COVID FAQ

Emergency Response

Our main priority during the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic is to keep our healthcare professionals safe and well-informed. After much conversation and feedback from our travelers, we have outlined the most important information needed to travel. As the pandemic evolves, so will we. 

AMN Healthcare and companies, Club Staffing included, are facing challenges due to the coronavirus pandemic. We are making decisions based on balancing the needs of our healthcare professionals and clients, team members, and all others. We will be sharing insights and information as things progress.

Your Dedication Doesn't Go Unnoticed

Club Staffing would like to thank our healthcare professionals, clients, and all team members for the consistent efforts put forth daily during this pandemic. We especially would like to thank our allied travelers for caring for those patients in need during these tough times. The nation relies on providers like you. Furthermore, if you are ready to travel in affected communities we will need you to join our efforts!

Top FAQs

What if I need to quarantine while on assignment?

We understand how stressful the uncertainty of contracting COVID-19 is. We promise to support our healthcare professionals in every way possible. If you additional time to quarantine while on assignment, please connect with your recruiter to discuss the best options for your needs.

When can I return to work if I contracted COVID-19 and quarantined?

We follow the return to work policy that is held by your facility. You will need to refer to your facility's policy to regain clearance. If you have more questions, please contact your recruiter or customer support.

I have more questions... Now what?

Your recruiter should be able to answer many if not all of your questions. If you are trying to connect at odd hours, please call customer support. We have 24/7 clinical support for our travelers. We are ready to help. Please call 800-887-1456.

Considerations for Travelers

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) offers a number of resources for healthcare professionals that outline:

  • How to protect yourself, including hygiene practices and protective equipment
  • How to evaluate and report persons under investigation (PUI) for the disease
  • How to care for patients who have or may have COVID-19

The Latest from the WHO and CDC

The health and safety of our healthcare providers, our healthcare facility clients, and their patients are of paramount importance to us, and we will continue to monitor and respond to this outbreak.

For the most accurate and current information on COVID-19, we recommend the following resources: