If you are a physical therapist, you must initiate the licensing process for the state of intended employment, including applying and meeting state requirements. You will need to take and pass the National Physical Therapy Examination (NPTE). Once you meet all the application requirements for the state of intended employment, you can register to take the NPTE.
- Successful completion of equivalent educational standards required of U.S.-educated physical therapists based on transcripts from source institutions
- A license to practice in the state of intended employment
- Strong communication skills, including comprehension, speaking, and writing
- Successful completion and passing of the required English tests
- A desire to live in the United States and to work in a fast-paced clinical environment
We will help you get placed in a U.S. region of interest to you. You can expect a two-year or three-year contract agreement with a healthcare institution. Our salary and benefits package includes competitive wages, paid time off for vacation, anniversary bonuses, and annual pay rate increases.
Our program offers assistance with all areas of adjustment as you transition to life in the United States. During your time with us, we will help you with essential tasks, such as: obtaining a social security card, opening a bank account, buying household items, and getting a driver’s license.
You will always have access to a Professional Healthcare Resources International representative throughout your time with us. We give you the support you need to ease into your new environment and feel confident in your workplace and personal life.