Don't let getting your New Mexico speech and language therapy license cause you undue stress. Start on this page and find everything you need to get through the process. We've also put together some numbers regarding average New Mexico SLP salaries and some links and information on how you can get the right New Medical travel speech therapy job for your goals.
Whether you're new to travel work or are just looking for help getting work in a new-to-you state, we can help. Reach out to our recruiters if you need more assistance.
How to Get Your New Mexico Speech Therapy License
The New Mexico Speech-Language Pathology, Audiology and Hearing Aid Dispensing Practices Board can take more than a month to process license applications. The cost of living in New Mexico is lower than the country's average, which helps make up for the fact that New Mexico SLP salaries are lower than the average for the nation.
Carlsbad Caverns and White Sands National Park are only two of the extremely diverse landscapes you can view in the state, and there's plenty of other opportunities for exploring. This page covers everything you need to know to get your New Mexico speech and language therapy license or renew an existing one. And if you need additional help, please feel free to reach out to the staff at Med Travelers.
How long does it take to receive your speech therapy license in New Mexico?
It typically takes 30 or more days to receive your speech and language therapy license in New Mexico. This is average compared to other speech and language therapy licenses across the United States.
New Mexico speech therapy contact information
Speech-Language Pathology, Audiology and Hearing Aid Dispensing Practices Board
Toney Anaya Building
2550 Cerrillos Road, Second Floor
Santa Fe, New Mexico 87505
Phone: (505) 476-4622
Fax: (505) 476-4545
New Mexico Speech Therapy Salary Information
Being an allied traveler, especially with Med Travelers, comes with a lot of amazing benefits. From housing stipend opportunities to a chance to work with recruiters who assist you in planning your assignments to meet career goals, you can enjoy a number of perks. You might also be able to earn more than the average SLP. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, SLP's in New Mexico earn an average of $75,230 per year.
Thinking of exploring what the Southwest has to offer? Check out travel therapy jobs in New Mexico as a way of making that happen. Great pay and the potential to meet new people and enjoy new experiences are just some of the compelling reasons to work as a traveling SLP with Med Travelers.