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51 Companies That Offer Work From Home Nursing Jobs – Ultimate Guide

Work From Home Nursing Jobs

Work from home nursing jobs are on the rise as healthcare companies try to provide both excellent service and cut costs.  If you want to be a work from home nurse, the possibilities have never been better!

As a nurse, you may think that your direct care experience won’t be helpful in seeking a job that allows you to work from home. Fortunately, work at home nursing jobs are growing.

Though most companies that allow nurses to telecommute are looking to hire RNs, many hire LPNs/LVNs as well.

Many of these remote nursing positions involve telephone-based patient service or reviewing medical records.  A few work from home nurse job titles to search for are telephone triage, case manager, and medical records reviewer.

The companies listed will give you a great starting point to begin looking for these, and many other, work from home nursing jobs.

Be a work from home nurse! These companies have work form home nursing jobs in case management, telephone triage, and more.

51 Companies Offering Work From Home Nursing Jobs

1.  Aetna is an insurance company with multiple positions that allow you to work remotely. Some of their work from home nurse positions require you to be an RN, but others allow LPN/LVNs. They offer their employees continuing education, the chance to work towards additional certifications, and reimbursement for licensing expenses.

2.  Alere develops and manufactures medical diagnostic products. It isn’t always clear on the website which jobs allow the employee to work from home, but there are opportunities available if you have a minute to search.

3.  Anthem, formerly WellPoint, is a growing health benefits company. Some of the work from home nursing jobs can be found under “Membership and Enrollment,” “Claims,” and “Customer Service.”

4.  Best Doctors is a benefit that is offered by some employers and insurance companies. Their experts review medical records to provide a second opinion, or provide support to the patient in deciding which treatment option to take.

5.  Catamaran offers pharmacy benefit management that works to keep healthcare costs down by maximizing communication between patients, caregivers, pharmacists, and other members of the medical team. Most of their positions for nurses require a bachelor’s degree in nursing, and often the ability to get licensed in multiple states.

6.  Cigna is an insurance company with open positions worldwide. They hire LPNs, RNs, counselors, and other health professionals from a variety of backgrounds to improve their customer service and clinical outcomes.

7.  Express Scripts, a mail order pharmacy, has virtual jobs available in nursing, pharmacy, customer service, and other professions.

8.  Humana is an insurance company that hires in the United States and the United Kingdom.

9.  McKesson is part of the supply chain for many medical and pharmaceutical products. Their customers are typically businesses, not end users. Use the keyword “remote” when searching jobs from the Careers page.

10. PharmMD, based in Nashville, focuses on communication and collaboration between patients, pharmacists, and physicians. They don’t appear to have many work at home nurse positions currently open, but keep checking back because they do allow some positions to work remotely.

Search FlexJobs for even more home-based nursing jobs.

11. The Hartford offers a variety of insurance products and services. They offer work from home nursing jobs primarily in case management.

12. UnitedHealth Group is a health insurance company with multiple work from home nursing jobs. Searching for “telecommuting” in their career search brings up over ten pages of open positions.

13. SYKES hires registered nurses to work in their Telehealth department.  They also hire work from home nurses in Canada!

14. HealthHelp hires nurses to work from home as Clinical Review Nurse.  You must have a current license as LVN, RN, or LPN.  Thanks again to reader S. Smith for this lead!

15. eQHealth Solutions hires RN case managers.

16. Piedmont Healthcare has home-based positions for RNs and other healthcare professionals.

17. Altegra Health hires nurses and other healthcare professionals to work from home.

18. Find all remote positions at Molina Healthcare by selecting “Remote Employees” from the Work Location drop-down box.  Thanks to reader C. for sharing this lead!

19. Total Med is a healthcare staffing agency that contracts with clinical and non-clinical healthcare professionals. I’ve seen a Remote RN Case Manager position available with Total Med, among others.

20. 83bar hires work from home nurses as Clinical Contact Specialists. In this position, registered nurses consult with and set appointments for people with health concerns who need to connect with 83bar’s client companies.

21. BroadPath provides business process services to healthcare payers and providers. You can find work from home positions from telesales agents to pharmacy technicians.

22. WellCare provides government-sponsored managed care services. WellCare hires RN Field Service Coordinators to work from home, but travel within your area is required. Currently the home-based nurse position is open in select cities/counties in TN, TX, KY, and MS. Wellcare is also hiring a Remote Coding Research Analyst.

