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TRAVEL

NURSE’S

GUIDE TO

WASHINGTON,

D.C.

 

 

 

 

TRAVEL

NURSE’S

GUIDE TO

WASHINGTON,

D.C.

WASHINGTON, D.C. BY THE NUMBERS

$73K
Average annual salary of aN
rN in WASHINGTON, D.C.

8
Hospitals in the sTate of
WASHINGTON, D.C.

42%
HIGHER HOUSING COSTS THAN
THE REST OF THE U.S.

WASHINGTON, D.C. BY THE NUMBERS

$73K
Average annual salary of a
registered nurse in WASHINGTON, D.C.

8
Hospitals in the sTate of
WASHINGTON, D.C.

42%
HIGHER HOUSING COSTS THAN
THE REST OF THE U.S.

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TRAVEL NURSE SALARY

In Washington, D.C., registered nurses make an average of $73,710 per year, according to Nurse Salary Guide. Travel nurses tend to earn around 10-30% more than permanent nurses. Remember that all salaries vary based on location, specialty, and experience.

TRAVEL NURSE SALARY

In Washington, D.C., registered nurses make an average of $73,710 per year, according to Nurse Salary Guide. Travel nurses tend to earn around 10-30% more than permanent nurses. Remember that all salaries vary based on location, specialty, and experience.

HOW DO I GET MY WASHINGTON, D.C.

NURSING LICENSE?

Follow these steps to get a Washington, D.C., nursing license:

  • Complete the application here.
    • You will need to provide two passport-type photos about 2×2 in size, your social security number, home address, and email address.
    • Pay the $230.00 non-refundable fee. Make the check payable to the DC Treasurer.
    • Mail application, all supporting documents, and payment to:

D.C. Board of Nursing
P.O. Box 37802
Washington, D.C. 20013

  • Email dc.bon@dc.gov with any questions.
  • Verify any previous licenses using Nursys. To verify licensures earned in territories that do not participate in Nursys, contact the state board and ask that verification be emailed to dc.bon@dc.gov.
  • If you have not completed a state criminal background check and FBI criminal background check in another jurisdiction within the past four years, you must complete a state criminal background check and an FBI criminal background check.
    • To do so, access MorphoTrust at www.L1enrollment.com or call 1-877-783-4787 to pay for and schedule and appointment.

HOW DO I GET MY WASHINGTON, D.C. NURSING LICENSE?

Follow these steps to get a Washington, D.C., nursing license:

  • Complete the application here.
    • You will need to provide two passport-type photos about 2×2 in size, your social security number, home address, and email address.
    • Pay the $230.00 non-refundable fee. Make the check payable to the DC Treasurer.
    • Mail application, all supporting documents, and payment to:

D.C. Board of Nursing
P.O. Box 37802
Washington, D.C. 20013

  • Email dc.bon@dc.gov with any questions.
  • Verify any previous licenses using Nursys. To verify licensures earned in territories that do not participate in Nursys, contact the state board and ask that verification be emailed to dc.bon@dc.gov.
  • If you have not completed a state criminal background check and FBI criminal background check in another jurisdiction within the past four years, you must complete a state criminal background check and an FBI criminal background check.
    • To do so, access MorphoTrust at www.L1enrollment.com or call 1-877-783-4787 to pay for and schedule and appointment.

TRAVEL NURSE OPPORTUNITIES IN

WASHINGTON, D.C.

  • Washington, D.C., is home to 8 acute care hospitals, according to the American Hospital Directory.
  • Washington, D.C., has 3 Level 1 Trauma Centers, according to the American College of Surgeons.
  • D.C. is home to the Children’s National Medical Center, the National Rehabilitation Hospital and the Walter Reed Army Medical Center, according to US Hospital Info.

TRAVEL NURSE

OPPORTUNITIES IN

WASHINGTON, D.C.

  • Washington, D.C., is home to 8 acute care hospitals, according to the American Hospital Directory.
  • Washington, D.C., has 3 Level 1 Trauma Centers, according to the American College of Surgeons.
  • D.C. is home to the Children’s National Medical Center, the National Rehabilitation Hospital and the Walter Reed Army Medical Center, according to US Hospital Info.

TRAVEL NURSE HOUSING

IN WASHINGTON, D.C.

Our travel and housing experts look forward to helping you in finding excellent housing in Washington, D.C. These statistics will help you get started:

In Washington, D.C., the living wage is $27,476/year for a single adult. Here are some statistics comparing Washington, D.C., apartment rental prices with the national average:

  • One-bedroom: 42% higher than the national average
  • Two-bedroom: 37% higher than the national average
  • Three-bedroom: 36% higher than the national average

Keep in mind that cost of living and apartment prices will vary throughout the district. Please feel free to contact us to ask any questions. We look forward to assisting you!

TRAVEL NURSE HOUSING IN WASHINGTON, D.C.

Our travel and housing experts look forward to helping you in finding excellent housing in Washington, D.C. These statistics will help you get started:

In Washington, D.C., the living wage is $27,476/year for a single adult. Here are some statistics comparing Washington, D.C., apartment rental prices with the national average:

  • One-bedroom: 42% higher than the national average
  • Two-bedroom: 37% higher than the national average
  • Three-bedroom: 36% higher than the national average

Keep in mind that cost of living and apartment prices will vary throughout the district. Please feel free to contact us to ask any questions. We look forward to assisting you!