newgradtraveltherapy New Grad Travel Therapy | New Grad Mentorship @ NewGradTravelTherapy

My name is Kaleigh and I am a traveling physical therapist who started traveling after I graduated PT school. I feel that mentorship is incredibly important to new grads looking to start traveling. It has become my mission to help new grads launch a successful traveling career.

About Me

© 2017 by New Grad Travel Therapy             Contact me at contact@newgradtraveltherapy.com

Mission:

 

Empower new graduates

 

Embrace YOUR Journey

Raise the bar for mentorship in travel therapy

 

Create a source of accountability for the staffing industry for this niche clientele

Create a positive outlook on travel therapy amongst professors, tenured therapists, and facilities looking to bring on travelers.

 

Collaborate with new grad staffing agencies and recruiters to enhance the resources and opportunities available to new graduates who choose careers in travel therapy

NewGradTravelTherapy.com is happy to announce it's new affiliation with MedBridge! Through this affiliate program, therapists can receive more than a 40% discount to further their professional development while on the road. This is truly an amazing deal and something no new grad or traveler should be without!

New Grad Travel Therapy

Raising the Bar for Mentorship and Resources Available to New Graduates.

Only at www.newgradtraveltherapy.com

August 18, 2019

I’m sure I’m not the only traveler who has been asked, “Don’t you get lonely?”. I’m not going to lie, on my first few assignments 4 years ago, I was a little lonely. It’s only natural. Even people who don’t travel constantly for work experience loneliness every so ofte...

June 20, 2019

We all make mistakes, me included. As a traveler of 4 years, my mistakes have become less and less frequent, however, I recently made a BIG mistake!

Would you ever go to a foreign country without medication in the event you suffer food insensitivity or unexpected illnes...

February 17, 2019

            I can remember back to this time four years ago when I was finishing up the 3rd of my four student clinical affiliations. What a challenge it was to have my acute care clinical at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center in New York City. To be honest, throug...

February 4, 2019

This was my second APTA conference and it did not disappoint. After attending the 2018 APTA combined sections meeting in New Orleans, I knew I wanted to make attending this conference an annual event. While the vibe of Washington D.C. wasn’t exactly as lively and vibra...

December 17, 2018

Attending professional conferences is a great way to make new connections, learn about new legislation and/or programs, learn about new technology, and get continuing education credits required for licensure renewal. Learning about employment opportunities throughout t...

During my last assignment, I was fortunate to work with a diverse group of incredible therapists. With a staff of 80 therapists, it’s hard not to take away some great treatment techniques and new clinical reasoning skills. During my contract at New York Presbyterian, I...

November 23, 2018

Both current and soon-to-be traveling healthcare professionals can be hard to buy gifts for. Now that Thanksgiving has come and gone, Black Friday and Cyber Monday are here! My grandma already started asking me for gift ideas for this holiday season. If you are anythin...

November 6, 2018

With Thanksgiving only being 16 days away and Christmas only being 49 days away, all traveling healthcare professionals are beginning to make holiday plans. It’s only natural to want to spend the holidays with close friends and family, but what does that mean for your...

October 30, 2018

Taryn Wright is a new graduate Physical Therapist. Originally from New Castle, PA, Taryn graduated with her DPT in 2018 from Gannon University. Taryn chose to travel to not only adventure to new places and meet new people, but to work with many different clinicians. A...

October 21, 2018

Where do you see yourself in the next 3 to 5 years is one interview question every new graduate dislike and can find to be uncomfortable (at least if you’re anything like I was a brand-new grad). “I don’t know where I’m going to be in two weeks, let alone 3 years”, “I...

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