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Nurse working from home

Join our Team

We hire licensed Physicians, RNs, NPs, and LPNs in all 50 states.

Current Openings

CareTalk Health Difference

Work from Home

As a virtual care provider with CareTalk Health, you can work from the comfort of your own home.

Large Impact

As a CareTalk Health provider, you'll have the opportunity to make a significant impact on your patients' lives and experience the rewarding satisfaction of helping others.

Flexible Work Schedule

As a CareTalk Health provider, you enjoy the flexibility of choosing your work schedule.

Learn New Technology

CareTalk Health providers have the exciting opportunity to continuously learn and develop their skills by working with our state-of-the-art telehealth platform and interacting with cutting-edge remote patient monitoring (RPM) and medical devices.

CareTalk Health Onboarding  Steps

Kelsey Bader, Registered Nurse

“As a CCM nurse for CTH, I’m able to be there for my patients in whatever capacity they need at the time — whether they have medication questions, healthcare concerns, or they just want to have someone who cares on the other end of the phone. Unlike conventional medical clinics, we’re able to provide these services in the moment when they’re needed most — whether it be the weekend, a lonely holiday, or 2 am on a Tuesday. It’s such a rewarding opportunity to be the nurse that’s just a phone call away!”

Kelly McClusky, RN, APRN

“I love working for CareTalk Health because the company culture is phenomenal. Management really listens, and I feel like a valuable part of the team. The flexibility of working from home is amazing too.”

Amy Ahmad, Registered Nurse

“As a nurse at CareTalk Health, I am honored to provide care to patients via telehealth in a compassionate and empathetic manner. It is a privilege to connect with patients from the comfort of their homes and offer them medical expertise and a sense of comfort and support during their health journey. I am truly honored to be a part of CareTalk Health. CTH is an exceptional organization that values and appreciates the heart and soul of its nurses.” 

Beware of Recruitment Scams!

Protecting Yourself from Fraudulent Job Offers

We at CareTalk Health are committed to creating a safe and trustworthy environment for job seekers. Unfortunately, there has been a rise in recruitment scams targeting individuals looking for employment opportunities. Scammers use various tactics to steal personal information, money, or both.

Here's what you need to be aware of:

  • Fake Job Postings: Be cautious of job postings for positions that don't exist or those that misuse CareTalk Health's name to attract applicants. We only advertise legitimate openings on our official career page:

  • Phishing Emails: Don't click on links from suspicious emails promising jobs. Real CareTalk Health recruiters will always use company email addresses and never request personal or financial information through email.

  • Work-from-Home Scams: High-paying work-from-home opportunities with upfront fees or equipment purchases are likely scams. CareTalk Health will never require such payments during the recruitment process.

  • Recruitment Agencies Asking for Fees: Legitimate agencies get paid by companies, not job seekers. Be wary of agencies requesting upfront fees or guaranteeing employment.

  • Overpayment Scams: If you receive a check for more than the agreed-upon amount during the hiring process, it's likely a scam. Never deposit or wire money based on such instructions.

  • Identity Theft: Scammers may pose as recruiters and request sensitive information like Social Security numbers or bank details. CareTalk Health will never ask for such information during the initial application stages.


Stay Safe by Following These Tips:

  • Apply for jobs only through our official career page or trusted job boards.

  • Research the company and verify the legitimacy of the job posting before applying.

  • Never give out personal information or pay fees unless you are certain about the opportunity.

  • Be wary of emails with grammatical errors or generic greetings.

  • If something seems too good to be true, it probably is.

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