Getting your Louisiana occupational therapy license doesn't need to be a slog through swampy bayous. We've rowed through those waters already, and you can take advantage of our work by using the links and information here to start the process. As a bonus, we've gathered Louisiana OT salary information and links to OT travel jobs in the state, and you can contact the recruiters and support staff at Med Travelers for more help if you need it.
How to Get Your Louisiana Occupational Therapy License
The LA State Board of Medical Examiners doesn't offer estimates for license applications time lines, though it does offer an online process. Once you land your Louisiana occupational therapy license, though, you have a chance at the state's higher-than-average OT salaries. And since the cost of living in the state is well below the national average, you'll have plenty of spending money to enjoy historic sites, haunted B&Bs and the unique offerings of areas like the French Quarter in New Orleans.
And if you get bogged down in the process, don't worry. You can always reach out to Med Travelers for more information.
How long does it take to receive your occupational therapy license in Louisiana?
The LA State Board of Medical Examiners doesn't provide an estimate for how long it takes to get an OT license in the state. However, you can complete the process online for convenience.
Louisiana Occupational Therapy contact information
LA State Board of Medical Examiners
630 Camp Street
New Orleans, LA 70130-0250
Phone: (504) 568-6820
Fax: (504) 599-0503
Louisiana Occupational Therapy Salary Information
Being an allied traveler, especially with Med Travelers, comes with a lot of amazing benefits. You can earn great money while experiencing some stability and security thanks to housing stipends and health benefits, which help ensure you're covered even as you move from city to city on assignments. If you're looking at the Sportsman's Paradise for your next assignment, the Bureau of Labor Statistics pegs the average annual OT salary at about $87,410, and allied travelers can often make more than their traditional OT counterparts.
From delicious gumbo to the exciting ambience of festivals, Louisiana is a great place to relax on your days off and feed your body and soul. If you're considering occupational therapy travel jobs, consider exploring this state while making great money working with Med Travelers.