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Male Nurses Earn Up to 100 Percent More in Travel Nursing Jobs   Combine the Words 'Dream Job' and 'Travel Nursing' for Satisfaction and Career Stability   Aging Nurses Rejuvenated by Traveling Nurse Opportunities of American Traveler
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American Traveler is Proud to have Staffed Over 75% of the Facilities Ranked "America's Best Hospitals" by U.S. News & World Report

U.S. News & World Report Best Hospitals - 2006

U.S. News & World Report Best Health

U.S. News & World Report Best Health

American Traveler offers an abundance of assignments at the nation’s top facilities. If you are interested in experiencing a travel assignment at one of the exceptional hospitals we staff, please click here.  What better way to build up your resume than having worked at one of the most prestigious facilities in the nation.  So, what are you waiting for?  Call us at 800-884-8788 or email us today at … we are excited to help you achieve your goals!

The mission of U.S. News & World Report for the last 17 years has been to categorize institutions that deal with the toughest procedures and conditions and utilize the latest advances in healthcare.

Honor Roll

Out of 5,189 hospitals, only 3 percent, 176 in all, are ranked in one or more of the 16 specialties in this year's "America's Best Hospitals." And of those, just 14 qualified for the Honor Roll by ranking at or near the top in at least six specialties—a demonstration of broad expertise.

Johns Hopkins Hospital,
Barnes-Jewish Hospital/Washington University,
St. Louis
30 points in 15 specialties 16 points in 10 specialties
Mayo Clinic,
Rochester, Minn.
University of California,
San Francisco Medical Center
26 points in 13 specialties 14 points in 9 specialties
Cleveland Clinic University of Washington Medical Center,
23 points in 12 specialties 13 points in 8 specialties
Massachusetts General Hospital,
Brigham and Women's Hospital,
21 points in 11 specialties 12 points in 9 specialties
UCLA Medical Center,
Los Angeles
University of Michigan Hospitals
and Health System, Ann Arbor
20 points in 13 specialties 11 points in 9 specialties
New York-Presbyterian Univ. Hosp.
of Columbia and Cornell
Stanford Hospital and Clinics,
Stanford, CA
18 points in 11 specialties 8 points in 7 specialties
Duke University Medical Center,
Durham, NC
University of Pittsburgh
Medical Center
17 points in 10 specialties 7 points in 6 specialties


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. Great Assignments Currently Available .

Sacramento, CA
L&D, ER, ICU, M/B, PEDS / $32.00

Klamath Falls, OR
PT / $37.00

Eau Claire, WI
M/S / $37.00

Pittsburgh, PA
ICU, MICU, TELE / $32.00
New Britain, CT
OR, TELE / $34.00
Alexandria, VA
PEDS, PICU, ER, L&D / $32.00

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Sioux Valley Hospital

Sioux Valley Hospital

Sioux Falls, South Dakota

Hospital Facts:

Sioux Valley Hospital is the region’s largest and most comprehensive medical center.  It has Centers of Excellence in many areas including cardiology, trauma, and pediatrics.  They offer a variety of healthcare services including family health, sports medicine, and wellness.   It is accredited by The Joint Commission and the CAAMS (Commission of Accreditation of Air Medical Services) - Sioux Valley was home to the first accredited flight program in the state.  It is proud to employ over 3500 people bringing the highest quality healthcare to the residents of the Sioux Falls area and beyond.

Sioux Falls, South DakotaArea Facts/Things to Do:

Sioux Falls, South Dakota is a beautiful area offering a plethora of things to do.  It has been named a great city for lifestyle, economy, high employment rates, and just a generally low-stress environment.Sioux Falls, South Dakota 

Sioux Falls offers many opportunities for all types of recreation as well as sightseeing.  There are many events to enjoy from parades and band festivals to farm shows and art festivals. 

You can enjoy one of the 230 sunny days in the beautiful surroundings Sioux Falls has to offer from its 80 parks to the famous falls which flow over the 2nd hardest rock next to the diamond- pink quartzite rock. 

There are over 500 restaurants in Sioux Fall’s city limits.  And, it is the largest shopping center between Minneapolis and Denver.  With lots of shops to entice you offering antiques, the latest in trendy fashions, or one-of-a-kind gifts. 

Housing Accommodations


When on assignment in Sioux Falls, some American Travelers are thrilled to reside at South Pointe Apartments.  It is chock full of amenities such as their indoor and outdoor heated pools, spa, sauna, fitness center, tanning beds, tennis courts, and a tot lot.  You’ll feel more like you are at a resort than your home away from home.  The apartments are well-appointed with microwaves, dishwashers, walk-in closets, and more.  You are sure to enjoy your stay!

