Daytona Beach travel nursing jobs are a winter paradise for northern travel nurses. The average temperature in summer is 81°with winter temperatures dipping as low as 62 degrees with January and February temperatures around 70°. For that reason, Florida travel nursing jobs are a much sought after destination for travelers who want to enjoy a tropical lifestyle on warm sandy beaches during the winter months. For surfers and boarders, there are 23 miles of surf-friendly beaches.
Flagler Hospital is an ANCC Magnet-certified acute care hospital that ranks among the top 5% for clinical excellence in the nation. It has also earned the Gold Seal of Approval as a Primary Stroke Care Center by the Joint Commission and has several accreditations for hip and knee replacements, cancer, and is a Center of Excellence for Bariatric Surgery. Halifax Health has several hospitals and medical centers in the Daytona Beach area and is the largest healthcare system in the region.
Because it’s a tourist destination, Florida has nearly unlimited attractions to make your stay in enjoyable one. For those on Daytona Beach travel nursing jobs, there are plenty of shopping centers anchored by big name department stores, farmers markets, flea markets and a beachfront with shopping, dining and entertainment facilities.
Company-Paid Apartments near the Beach
Daytona Beach travel nursing jobs come with high pay, great benefits, and company-paid apartments near the beach. Apartments are fully furnished, comfortable and cozy with pool and easy access to work or the beach. Should you wish to travel nurse with family, friends or pets, American Traveler can accommodate your needs.