Frequently Asked Questions

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Therapy Frequently Asked Questions

What can I expect from my recruiter?
At Soliant Health, we want to build lasting relationships with our therapists. Your recruiter is your career counselor and friend. He or she will become your “point” person for decision support, advice and career planning, and is always available for assistance.

How do I become a Soliant Health Therapist?
All you need to do is fill out one of our online applications or call one of our recruiters at 800-849.5502. We’ll get you started in no time.

What are the current requirements for traveling therapists?
You’ll need a valid license in your therapy discipline and the states you want to work, a current BCLS (CPR) card, updated physical and vaccinations, recent clinical experience in a therapy environment, and solid medical employment references.

How long is the typical travel therapy assignment?
Most Soliant Health travel therapy assignments range from eight weeks to nine months.

Once I have accepted an assignment, what happens next?
Once you have accepted a therapy assignment, your recruiter will confirm your start date, shift, unit and salary. A Soliant Health travel coordinator will make all of your arrangements, including housing, well in advance of your arrival. We will send you a package with all the information you need to start your therapy assignment.

How soon after accepting an assignment can I expect to start?
Your start date will vary from one assignment to the next because it is all based on the needs of client. Your start date can range anywhere between two to three weeks.

Where are Soliant Health therapists placed?
Practically everywhere! With Soliant Health, you can take a travel, temp-to-hire or permanent position almost anywhere in the country. We have therapy jobs all across the United States, in hospitals, rehab facilities, schools and local medical centers.

Do I need a license for each state in which I work?
In most cases yes, and you must be sure to be licensed before you begin your assignment. Your recruiter will walk you through the state licensure process for the kind of therapy you provide.

Once I'm licensed in one state, how long does it take to get licensed in others?
It depends; each state has different licensing regulations for therapists. One state may take one day while another may take several months. Your recruiter will help walk you through the entire process.

Does Soliant provide benefits for temp-to-hire placements?
Every therapist working a full-time contract assignment will be eligible for benefits. Once the candidate takes a permanent job with the employer, they should be eligible for benefits from their new employer.

How much money will I make with Soliant Health?
Your pay rate depends on many variables, such as your specialty and experience level, location and facility. However, Soliant offers all therapists a competitive salary.

How will I be paid?
Soliant Health has a weekly pay system, so you can expect a check every Friday during your therapy assignment. You also can take advantage of our direct deposit program.

How are taxes handled?
As your employer, Soliant Health withholds your taxes, so you don’t have to worry about the self-employment tax. At the end of the year, you'll receive a W-2 from every state in which you worked. Your recruiter can tell you more about how this works.

What happens once my therapy assignment is complete?
If the facility asks you to extend your assignment, and you want to stay, you can continue for as long as you’d like. Otherwise, you can choose to work with your recruiter to find a new travel, temp-to-hire or permanent position. It’s completely up to you.

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