Worried about leaving contract


I was supposed to start a travel nurse assignment yesterday I did not see a contract nor did I physically sign one but on Friday night the person I was living with told me I needed to get my stuff and get out as soon as possible for circumstances that had nothing to do with me I had no place to go and no money to even stay in a hotel so I had to leave and head back to Florida from New Hampshire I'm wondering what the consequences are of having to leave my contract I didn't have a way to get ahold of my recruiter over the weekend but I did in fact email them just so they would have it Monday morning when they came in explaining the situation and why I had to leave early I didn't work a shift and I feel absolutely horrible and I am just wondering if they can take my nursing license away I know I will not be able to work for the corporation Genesis anymore but I'm more worried about my actual license than anything else at this time can anyone please help

Has 33 years experience.

You did see a contract and committed, you just didn't realize it , as it was all done online.

It is up to the agency to keep you open for future assignments.

This would not affect your licensure, you did not accept responsibility for patients.

roser13, ASN, RN

6,504 Posts

Specializes in Med/Surg, Ortho, ASC. Has 17 years experience.

A whole paragraph - not one piece of punctuation!

If you did not see or sign a contract, why are you worried?


533 Posts

Has 7 years experience.

I don't get it. You had to move out, and your response was to give up your job and drive cross country? I think there is more to the story you aren't sharing.