Contact us to begin your Cross Country Travel Nursing Career
Travel nursing salaries are some of the highest in the nursing profession. Depending on specialty and assignment location, you could earn pay rates as high as $50 per hour. Plus, on many of our positions we also pay shift differentials and offer guaranteed hours.
At Cross Country TravCorps, we always look forward to hearing from you. Whether you have specific questions that weren't covered on our FAQ page or have comments or suggestions about our website — you can contact us! We're happy to provide any additional insight into travel nursing to help you get started as soon as possible. This could be the career opportunity of a lifetime.
All the contact information you need is listed below. Please don't hesitate to get in touch with us.
New to Travel Nursing? Call us here:
Phone Contact Information
Monday-Friday, 8am-6pm EST
Currently traveling with us? You never have to worry about feeling deserted while you’re on a travel nursing assignment with us. We’re available 24/7/365.
Contact information for URGENT after-hour needs:
Boca Raton, FL Office: 800.347.2264
Malden, MA Office: 800.343.3270
International nurses interested in travel nursing in the United States should visit the Assignment America website.
Need to get some paperwork to us in a hurry?
Fax all your information to the number below:
New Applications: 888.298.3146
More comfortable sending your documents by U.S. postal service?
Please use the address below:
Cross Country TravCorps
6551 Park of Commerce Blvd.
Boca Raton, FL 33487-8247
Healthcare Job Alerts
Through this service, your Recruiter can text you specific assignments that meet the criteria you have established with him/her.
For any patient care incident or legal situation related to your care, please call immediately. 888.235.3321 or 800.513.5635
- Severe wounds or internal injuries
- Sudden or unexpected death
- Birth related injuries-maternal or fetal
- Significant medication error
- Paralysis, brain damage, sight loss
- Disability like: amputation, sepsis, any unanticipated sensory, fracture or disfigurement. Systemic or neurological defects
- Any housing incident
**Discuss only with Cross Country Risk Management.**