Registered Nurses, Rehabilitation Therapists
and Medical Technologists
Our purpose is to improve lives and make healthcare work better. We enrich the lives of global healthcare professionals by supporting their American Dream. We improve the lives of patients who receive the expert care from our healthcare professionals. We create workforce solutions to make healthcare work better by connecting healthcare facilities with exceptional global talent. We are PassportUSA Proud.
“My life's inspiration was to come to the USA. I joined PassportUSA in 2017 and I want to express my gratitude and appreciation toward them. They are like angels without wings. I was deeply moved by their patience and expertise while answering all of my queries. I highly recommend PassportUSA to anyone who is a registered nurse." -Bini
“The process was surprisingly enjoyable and has paid off. Our system currently has about 100 foreign nurses on assignment through PassportUSA, and the health system’s managers give them high evaluation scores. Bringing international nurses onto their healthcare delivery teams is an important tool in our toolbox to ensure it’s adequately and capably staffed.” - Arlene, Director of Talent Acquisition, Leading Multi-Hospital System
We are a founding member of the American Association of International Healthcare Recruitment (AAIHR), and we have been recognized as a Certified Ethical Recruitment Firm by the Alliance for Ethical International Recruitment Practices. This means we are dedicated to delivering on the highest standards of ethical conduct among all of the organizations engaged in international recruitment.
PassportUSA is transparent in all employment contracts, including rights, responsibilities and obligations of both parties, as well as all known details of employment and duration of assignments. Providers are given the right to consult an attorney prior to entering into any contract. PassportUSA ensures that any material changes to the employment contract include the informed consent of both parties.
PassportUSA supports the Employer Pays Principle, which means that we are responsible for all costs of recruitment and we do not charge recruitment fees to the healthcare provider if they complete their initial assignment period.
PassportUSA is compliant with all US discrimination laws and provides a recruitment experience, and requires its customers to provide a workplace that is free from discrimination and retaliation.
PassportUSA pays wage rates that meet or exceed Prevailing Wages for all hours worked by the healthcare professional, including overtime, as required by the US Department of Labor.
Employment with PassportUSA is voluntary throughout the recruitment and employment process. PassportUSA believes that neither party should be stuck in an unsatisfying relationship. So, employment with PassportUSA is structured as an “at-will” employment relationship that allows ether party the choice to legally and responsibly terminate the employment relationship.
PassportUSA demonstrates respect for source countries by following their laws and avoiding harm to their healthcare infrastructure by depleting scarce healthcare professional talent.
As a practicing nurse in Zimbabwe, Tariro had been living out her dream of helping others. Her career had always fulfilled her on both a professional and personal level, but she couldn’t forget the urge she had ever since she was a young nurse; to practice medicine in the United States. Join PassportUSA RN, Tariro, and her family as they begin their journey to Baltimore, Maryland and observe the arrival support each healthcare professional receives through PassportUSA’s resettlement program.
Abby came to the U.S. from the Philippines to expand her nursing career in 2004 with the help of PassportUSA. Throughout the last 18 years, Abby has trained generations of committed nurses, first as a professor, and then as the Department Chair of Undergraduate Nursing in Cincinnati, OH. Most recently Abby has moved to Florida to fulfill her new role as the Dean of Nursing at a local college. Her story shows that the impact of a single international healthcare professional can transcend decades and add value to multiple communities.
PassportUSA had the honor of surprising, Guada, RN, with a DAISY Award at her assigned facility in South Dakota. The DAISY Award is a recognition program for extraordinary nurses and is a way to honor the incredible work nurses do for their patients and their families every day. Guada is a PCU nurse and was is was recognized for the DAISY Award for her continued compassion and mentorship.
After becoming a nurse in the Philippines, Sharmaine began dreaming of expanding her nursing career in the U.S. With the support of her family and friends, Sharmaine was able to achieve that goal with the help of PassportUSA. Join Sharmaine, as she arrives to the U.S. to begin her nursing career in Jacksonville, FL. and is greeted at the airport by her Arrival Coordinator, Angela, who is there to support Sharmaine as she adjusts to her new life in America.
A leading provider of U.S. career opportunities for internationally trained healthcare professionals.
Your decision to pursue your dream of a healthcare career in the United States is the only step you’ll take alone. We are with you every step of the way. Realize your American Dream with PassportUSA.
With long-term assignments and the option to convert to direct employment, our global health professionals can alleviate your chronic staffing shortages, improve overall employee retention and provide higher quality patient care.