RN Travel Nurse

Healthtrust Workforce Solutions White Plains , NY 10606

Posted 3 months ago

HealthTrust Workforce Solutions offers Registered Nurses (RNs) job opportunities in leading healthcare facilities across the country. Why Travel Nurses Love Working with HealthTrust: When you entrust your career to HealthTrust, you embark on an adventure that will broaden your nursing horizons. We invest in our nurses and take the time to develop meaningful connections that last a lifetime. Youll have opportunities to further develop your skills, train on new technology, and work within one of the countrys largest traveler networks. The registered nurse (RN) specialties we staff include ICU, Critical Care, Med/Surg, Telemetry, ER, PACU, Labor & Delivery, and more at hundreds of the country's leading hospitals. When you're part of the HealthTrust family, you:
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  • Are matched with a dedicated recruiter who has your best interest in mindAt HealthTrust, we are inspired by those who selflessly dedicate their careers to improving the lives of others. For us, its all about making connections connections that are meaningful, lasting, and have the ability to impact lives. Youve already discovered your passion for nursing. Now let HealthTrust help you fulfill that purpose! Please note that certain requirements must be met in order to be eligible to travel with HealthTrustWorkforce Solutions.
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  • Current State Nursing License
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    RN Travel Nurse

    Healthtrust Workforce Solutions