23. Genex is a managed care provided hiring Remote Telephonic Nurse Case Managers.

24. Highmark Health and its subsidiaries and affiliates make up an integrated health care delivery and financing system, providing health insurance, business processes expertise, and other services. Highmark is hiring Medical Case Managers to work at home in West Virginia. Highmark also hires for other home-based clinical positions.

25. CareCentrix manages patient care to the home. CareCentrix has work from home nursing jobs for a Remote Nurse Liaison.

26. Conduent provides various business process services to clients across 18 industry sectors. The company hires work from home nurses in several positions – Nurse Manager, Telephonic Nurse Case Manager, and Medical Information Specialist RN. All of Conduent’s positions appear to be location-specific.

27. Medpace provides full-service clinical development services to biopharmaceutical and medical device clients. They were recently recruiting for Nurse Clinical Research Associate with the opportunity to work from home.

28. BAYADA Home Health Care provides clinical care and support services at home for children and adults of all ages. They are recruiting for a Part-Time, On-Call Manager to work remotely. Bayada is looking for LPNs for this position who must reside in the Denver, Albuquerque, or St. Louis areas.

29. CVS hires for several work from home nurse positions, such as location-specific RNs for Telehealth.

30. If you are interested in teaching, Western Governors University has faculty positions for nurses.

31. OnCourse Learning delivers continuing education, pre-licensing, and corporate training. They recently posted a position for a Remote Freelance Writer for Radiology Nursing.

32. The Hospital Corporation of America (HCA) hires both RNs and LPNs to work from home. One of the titles I’ve seen for RNs is Utilization Review Nurse, and one of the LPN titles is Recovery Audit Specialist.

33. Davita hires RN Case Managers to work from home. These positions appear to be location-based.

34. Herzing hires virtual nurse educators in a variety of positions.

35. Children’s Health was started by nurses in 1913, and is now the seventh-largest pediatric health care provider in the country. It appears that nurses must be based in Texas for remote positions.

36. Corvel RN Medical Case Managers are both home and field-based with a specified territory.

37. Covance hires RNs and other healthcare professionals for home-based positions.

38. McBee provides managerial and financial consulting services to the healthcare industry. McBee is recruiting (as of the date of this update) for an Oasis and Coding Review Nurse to work remotely.

39. Mitchell International hires Nurse Case Managers to work remotely. This position is being offered in OK, CO, and TX.

40. Brown & Brown Insurance is recruiting for Nurse Case Manager who can train onsite in the Georgia office. The candidate must have a Georgia RN license, but the job description states that the company is willing to consider candidates in FL, SC, and NC in addition to GA residents.

41. You can be a work at home nurse anywhere in the US as a Care Coach with Catasys. Both RNs and LPNs may qualify for the position.

42. eviCore hires Clinical Reviewers, both RN and LPN, to work remote. Thanks to reader Sherie Robertson for this job lead!

43. Magellan Health hires for RN Care Coordinators and other work from home nursing jobs.

44. LifePoint Health hires pharmacists to work from home, and they are recruiting for a Denials Nurse position that is a “potential work from home” job. The Denials Nurse may be an LPN.

Work From Home Nurse Jobs

Telephone Triage Nurse Jobs

The following companies have jobs available for nurse telephone triage. This service is often contracted by doctor’s offices for after-hours contacts. Sometimes insurance companies have openings for this position as well.

When a patient calls in, the nurse listens to their concerns and symptoms and helps them decide if they can wait for a doctor’s appointment or seek immediate medical care.

45. Carenet nurses are there 24/7/365 for patients. They provide triage, remote device monitoring, and support for medical decision making. Their work from home position requires an RN in specific states.

46. Fonemed provides a nurse advice line, remote device monitoring, and emotional support for mental health. Their jobs require experienced RNs, with emphasis on emergency room triage and pediatric experience.

47. Citra Health Solutions (formerly SironaHealth) provides a nurse advice line with focus on general health information, self-care advice, referral to a physician or other health services, recommendations about how urgent a particular issue might be, and can escalate a call to emergency services when necessary. They employ nurses in specific states.

48. Medcor is an outsourced health services provider that hires Telephonic Injury Triage Registered Nurses. A period of on-site training in McHenry, IL is required.

49. Startek is a business process outsourcing company that hires registered nurses for telephone triage. It appears that this position may only be available for Colorado Springs, CO.

50. DuPage Medical Group is a multi-specialty physician group in Illinois hiring nurses for work from home phone triage. Candidates for this position must complete onsite training in Lisle, IL.

