Escaping to the tropics is even more possible when you get your Hawaii physical therapy license and take on a travel therapy job. While technical, the licensure process doesn't have to be difficult. We've put together everything you need to get licensed. You'll also find some information about how much PTs in Hawaii can make as well as options for assistance in finding a physical therapy job assignment in the island state.
If you need help once you start the process, reach out to us. The Med Travelers recruiters and support staff are standing by to help qualified PTs land great travel therapy jobs in Hawaii.
How to Get Your Hawaii Physical Therapy License
Once you have all the requirements, including exam status if necessary, the Hawaii Board of Physical Therapy can process an application for a license in less than 20 days total. Hawaii has a higher cost of living than many other states given the isolated nature of the island, but PTs in general make more money in this state, so it tends to wash out.
Plus, while you're enjoying that higher earnings potential, you're also living it up with easy access to beaches and some of the most stunning hiking in the nation. Hawaii's relaxed culture and unique day and nightlife options make it a great location for those seeking PT travel jobs. Everything you need to get licensed and get a job in the state is covered here, and you can reach out to us for help at any time.
How long does it take to receive your physical therapy license in Hawaii?
It typically takes 15 to 20 days to receive your physical therapy license in Hawaii. This is average compared to other physical therapy licenses across the United States.
Hawaii physical therapy contact information
Board of Physical Therapy
DCCA-PVL Att: PT
P.O. Box 3469
Honolulu, HI 96801
Phone: (808) 586-2701
Hawaii Physical Therapy Salary Information
Being an allied traveler, especially with Med Travelers, comes with a lot of amazing benefits. That ranges from the flexibility you need to complete your bucket list to health benefits or housing allowances. You can also make as much as 20% more than the average for PTs employed in traditional positions. The Bureau of Labor Statistics reports annual physical therapy salaries in Hawaii around $92,650 per year.
If you're ready to jet across the ocean to fill a travel therapy job in Hawaii, we have plenty of options for you to choose from. Find out more about how travel physical therapy work is managed, the benefits you can expect and how to get a job with Med Travelers today.