- Do you want to be close to family?
- Are you looking to avoid cold weather?
- Would you prefer to spend time in a bigger city?
- Do you enjoy spending time skiing in the mountains?
Deciding what goals you have for a new assignment and planning ahead will improve the experience you have. With that in mind, we’ve cultivated a few of the most popular destinations in each region of the country!Don’t be stuck at home this winter! @FreedomHCS put together a list with all the best places to travel as a #TravelNurse. Check it out! Click To Tweet
No matter where you are in this massive state, you’re destined to have a great time! Do you enjoy warm weather year round, an expansive city with an endless amount of activities, events to experience and an undeniably diverse culture? Southern California might be your place. Or would you rather be closer to scenic nature areas and the home of some of the best wine in the world? Check out Northern California!
Freedom Healthcare Staffing commonly has available positions in Berkeley and San Jose, which are both close to San Francisco! No matter where you end up in this state, it’s going to be a fun adventure.
If winter resorts are more your speed, Colorado is the place for you. This portion of the Rocky Mountains is home to more than a dozen ski resorts, including a few that are considered to be some of the best in the country. No matter where you live in the state, you’ll only be a day’s worth of driving away from some of the best winter sports locations in the country. Nature lovers are sure to be satisfied with the outdoor activities Colorado has to offer.
We offer assignments in popular locations such as Vail and Glenwood Springs, so be sure to watch for those! Want to experience a larger city? Denver is one of the fastest growing cities in the country and full of expansive culture!
Georgia is a great state for Travel Nurses because of its many excellent facilities and great job opportunities, and don’t forget the warm year-round weather! Additionally, you’ll never run out of things to do since this is a state that’s packed full of history, natural beauty, sporting events, theme parks, outdoor activities and delicious southern food.
For the urbanites, Atlanta is an amazing place to take a job or a day trip! Fun things to do and see here include the Georgia Aquarium, CNN Center and the Martin Luther King Jr. National Historic Site! Interesting fact…Georgia is the largest state east of the Mississippi River!What are you looking for in your next #TravelNurse assignment? Check out the list @FreedomHCS created to get you out of the house and on the road to the next adventure: Click To Tweet
If you prefer a northeastern area of the country, consider shipping up to Boston! Massachusetts is a great state for Travel Nurses because of its many state-of-the-art, high-ranking facilities. Did you know this state is home to around 100 hospitals, 9 of which are highly ranked? Freedom has offered positions at one of these hospitals located in Brighton, just minutes away from Boston!
Additionally, this is a state full of adventure waiting to be had. Whether exploring the immersive city of Boston or relaxing in the quaint town of Rockport — from mountains to shoreline — you’ll certainly enjoy yourself in this historic state.
Washington state is a great place to be no matter what time of the year it is! Home to two vast mountain ranges, the Cascades and Olympic, outdoor enthusiasts are sure to enjoy this state. For those who prefer urban areas, you can still see Mount Rainier from Washington’s biggest city, Seattle. This is a city full of sights to see, including the Space Needle and Pike Place Market.
Freedom has offered multiple travel assignments throughout the city of Seattle! If you’d like to get out of the city for a bit, you can catch a ferry over to some of the nearby towns such as Bainbridge Island or Whidbey Island. With more than 3,000 glaciers, Washington is also the most glaciated state in the U.S.
There are activities to do and sights to see no matter where you go, and that’s what’s so exciting about being a traveling medical professional. It’s important to have fun exploring what your city has to offer during your assignment and bask in the knowledge that you’re doing important work while getting to see pockets of the United States you wouldn’t otherwise. So, where are you going next? Check our Hot Jobs for your next adventure.