51. Community Health Network hires work from home nurses for phone triage.

How to Find Work From Home Nursing Jobs

Some companies readily identify their home-based positions, for example, here is how easy it is to find eviCore’s remote jobs:

Work from home nursing jobs example

All companies don’t make it as easy as eviCore, though. In many cases you will need to search.

When you arrive on company career sites, look for an option that will retrieve only the work from home positions, such as above.  If there is no such option, try these terms to help you find them:

  • work from home
  • work at home
  • remote
  • virtual
  • telework
  • telehealth
  • home based

This should help, but note that just because a position has one of these words in the title or description, it doesn’t necessarily mean that the position is a home job.

For example, if you find a position based on searching for “work from home”, when you click to read the full job description you may actually find that it says “this is not a work from home position”. The search will find “work from home” for you, but it may not always be what you expect.

Or you may find that searching for “virtual” gives you a result that means that you will monitor patients virtually, but you will still work on-site at your employer’s place of business.

Both of these scenarios are common, so read job descriptions carefully.

You could also try your searches with job descriptors, too, such as RN chart review, telephone triage, utilization management, clinical associate, RN case manager, etc.

More Home-Based Nursing Jobs


I strongly suggest FlexJobs for even more hand-picked and screened companies. Whether you are interested only in work at home nursing jobs, or if you are open to another type of flexible arrangement, FlexJobs has you covered.

Companies that Hire LPNs to Work From Home

These companies are already on this list, but I get so many questions about which companies hire LPNs to work from home that I thought I would mention them separately:

  • Aetna
  • eQHealth
  • HealthHelp
  • Cigna
  • Envision Healthcare
  • Bayada Home Health Care
  • Hospital Corporation of America
  • Covance
  • Catasys
  • eviCore
  • LifePoint

This is not necessarily an exhaustive list of companies that hire work at home LPNs.  I’ve seen LPN job listings from these companies, but it does not indicate that the other companies listed here only hire RNs.

As always, companies’ hiring needs change, so unless they say directly that they only hire RNs for home-based work, review listings periodically for LPN jobs.

Registered Nurse Case Manager

I’ve noticed during research that though there are plenty of job titles for telecommuting nurses, one that I see very often is Case Manager.

Though certification may not always be a requirement for case management positions, I have definitely seen some organizations list it as a preferred qualification. Either way, a relevant credential can’t hurt :-).

I noticed a conversation between two readers in the comments section that may be helpful if you’re interested in becoming a certified nurse case manager.  Thank you to Betty Garner for sharing these resources!

Commission for Case Manager Certification

Case Management Society of America

Work Abroad as a Nurse

I get a lot of questions about resources for nurses who want to work abroad.  This is not a comprehensive list, but these resources are a good start.

Keep in mind that if you are interested in working abroad, whether work from home nursing jobs or on-site, you need to check with the appropriate licensing authorities for the best information.

I hope you find this guide to be helpful!

You can find more options at the healthcare work from home directory page.

Please share this post with other nurses who can benefit from these work from home nursing jobs!


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Updated: January 8, 2018


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  • I’ve been a pediatric RN ADN for most of my 23 years of nursing. Some adult clinic. Bedside mostly press though. I have many years as remote telephonic triage. I have severe osteoporosis arthritis in knees and ankles so bedside nursing is no longer an option.

    I’d love to get into case management. As a telephone triage RN and having worked in clinics as well, I feel this is something I could do well in. However, most want a BSN. At 50 years old I have 17 years left before I want to retire and honestly do not want to return to college at this time in my life. I’m licensed with compact state license in Texas and California. I’m most interested in a position that is part time or a position that has room for moving into PRN no benifits as we do like to travel a bit. But I am willing to put in my time!!

    Pay is low for most telephonic remote triage nurses and pto is not what you are used to as a nurse. 2-3 weeks off a year.
    Some flexibility is important in my life but at the same time I’m the nurse that always volunteers to work Christmas! Team player. And easy going with a strong work ethic.

    Anyone know of a telecommute job that will hire none bsn and train for case management?

  • I am an LPN of 16 years. I have worked in a clinic setting 9 years out of 16. I have mgmt exp, supervisory exp, pre- authorization and pre-certification skills with insurance companies, pt. medication assistance, .I am familiar with FMLA paper work, Phone Triage, Diseases and disease progress along with teaching of the disease, follow up on Surgical procedures. I can no longer do work on the floor. i have had my foot reconstructed 2 times. Metatarsals broken 4, tarsomets dislocated 5, snapped ligament, lisfranc broken, base of foot RT, side posterior-ally broke, My bones are fragile and weak . The surgeon said I go back to running I will face another surgery. I am looking for at home insurance work near Northwest Indiana. The Midwest region. Any help would be appreciated I have to have a job.

