Though the COVID-19 curve is flattening, we are far from past it. And as people become a little less cautious, many who had been ignoring health problems or postponing checkups and procedures will begin to flood back into the healthcare system. All of which is to say, demand remains high for rapid response nurses.
RN | Specialty: ICU | Location: Springfield, Massachusetts
If you’re looking for a true New England experience that’s a little more off-the-beaten-path, this ‘City of Firsts’ should be first on your list of cities to visit.
RN | Specialty: ICU | Location: Bar Harbor, Maine
This famous summer colony, gateway to Acadia National Park, is an exceedingly picturesque coastal town with plenty to explore.
RN | Specialty: ER | Location: Plattsburgh, New York
Nestled between the Adirondack Mountains and magnificent Lake Chaplain, Plattsburgh lets you get away from it all while still remaining busy.
RN | Specialty: ER | Location: Lawrence, Massachusetts
Located twenty-five miles north of Boston, Lawrence has earned its nickname “the Immigrant City” to become a true melting pot in the American tradition.
RN | Specialty: Med Surg | Location: Springfield, Massachusetts
Springfield is also known as the ‘City of Homes’ for its varied and beautiful architecture, making a walk through its neighborhoods and parks a real treat.
RN | Specialty: Med Surg | Location: Scranton, PA
Scranton may be famous to many as Joe Biden’s hometown and the setting of The Office, but Scranton is rich with both big-city history and small-town charm.