To all nurses, doctors and healthcare professionals:

AMN Healthcare would like to thank you for the dedication you put forth every day to support patients and healthcare facilities. The nation looks to providers like you, especially in times of need. We are calling on you to join our efforts in supporting affected communities.

We are in constant communication with hospitals nationwide and are working together to respond to COVID-19 while making your safety a top priority.

Recently answered questions

When can I return to work after a COVID-19 exposure or diagnosis of COVID-19?

AMN follows the return to work criteria set by your facility. The AMN team partners with the facility so that you can begin picking up shifts as quickly as possible once clearance has been obtained. Please connect with your AMN representative to learn more about your specific situation.

How do I notify AMN of a potential exposure?

We encourage our clients and out healthcare professionals to work with their regular AMN Healthcare representative to report exposures. If you cannot reach your representative, please call the COVID-19 AMN Healthcare Hotline at 800-887-1456.

What if I need and/or require a longer quarantine period while on assignment?

AMN Healthcare understands how worrisome and uncertain a diagnosis of COVID-19 can be. We are committed to supporting our healthcare professionals as much as possible. If you require additional days out of work, past the initial quarantined period, please connect with your AMN representative to discuss the best options for your needs.

If I travel, in-between assignment or while on assignment, what guidelines should I follow upon my return?

If you choose to travel while on assignment, to other states with a higher percentage of rates of infection, please refer to the CDCs guidelines on returning to your assignment location. The COVID-19 pandemic is a rapidly evolving situation and CDC guidance is updated frequently. Please visit our coronavirus information site for specific travel advisory information for your upcoming assignment, as well as keeping yourself updated on any travel advisories for your state or surrounding states.

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We need your help.

We are calling on you to join our efforts in supporting affected communities.