    • I work for evicore as a Clinical Reviewer from home. It is a call center job. The expectations are high and the managers tend to micromanage. It’s a really tough job but room to move after you put in your dues. They hire LPNs.

  • I am a Field Care Manager (contractor) as well as an LPN, Legal Asst. Ret. USN. I have been looking for a telecommute position. I am mostly finding RN’s no LPN’s. I have been a nurse for sixteen years and no longer able to work in a clinical setting. (knees). I have worked corporate for five years before I became a Field Care Manager. Do you have any idea where I could be directed to companies that will hire LPN’s at home? I reside in North Carolina but willing to relocate.

    • Some of the companies listed here hire LPNs, such as Aetna. You will need to check each company’s career site to see if LPN positions are available.

      • Rebecca, i’m in the same situation. I’m an LPN/ LVN II, currently in bridging program to get RN. I’ve been a nurse for 36 yrs, laid on from my prior company after 19 yrs (work at home) due to company changes. I’m looking for a challenging position but lately the job recruiters that I have looking for me have no clue about UR, UM, Case management. Also now, there is so much political governance that companies are only willing to accept RN’s for any position, despite LPN’s, LVN’s have a license and also take state boards. I have sent out over 80 plus resumes with barely a response from anyone.

  • Thanks for the information! In general is there a minimum amount of required experience for RNs? Also are there are many opportunities in Southern California?

    Thank you.

    • Hi Mike! Each company will have their own requirements based on the position. If you’re interested in phone triage, Fonemed and Citra may hire in California. I suggest reviewing each company to see if there are open positions in California.

  • Good blog you’ve got here.. It’s hard to find high-quality writing like yours nowadays.

    I truly appreciate individuals like you! Take care!!

  • Hi! I have been a nurse for 20 plus years and shattered my kneecap 1 year ago. I was at a job for 12 1/2 years and now have become unable to fulfill my duties as a clinical nurse. I need a job to pay my bills. Any help to find an at home job would be greatly appreciated.

    • Hi, Toni. Sorry to hear about your injury! You’re definitely in the right place since these companies are known to hire nurses for home-based work. Start your search with this list, and let me know how it goes!

  • Hello,

    I looked through the site listed and perhaps I missed them, but I didn’t see any that offer NJ nurses work from home opportunities. If anyone knows of any and is willing to share that would be great.

    Thanks in advance.

  • Hello, I have over 14 years nursing experience from hospital to long term care as a floor RN, Multi Hospital Site Clinical Manager, Pharmaceutical Educator, Canadian Armed Forces Medic (8 years), Advanced Aeromedical Flight Nurse (6Years) and 10 years as a Director of Care with large long term care chains. As you can see I was a workaholic. I recently moved from Ontario (Canada) to Nova Scotia for a life style change for my young family. I am looking for any opportunity that would allow me to work from home either Part Time or Full Time.

  • Hi
    I m looking for work from home i have 2 yrs of experience as a dialysis nurse . Can you please help me find something , i would be very appreciated

  • I am presently on disability, and use s wheelchair, can’t do hands on nursing. I recently heard about from home and I know this is something I can do and not need to draw disability financially

  • Hello I am a nurse practitioner seeking to work from home. I have 5 years of experience in family family and 15 years of holistic experience.

    • Hi, Melinda. I hope you find something of interest with one of the companies listed here! You can also join the newsletter (sign-up with the download link on this post) for more job opportunities.

  • Hello all! This page has been really helpful 🙂 Does anyone know specifically any companies hiring RN’s to work at home in Washington state?

  • I am an RN/CCM with 34 years of experience in many aspects of Nursing.

    This scope of experience includes: Medical Surgical Nursing, Intensive Care Nursing, Emergency Nursing, Day Surgery Nursing, Post Anesthesia Care Unit Nursing, Medical and Surgical Case Manager, Oncology Case Manager, Utilization Review, Insurance Precertification, Hospital-wide Infection Control Nurse, and Hospital-wide Employee Health Nurse.

    I am a certified Case Manager.

    I would now like to work from home so I can be with my family more.

    I am very interested in learning what is out there for me so I can continue my nursing practice in a more stress free and comfortable environment to allow my performance to be even better and more focused on the tasks at hand.

