The Professional Association of Nurse Travelers is the national association for traveling healthcare professionals. We are the leading voice and advocate for healthcare travelers in the U.S.
PanTravelers.org is the official website of the Association. Our site is the best repository of unbiased information available to travelers on the Internet. We provide professional development, tools, and resources for healthcare travelers found nowhere else.
PanTravelers had its beginnings as a discussion by a group of healthcare travelers in July of 2005. Our official opening date was May 1, 2007, appropriately enough on May Day.
There are many reasons healthcare professionals choose to travel, including professional development, financial growth, and personal adventure. The rewards can be immense. Travelers also face unique challenges and obstacles which can create stress and diminish the value and enjoyment of their experience. As an Association member, you are allied with experienced professionals. All the resources and expertise of the association are available to you, including valuable content, resources, tools, and services including legal aid.
Basic membership is free (click on Login/Register above). Click Here to see a complete list of content Basic members can access. You can also click the "Basic members" button on the menu bar to the left.
Dues paying Full members have complete access to every part of the Association website along with additional benefits and services. Membership is tax deductible for travelers. Explore and enjoy!
The Professional Association of Nurse Travelers serves as a comprehensive educational resource for Healthcare Travelers in the United States. Our larger vision is to improve the conditions for Healthcare Travelers, hospitals and patients. The Association identifies issues of concern to nurse travelers, researches solutions and defines standards that foster safe, healthy, and humane work environments. Universal Implementation of Compact State licensure for nurses and mandated safe staffing ratios are two such important issues that can have a positive impact on working conditions and patient care. As a 501(c)(6) non-profit, the Association and its members are legally allowed to lobby Congress and state legislative bodies on issues and laws that impact our member constituent.