equipment for the assessment of various medical conditions.
Speech-language pathologists and speech therapists work to diagnose, treat, and prevent disorders related to oral communication.
Vascular interventional radiologist (VIR) job responsibilities involve treating patients using minimally-invasive, image-guided methods that avoid major surgery and inflict minimal physical trauma.
Travel employment opens up an exciting world of career development, résumé-building opportunities and adventure across all 50 states for clinicians at various career stages.
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