  • Hi, I am an RN with ten years experience specializing in Medical-Surgical, PeriOperative, and Infection Prevention. I am looking for a part time or full time position that will allow me to work from home since my husband is in the Navy. I will be relocated every two years and would like to build time with one company. Thanks!

  • Hi I am an LPN for 4yrs now. I recently had a baby and am working full-time and I am wanting to do something from home. I have worked at a health clinic the last two years going on there third year. I previously worked at an urgent care for a year prior to that. I am very experienced with insurance as I have done many precerts. Help

    • Hi, Cassandra. Thanks for visiting! Take a look at each company career site to see if they hire LPNs. I’ve noted some of the companies that do, but it would be best to review each since criteria could have changed since the post was originally published.

    • There are quite a few companies that hire LPNs for utilization management work which includes prior authorizations. This is a good bet. I will say though that most remote jobs like these require that you are not your child’s primary cargiver during work hours.

  • Hi,
    I am an RN with 9 years of pediatric experience. I am planning on moving overseas next year to South America. I am hoping to find a telecommuting job that will allow me to work from home from anywhere in the world. I can arrange to have a US based phone number from my computer, so I can receive and make calls locally.
    Do you know of any companies that would hire me if I am not based in the US?

  • I’m looking for a part time, work from home position where I would be able to still take care of my 5 month old son. Do you know if there are any available?

      • Hi, Amanda. I’m not sure if any part-time positions are available, but each link leads to company career sites where you can find that information.

  • If anyone here has had any success in finding jobs working from home for a RN doing pre certs or clinical review or something with daytime hours could you please contact me. I currently live in TN and work for a medical call center doing triage from home. I love the job but wish I could find something with daytime hours. I look forward to hearing from other wonderful nurses who have been successful and has great opportunities. I am searching for this type work because I have a severe arthritis ankle and really don’t want to be crippled by working bedside 12 hours a day.

  • Hi, I am an RN from New Jersey with 7 years experience in mental health. I worked for a company called medassurant from home when I first graduated nursing school for about 20hrs a week, but after about a year they changed my assignment to the field. I completed chart reviews and extracted patient data. I had to leave the company unfortunately because I already worked full time and 20hrs of field work would not fit into my schedule a week. I would love to find another job from home. Does anyone know which companies have positions for mental health nurses from home? Thanks in advance.

  • Hi,

    I am a registered nurse in Western Canada, with eight years nursing experience. I also have my BScN. Just wondering if you know any work from home nurse employers in Canada?

    Thanks so much

    • Hi, Beth. If I come across employers that offer home-based nursing jobs in Canada, I’ll update the list. In the interim, some of the companies listed might hire in Canada.

      • Sykes also has frequent remote nurse positions. I have applied for one but they could not hire me since I live in Quebec. They hire in some but not all Canadian provinces. Good luck !

  • I work at at one of the larger insurance companies and I’ve been telecommuting for 7 years doing Utilization Review. Before that I worked 5 years telecommuting for another large insurance company. Generally the telecommute jobs require time in the office to train and show you are able to do the position, then you re released to work from home. The majority of the nurse jobs require you live in the state you hired in due to licensing (for example, if you work for the AHCCCS plan in AZ you must live in AZ and be licensed in AZ), although some positions are work in any state. It is rare to find a position that is work from home right from the start if you don’t already have experience to show you are able to stay focused and get your job done in a telecommute job. As I mentioned above, though, many positions will allow you to work from home once you have trained and are meeting the requirements of the job. Even if you have to find a position where you work in the office for a year or two,, once you have the experience in Utilization Review, Case Management, Disease Management, or Prior Auth, your next job is more likely to be a telecommute job. Good luck!

    • Carolyn, thanks so much for your feedback. The telephone triage jobs are home-based from day one, though Sirona does require a couple of weeks of training at their office. Those companies also accept nurses from several states (especially Fonemed). For nurses who are looking for positions such as yours (utilization, or case management, etc.), you give great advice about the potential of working on-site for a while prior to the job going 100% from home.

      • are any of these jobs available to LPN ?? I am currently in school for my RN but would be easier to do if I had more study time .. thanks

    • I work from home from the start by a company that is based out of Texas doing pre-cert and clinical review. I live in NC. My training was 2.5 weeks, very thorough, all online and through webinar, after training there is a 90 day probation period to ensure each nurse RN/LPN can meet their numbers, if not they will give you 1 on 1 training.

  • Hi,
    I am a lactation Consultant and would like to find a job working from home in the Telecom field. Do you know of any companies that are hiring Lactation Consultants?

