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TRAVEL

NURSE’S

GUIDE TO

OHIO

 

 

TRAVEL
NURSE’S
GUIDE TO
OHIO

OHIO BY THE NUMBERS

$60K
Average annual salary of a
registered nurse in Ohio

145
NUMBER OF Hospitals in the sTate of Ohio

28%
LOWER HOUSING COSTS THAN
THE REST OF THE U.S.
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TRAVEL NURSE SALARY

Ohio is on par with the national average for travel nurse pay. What does that mean to a nurse looking to travel? Travel nurses, on average, take home between 10% – 30% more than their permanent counterparts. Please keep in mind that travel nurses can land between, below, or above this range based on location and their specialty. Put into context, the average annual salary of a registered nurse in Ohio is $60,970, according to Nurse Salary Guide.

TRAVEL NURSE SALARY

Ohio is on par with the national average for travel nurse pay. What does that mean to a nurse looking to travel? Travel nurses, on average, take home between 10% – 30% more than their permanent counterparts. Please keep in mind that travel nurses can land between, below, or above this range based on location and their specialty. Put into context, the average annual salary of a registered nurse in Ohio is $60,970, according to Nurse Salary Guide.

HOW DO I GET MY OHIO

NURSING LICENSE?

If a travel nurse wants to obtain their Ohio nursing license, they must follow these steps:

  • Complete the Application – Licensure by Endorsement. You can either fill out a paper form or fill the form out online.
  • Submit verifications of licensure for your original state of licensure and a current state of licensure. If your license in your original state of licensure is current you are only required to submit verification from that state. Also, if your state provides verifications of licensure through Nursys.com please visit nursys.com and request that the verification be made available to the Ohio Board of Nursing. To avoid processing delays please submit paper verifications of licensure as part of your application packet.
  • Submit official transcripts from your nursing education program which led to initial licensure. To avoid processing delays please submit your transcripts as part of your application packet.
  • Register for a Background Check
    • Select Location
    • Choose Appointment Date
    • Create an account and input your data
  • If you live too far from a fingerprint retrieval site, order a fingerprint kit.

HOW DO I GET MY OHIO NURSING LICENSE?

If a travel nurse wants to obtain their Ohio nursing license, they must follow these steps:

  • Complete the Application – Licensure by Endorsement. You can either fill out a paper form or fill the form out online.
  • Submit verifications of licensure for your original state of licensure and a current state of licensure. If your license in your original state of licensure is current you are only required to submit verification from that state. Also, if your state provides verifications of licensure through Nursys.com please visit nursys.com and request that the verification be made available to the Ohio Board of Nursing. To avoid processing delays please submit paper verifications of licensure as part of your application packet.
  • Submit official transcripts from your nursing education program which led to initial licensure. To avoid processing delays please submit your transcripts as part of your application packet.
  • Register for a Background Check
    • Select Location
    • Choose Appointment Date
    • Create an account and input your data
  • If you live too far from a fingerprint retrieval site, order a fingerprint kit.

TRAVEL NURSE

OPPORTUNITIES IN OHIO

  • Ohio is home to over 145 hospitals.
  • There are fourteen Level I trauma centers.
  • Multiple large health systems including: Summa Health, Sprenger, Ohio Health, and Genesis Healthcare Systems.
  • 23 teaching hospitals such as: The Cleveland Clinic, Grant Medical Center, University Hospital in Cincinnati and more.

TRAVEL NURSE OPPORTUNITIES IN OHIO

  • Ohio is home to over 145 hospitals.
  • There are fourteen Level I trauma centers.
  • Multiple large health systems including: Summa Health, Sprenger, Ohio Health, and Genesis Healthcare Systems.
  • 23 teaching hospitals such as: The Cleveland Clinic, Grant Medical Center, University Hospital in Cincinnati and more.

TRAVEL NURSE HOUSING

IN OHIO

Our dedicated travel and housing team can help you find great housing in Ohio. There are two options available: company paid housing or receive per diems to find housing for yourself.

Ohio’s cost of living is 11% lower than the national average. So, what about housing? On average, housing costs are 28% lower than the rest of the country.

Here are some figures about the average cost of renting apartments in Ohio:

  • One-bedroom: 30% below national average.
  • Two-bedroom: 27% below national average.
  • Three-bedroom: 28% below national average.

Keep in mind that prices and percentages vary based on location.

Whatever the choice, MSO Ohio’s team is available to assist you with all your travel and housing needs. We ensure that your transition is as seamless as possible.

TRAVEL NURSE HOUSING IN OHIO

Our dedicated travel and housing team can help you find great housing in Ohio. There are two options available: company paid housing or receive per diems to find housing for yourself.

Ohio’s cost of living is 11% lower than the national average. So, what about housing? On average, housing costs are 28% lower than the rest of the country.

Here are some figures about the average cost of renting apartments in Ohio:

  • One-bedroom: 30% below national average.
  • Two-bedroom: 27% below national average.
  • Three-bedroom: 28% below national average.

Keep in mind that prices and percentages vary based on location.

Whatever the choice, MSO Ohio’s team is available to assist you with all your travel and housing needs. We ensure that your transition is as seamless as possible.