St. Louis travel nursing jobs are located in a cultural melting pot where early immigrants from Germany, Ireland, Italy and Poland mix with new arrivals from Africa, Asia, Bosnia, and Latin America. St. Louis has two Magnet Hospitals and is a center for medical and biotechnology research where travel nurses can gain high-level nursing experience.
Sports fans on St. Louis travel nursing jobs can watch baseball’s St. Louis Cardinals or football’s St. Louis Rams. Music lovers have plenty of options with blues, jazz, and ragtime shows at various clubs and music venues as well as the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra, the second-oldest in the nation. The Delmar Loop is a six-block Entertainment District that lies in both St. Louis and University City lined with restaurants, boutique shops and galleries.
The food on St. Louis travel nursing jobs offers a culinary variety combining American and international flavors. French, Irish, German and Italian are well represented from early immigration and Africa, Asia and Latin America immigrants have added a whole new dining experience! A few St. Louis, Missouri favorites include toasted ravioli, provel cheese, the Gerber and St. Paul sandwiches, thin crust pizza and Ted Drewes’ famous frozen custard on Route 66.
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Barnes-Jewish Hospital is the fifth-largest hospital in the world! It is also one of two Magnet Hospitals in St. Louis with the Children’s Hospital the second. Barnes-Jewish Hospital is an affiliated teaching hospital for the Washington University School of Medicine as is the Children’s Hospital. The university’s Genome Sequencing Center played a critical role in the nation’s Human Genome Project.