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Frequently Asked Questions About Working With American Medical Staffing

A: Contract and travel assignments are typically three months in length, full time, and can be extended in three-month increments.

A: Per diem means “per day,” and these assignments can vary in length. Once you’ve been cleared by our HR team and a facility where you want to work, you’ll be added to our active per diem roster. As you get cleared at additional workplaces, you can pick up hours at each as you see fit.

A: AMS pays you weekly. Every facility has its own method of tracking your time, and you’ll have that information before you start working. You’ll need to tell us your schedule and send in your time statements in accordance with the facility’s policies.

Pay packages vary by assignment and are based on the individual. We can customize your package based on what’s important to you: hourly pay, bonuses, reimbursements, meal and lodging allowance, etc. You’ll work closely with your recruiting manager to make sure you find the pay package that you need.

A: We offer benefits on the first day, including medical, dental, vision, and supplemental benefits. 401(k) benefits are available after 90 days of employment to eligible employees.

A: Chesapeake Medical Staffing, American Surgical Professionals, and FlexRN are now merged under one company: American Medical Staffing. You’ll receive the same top-notch customer service and attention to detail as you always have with any of these companies—the only difference is that it’s simpler. Learn more about our divisions here.

Currently, American Medical Staffing does not provide sponsorship via H1B, or any other Visa class. Most assignments require at least 2 years of related healthcare experience working in the United States.