Provider Frequently Asked Questions
FleetNurse is a mobile software that connects healthcare professionals directly to healthcare facilities who need to staff shifts on short notice.
As a FleetNurse healthcare professional, you have access to open per diem shifts at local facilities in your area. You will receive shift notifications via the FleetNurse app. You have the power to accept or deny these shifts. All shifts are per diem, allowing you to keep your full-time or part-time jobs.
FleetNurse is meant to provide you with supplemental income on a schedule that fits you.
The credentialing process on average takes about two weeks. Most of it is done via mobile phone on the FleetNurse app. The quicker you upload your documents, the quicker the process can be completed.
Some facilities require in-person orientation. If they do require an orientation, these hours will be PAID.
Nope! There are no minimum hours to work. You simply accept or decline the shifts that you want. You can work one shift a month or one shift every day.
On average, the hourly wages are 1.5 to 2 X higher than the average hourly rate of your position in your city. It’s dependent on how soon the requesting facility needs the shift filled. Meaning wages will be higher at a 2-hour notice vs 48 hours notice.
No. FleetNurse will cover those fees for you. We will only order these after you have uploaded all required documents and FleetNurse approves them.
You will be notified of open shifts in your area through a notification on your FleetNurse app once you’ve completed the credentialing process. All shifts are FIRST COME FIRST SERVE. So if you see an open shift that you want to work, you will have to accept it before someone else in your area picks it up.
No. We do not provide gas mileage or other traveling expenses because FleetNurse is not a travel staffing agency. All shifts are meant to be local to you, therefore not requiring you to travel very far distances.
Shifts that are per diem are all PRN. You can work shifts that fit with your schedule. For any contract work, you get to decide which contracts to accept.
All shifts pay premium wages.
A W-9 form is the tax form used by all independent contractors. As a FleetNurse provider, you are considered an independent contractor. You will receive a 1099 tax form from FleetNurse by the end of January 31st from Quickbooks. This will be mailed to the physical address that you put on your W-9.
Yes! FleetNurse is not meant to be your main source of income. We provide you with per diem shifts to supplement your income. If you receive a shift notification on the FleetNurse app, you are not required to accept it. Pick up shifts that work with your schedule.
FleetNurse may have short-term placement work available.
Yes! If you are in the Houston area and have critical care experience, you can apply to do a 13-week crisis response position at a hospital in the Texas Medical Center.
For other regions, please inquire for more information as it can change daily.
If you are interested and would like more details, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.