Travel Nursing Jobs in the Southwest offer Extraordinary Opportunity
Dear Travel Nurse Professionals,
On behalf of the Arizona Hospital and Healthcare Association (AzHHA), I would like to take a moment to welcome you to Arizona or ask you to take a few minutes of your time to consider a travel nurse job in one of our many exceptional hospitals.
Arizona is a state that offers perhaps as much variety and opportunity for travel nurses as any state in the union. From the excitement of a major city (Phoenix being the sixth largest in the country), to the beauty and majesty of our mountain ranges and national parks, Arizona is a state rich with choices for any travel nurse.
Travel nursing professionals can accept the challenge of working in a large city teaching hospital in Arizona or choose the unique and equally rewarding environment of a rural critical access hospital. Whatever your travel nurse interests and preferences, Arizona has it.
Having moved from the east coast a short time ago, I can say without question that it is an extraordinary place to live and work. There is no other place in this wonderful country that can match Arizona… none.
You really need to try it. Travel nurses love it here!
I trust you will make the decision to come out and visit us in order to care for the wonderful residents of Arizona.
Thanks and God Bless,
Peter L. Heck
Director of Workforce and Staffing Services
Arizona Hospital and Healthcare Association
Patient care innovation in Arizona
Most travel nurses will tell you that its fantastic to work at a facility focused on positive patient outcomes. It’s a major reason why so many choose to work at Arizona hospitals.
• Patient flow programs implemented in hospitals across the state have resulted in improved ED “door-to-doc” times and reduced waiting times for critical patients.
• Leading-edge clinical computer care systems make surgery schedules more efficient and streamline the managing of patient records.
• Intensive Care technologies enable doctors and nurses to “virtually” be at the besides of dozens of patients simultaneously, improving response times and consults.
• Robotics in the OR deliver the benefits of minimally invasive procedures, slashing patient recovery times in half through reduced trauma to the body.
• Simulation and education training programs for medical staff provide modern educational tools for travel nurses to learn new techniques.
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The many unique aspects to living the in the desert, such as the arid climate, fascinating landscape, southwestern culture and outdoor recreational spots, are very appealing to travel nurses from all walks of life.
The rainy season, or 'monsoon season' occurs during June, July and August and packs plenty of wind, rain and dust. Sunsets are remarkable in the desert, and when the temperature drops to 110 degrees in summer, you're thankful for a nice cool day.
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