    • Hi, Lue. Great question! Some of the companies listed might hire work from home lactation consultants. I also found a company called UpSpring that has a team of home-based lactation consultants. They partner with Doctor on Demand to provide services. I’m not sure if they are hiring now, but you can contact them. Thanks for asking!

  • Hello!

    I am looking for a job in the nursing field that I can do from home. I have been a nurse for 5 years and have worked in telemetry and medical/surgical. I live in the chicagoland area. any insight would be greatly appreciated!

    • If you are a Registered Nurse, you can find positions with any company on this list (there may be some location restrictions, though). Even if you’re not an RN, I suggest reviewing all companies, as some of them hire LPNs as well.

      • Can you email me the list? I am a 40 year experienced RN. I am looking for employment working from home. Multispecialty and Administrative qualifications.

        thank you

    • Hi, Nakia. I suggest looking for home jobs with the first 12 companies on this list; each link should take you directly to company career pages. I’ve indicated some of the companies that hire LPNs (like Aetna), and there may be LPN opportunities with the other companies as well.

  • Hello
    I work in GI now and do the sedation and recovery aspects of the job. Before this I did PACU and peri-op. I would love to work from home now, but when I look for jobs I can’t seem to find anything that includes wisconsin. I find this strange, as Wisconsin is part of the reciprocity pact and includes about 20 states I believe. Can anyone point me in the right direction? I have also looked at some of the sites that give companies, but does anyone know how to find a recruiter for this?

    • Hi, Tasha. If you’re interested in trying telephone triage, Fonemed hires in Wisconsin (they are one of the companies listed here). Otherwise, you might want to create job alerts on company websites; when there are openings that match your criteria, you will be emailed. If you haven’t already, visit some nursing forums to see if you can get additional insights about the type of home job you’d like.

  • Hi , really looking for nursing work that can be done from home. Based in Kildare Ireland any suggestions on how to access such work and does it even exist here.

  • LPN in Arkansas any advice on where to start in my area for any work at home positions. Been a nurse for 10 yrs and have many different experiences like pediatric, geriatric, psychiatric and hospice. I have a 3 yr old special needs child and really could use any help on where or how to begin to search for my area. I would love to be able to do it all from home but willing to make visits to the homes if needed in my area. PLEASE HELP thanks

  • I have 1.5 years RN experience and would love to work from home, I live in Ohio. I am currently in school for my BSN. I haven’t really seen anything, any thoughts?

    • It seems that nurses in compact states may have an easier time finding home-based opportunities. It doesn’t mean that there’s nothing out there, though! Forums like All Nurses and Mighty Nurse might have additional resources that can help you find a home job in your state. Good luck!

  • Hello, I am a RN with 4 plus years of trauma nursing and triage experience, and am wanting to work from home as a phone triage nurse. I live in New Mexico and havent seen much for this state. Any help would be wonderful! Thank you.

  • Thank you for compiling this list. I am an LPN and I am looking for at home work. When they say telecommuting, what exactly does that mean?
    Thanks a million

    • Hi, Tammy. The best way to get leads are to sign up for updates, follow me on social media, and check out the work from home job leads page (you will find all of these on the right-hand sidebar). You should have more leads than you can handle 🙂 Thanks for stopping by!

  • Hi I’m trying to find work that is completely remote that I could do online while I’m out of the country. I’m an RN with many years experience. Most of the jobs I saw listed still required me to come in at times. Can I work any of these jobs completely remote?

    • Hi, Dana. I’ve seen positions that are completely remote, but I doubt you will be able to work with any of these companies in a remote nursing job while you’re out of the country. Take a look at and this page at QuintCareers, and hopefully you’ll find possibilities in the country you’ll be visiting.

  • This was very informative and helped to eliminate a lot time expenditure that would have been spent trying to guess what words to use and the actual searching. Yet, from what all I have found, I haven’t found any if these kinds of positions being available or offered for nurses in West Virginia, which is where I live. I am a Registered Nurse and very interested in finding some positions like these in my area. Any help or guidance would be great and appreciated.

    • Hi Sheri. In some cases, companies may reserve many of their work from home nursing jobs for nurses who live in compact states. If you haven’t already, try the major insurance companies. They tend to have more job openings in various locations. You may have to search periodically before something comes available.

  • My aunt used to work as a telephonic RN for Alere and she LOVED it. She loved calling people for their health check-ins. This was 5+ years ago now, but I believe she worked with COPD and diabetic patients, and they were all really sweet and looked forward to their nursing call from her. 🙂 Thanks for sharing, this is an awesome list!

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