Travel Nurse Hosuing in Sioux Falls, South Dakota

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Traveler Times & Reflections

Travel Nurse in ArizonaTravel Nurse in Arizona

Travel Nurse Adventures in Arizona - American Traveler

Joanne Hutchison and husbandWhen Joanne Hutchison told her friends and family she was going to Phoenix for the summer they told her was crazy, “It’s so hot!” they said. But for Joanne, the climate was great. “The temperature hasn’t bothered us so far- it’s actually quite lovely- very low humidity here,” she said. Pictures of her first week in the Grand Canyon State show encounters with local zoo residents and gorgeous desert landscape. “Funny animals and perfect weather,” Joanne said, “was a great way to start traveling Arizona and experience one of America’s fastest growing cities.”

The nurse extraordinaire has worked with American Traveler for over a year now and is “ENJOYING IT TREMENDOUSLY.” The great benefits, high pay, and personal freedom are amazing.
Call 800-884-8788
or Apply Online Now for your Ultimate Travel Nurse Experience.

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Corporate News
Corporate Employees of the Quarter

Help Us Congratulate….

Our Corporate Employees of the Quarter were announced at our Quarterly Meeting which took place on Tuesday, August 15, 2006.

Congratulations to Lori Stoffer, Tammy Page, Mayra Simms, Lorraine Manweiler, Helen Amditis, and Dawn Powel; in recognition of their combined efforts and outstanding contribution for meeting and exceeding the second quarter goals and objectives of the Accounting Department.


Our Corporate Employees Love to Travel Too....  


Clinical Coordinator/Documentation Manager

Picture yourself riding “The Dragon” on your first wedding anniversary. Clinical Coordinator and Documentation Manager, Jenny Schuler RN, and Duke Kornsuwan did as they cruised through the mountains of Tennessee and North Carolina toward the sight of breathtaking beauty where the two pledged everlasting love—the overlook to Calderwood Dam. Akin to “the land that time forgot,” the famous ‘biker’ route down US129 was named “The Dragon” for its 318 winding turns and mythical layout. There are no gas stations, driveways, or mini malls to blemish the open road, just miles of scenic stops where Mother Nature’s finest work goes untouched.

“The Dragon” takes you beyond the hustle and bustle of big city life. Fresh mountain air and unadulterated beauty invigorate the spirit. See great American sights and cities with American Traveler.
Call 800-884-8788 today or Apply Online.


Gus Rendon and family
IT Systems Administrator

Gus Rendon enjoys some family time at Ron Jon Resort in Cocoa Beach, Florida. 
Pictured are Phillip, Gus, Marylin, and Brianna. 
. Meet Your Consultant .

Kelly Vigliotti

She is American Traveler’s ‘Recruiter of the Year’ for 2003 AND 2004. An outdoor enthusiast who loves people and adventure, Kelly Vigliotti has a knack for matching top nurses and allied health professionals with high-paying positions across America.

“I love meeting new people and exploring new places through the eyes of my Travelers,” says the three-year American Traveler veteran. “I’m motivated by the excitement in their voice and their desire to try new things.”

Born in Pennsylvania and raised in Ormond Florida, Kelly tells a story about a traveler who walked a snake on a leash while exploring new surroundings. The same nurse who brought along her tortoise and Tarantula spider on every assignment.

Travel Nurse Consultant - Kelly
Pictured here are Kelly and canine friend, Lucy.

“As a Travel Consultant, you meet so many interesting and exciting people!” exclaimed the former flight attendant for American Airlines. “Many travelers enjoy the journey more with family, friends, and pets,” she said, “and American Traveler can find housing accommodations suitable for any arrangement.”

Kelly spends free time with boyfriend Allan and canine companion Lucy.  They love to go boating and do some of their own traveling any chance they get. You’re in excellent hands with this “go-getter” of a Placement Consultant. Her reputation in the industry is unsurpassed and her expertise and diligence impeccable.

“Thanks for your hard work and dedication Kelly. We’re fortunate to have you on the American Traveler team,” said Managing Director, Diane Bok. To work with Kelly or any one of our dedicated Consultants, call 800-884-8788 today or apply online.

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Happy Halloween

American Traveler Client Service Representative, Gina Walters, and her niece Abigail and nephew Connor
 wishing you lots of fun, treats, and yummy things to eat!


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