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American Mobile Healthcare Overview

San Diego, CA
1001 to 5000 employees
Subsidiary or Business Segment
Health Care Services & Hospitals
Unknown / Non-Applicable

Working at American Mobile Healthcare

There's a reason why more facilities and RNs choose to work with the industry leader. With trusted choices, security and stability, American Mobile Healthcare has become the company nurses and hospitals know they can count on. In an uncertain economy, you want ... Read more

Mission: American Mobile offers RN job seekers and healthcare employers unparalleled customer service and a dedication to nurse career development.

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    I have been working at American Mobile Healthcare full-time (Less than a year)


    Great recruiter, good pay, nice assignments


    Cannot take off more than 3 weeks without health insurance being canceled. 3 weeks is a short period of time when you have been travel nursing for 18 months.

    Advice to Management

    1. Change the 3-week rule on the health insurance. I have been with AMN for a year now and this may determine how much longer I will be employed here. By the time I finish my contracts I will have worked for AMN for 18 months. 2. Make AMN a little softer and warmer. Send each traveler a small gratification gift (AMN Lapel Pin?) from AMN with a card saying "We are glad you are part of AMN" I am a nurse manager; I understand nurses. This would improve the relationship with AMN. They have a good relationship with their recruiter, but "AMN" is like a big cloud where the money is distributed. A marketing strategy like this could improve that relationship. 3. Give Ben Peterson a raise. This guy works really hard for his clients; if there is ever an issue, he is all over it. He will make it right. I have seen the greener pastures. Ben has kept me from jumping the fence.

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American Mobile Healthcare Photos

American Mobile Healthcare photo of: American Mobile has 30 years of direct experience connecting RNs with the most desirable healthcare jobs in the United States. Want to visit the Big Apple? Enjoy an assignment in popular Brooklyn!
American Mobile Healthcare photo of: While on assignment in Washington, D.C. with American Mobile Healthcare, Jen Burkholder, R.N., found herself as the nurse to a very close friend Hillary Rodham Clinton.
American Mobile Healthcare photo of: An American Mobile traveler in the Luray Caverns while on assignment in Washington, D.C.
American Mobile Healthcare photo of: Our dare-devil travel nurse!
American Mobile Healthcare photo of: AMH traveler, Paul, trying dog sledding on assignment in Alaska
American Mobile Healthcare photo of: ICU RN, Allison, on her travel nursing adventure!
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American Mobile Healthcare Interviews



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    I applied through a recruiter. The process took 5 days. I interviewed at American Mobile Healthcare.


    Quick. Some contracts don't even require one-on-one phone interviews. For select hospitals you call into a voicemail line and answer questions to a pre-recorded voice and they offer jobs simply off of that.

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