RN | Specialty: ER | Location: Woodsville, New Hampshire
Charming and rustic, tiny Woodsville (population just over 1,000) enchants with its historic covered bridge, lushly forested vistas, and friendly residents.
RN | Specialty: Med-Surg Tele| Location: Chesapeake, Virginia
Chesapeake is situated in the extreme southeast corner of Virginia, on the border of North Carolina. Local attractions include the Great Dismal Swamp, which isn’t dismal at all, but bustling with varied flora and fauna and year-round recreation opportunities.
RN | Specialty: ICU| Location: Elmira, New York
If you’re a Mark Twain fan, you won’t want to miss Samuel Clemens’s last home and final resting place here in Elmira. His study is now a landmark, open to visitors, and many other historical sites and buildings beckon the history buff.
RN | Specialty: NICU I| Location: Danville, Pennsylvania
Located along the Susquehanna River and named for its founder’s son, Daniel, Danville is rich in history and charm. Downtown’s Mill Street offers quaint shops and a variety of outdoor dining options.
RN | Specialty: Med-Surg Tele| Location: Bar Harbor, Maine
Billed as the gateway to Acadia National Park, Bar Harbor offers water sports, sailing, beachcombing, hiking, sightseeing, spectacular scenery, and fresh-caught seafood of all kinds (can you say lobsta?) in its many outdoor dining establishments.
RN | Specialty: L&D | Location: King City, California
Located in the storied and picturesque Salinas Valley, King City is a hub of agriculture and history, first made famous in American classics like Grapes of Wrath and East of Eden by John Steinbeck. You’re sure to enjoy nearby attractions such as the Monterey County vineyards and Pinnacles National Park.
RN | Specialty: OR | Location: Pueblo, Colorado
Pueblo, a former steel manufacturing center, is carving a new life as a lively and varied tourist destination. Foods of all types and tastes abound, but no visit to Pueblo is complete without at least one Pueblo Slopper, a green chile-drenched hamburger patty slathered with onions and melted cheese. It’s not called “slopper” for nothing.