I don't know about you, but Hawaii has always been on my bucket list. I may still get there someday. As a Travel Nurse or Traveling Allied professional you could be working and living there before the end of the year if you so desired, or line up an assignment there for next year. I found many job listings in Honolulu as well as other cities when searching. RN jobs were available in the ER, L&D, OR, ICU, and PACU just to name a few. There were also many therapist jobs for PTs and OTs as well as Tech jobs like ST and CFAs. There are many opportunities available today for traveling healthcare professionals.
Honolulu is the capital of Hawaii and the most populous city in the state. Located on the island of Oahu, it is a main through-way into and out of the US.Honolulu is a major international business and financial center as well.
In Honolulu you can find treasured monuments, world-class shopping, historic landmarks and lots of great culture and art. Most of the people who live on the island of Oahu live in Honolulu. A few of the many historic places you won't want to miss include Kawaiahao Church, Bishop Museum, Aloha Tower, King Kamehameha I Statue and so many more.
Nightlife, Fine dining, Art galleries, Live music, Chinatown, museums and plenty of festivals and events are happening year round in Honolulu.
Of course, Honolulu is also home to some great healthcare facilities such as: The Queen's Medical Center, Kapi'olani Medical Center for Women and Children, Kaiser Permanente Moanalua Medical Center, Leahi Hospital, just to name a few.
If you would like to learn more about Honolulu, Hawaii
Mary Crawford, HealthCare Employment Network