Allied Health Travel Jobs in Maryland

If you're looking for an array of unique experiences all in one place, you can't go wrong with Maryland. Allied health professionals who land a travel assignment in this picturesque state can enjoy year-round mountain adventures, miles of beautiful shoreline and the attractions of Baltimore's Inner Harbor. Med Travelers has rewarding assignments for Imaging Specialists, Sonographers, Occupational Therapists, Speech-Language Pathologists and travel Physical Therapy jobs in Maryland that are ready to fill now! Check our roster of high-paid travel opportunities in Maryland or click the button below to learn more. 

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Outstanding Salaries and Benefits Are Within Reach 


Many allied health clinicians earn average wages in Maryland higher than the national average. Radiology Technologists, for example, earn an average of $70,530 per year, compared to $64,840 nationally. Travel assignments are also competitive. Permanent PTs make an average of $1,724 per week, compared to $1,700 to $2,200 per week for a travel PT in Maryland. Travel Cardiovascular Techs on assignment in Maryland can expect to make up to $3,000 a week while a travel RRT can earn a weekly income of up to $5,300 while on assignment in Maryland. 

Our temporary assignments include outstanding benefits such as retirement plans, life insurance, free CEUs, travel reimbursement, paid housing and health insurance. Find out how now!

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Top Allied Disciplines in Maryland

Med Travelers is one of the largest staffing networks in the Allied healthcare industry. Our team has access to an extensive database of opportunities, including exclusive travel allied jobs in Maryland.

Families Welcome!

You might think a career that involves travel is only for those going solo, but many of our clinicians bring their partner, kids and pets along so everyone has a chance to see the country. When you've clocked out from your shift, grab the gang and enjoy the many attractions of this mid-Atlantic state — dine on freshly steamed crab, see the wild horses on Assateague Island and give the kids a thrill at Six Flags. Med Travelers has a full team dedicated to making your journey stress-free.


Our housing specialists set you up with paid, furnished accommodation or a stipend to ease your move to a new city.  Our recruiters iron out the details of your assignment so everything's ready for your first day. And if you need to get in touch at any time during your stay in Maryland, our clinical managers are available around the clock. 

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Knowing the specific license requirements in each state is crucial to securing your placement. Find out what the PT, OT and SLP license boards require in Maryland, and we'll help you with the rest!


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