Jackson Therapy Partners, an award-winning therapy and allied health staffing agency, announced that its president, Bobbi Henson, has been named the 2023 “Orlando Woman of the Year” by the National Diversity Council, a nonprofit organization championing diversity and inclusion across the county. The prestigious distinction recognizes Henson’s professional excellence and consistent leadership as a role model and mentor for other women. Each year, this awards program honors women serving as courageous leaders, who demonstrate the importance of speaking and acting in the spirit of collaboration and lead the charge in promoting and empowering other women as leaders and innovators.
As a physical therapist you're surrounded by job opportunities, and having your PT Compact license opens you up to an even bigger world of opportunity. The compact license allows you to quickly apply for jobs in multiple states across the country without having to apply for a state licensure first, since you already have permission to practice there! The PT Compact streamlines the licensing process so you don't have to juggle the requirements or cost of each state individually. Learn more about getting a compact state license as a physical therapist:
No matter what travel therapy or allied agency you work for, it's crucial that you work with a healthcare recruiter who truly understands you. Your recruiter is the point of contact for almost anything, you can ask questions about your contract, get help with benefits or timesheets, vent to them after a particularly rough shift, and so much more. Working with a recruiter whose personality meshes well with yours is an integral key to having a successful travel career. You need a recruiter who takes the time to get to know you, your job goals, personalizes your job search, and connects you with assignments in facilities and locations that are based on your wants or needs. These are 5 signs that your healthcare recruiter is a perfect fit for you:
Florida is one of the most popular destinations for among travelers. Between the beautiful beaches, picturesque weather all year, and no state income taxes, Florida is top location for solo travelers, travelers who bring the whole family, or anyone in between! With so many theme parks, tourist attractions, and professional sports teams, your time in the Sunshine State can get costly quickly. That doesn't have to be the case, though! Check out these ideas for free and fun activities you can find in Florida (besides visiting a beach because, duh):