Thursday, January 7, 2010

Increased Demand at Children’s Hospitals across the US

As a result of the H1N1 outbreak this past winter, Clinical One has experienced an increase in the number of travel needs at Children's Hospitals across the country. Even as 2010 begins, we are continuing to see job orders come in for specific areas such as Pediatrics, NICU, PICU, and Pediatric Stepdown. Many of these positions come with immediate interviews, high pay, and offer excellent teaching opportunities. If you are interested in learning about the opportunities at Children's Hospitals and whether or not you qualify, please contact your Recruitment Specialist at 800-919-9100. Not interested, but have a friend that may be, Refer a Friend to Clinical One and receive a referral bonus.
Here are just a few locations where jobs are currently available:

Baltimore/Washington, DC – You will never run out of things to do in the Baltimore/Washington, DC area. From professional sports to museums, fine dining, outdoor recreation, and shopping you will always find something to do on your days off. Washington D.C. is one of the top tourist destinations in America because it is where history is made and it is made to explore! Visit the Lincoln and Jefferson Memorials, the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum, International Spy Museum, the National World War II Memorial and the Vietnam Veterans Memorial. Catch the entire view of D.C. on top of the Washington Monument and explore Capitol Hill for shopping at Eastern Market or Union Station and tours of the U.S. Capitol Building or Union Station.

Seattle, Washington – Seattle offers something for everyone! Sports fans will enjoy the city's three professional teams: the SuperSonics basketball team, Mariners baseball team, and Seahawks football team. If you are an outdoor adventurer, the region offers an unmatched wealth of activities, including mountaineering on Mount Rainer, whitewater rafting, sea kayaking, scuba diving, and fishing. While in Seattle, be sure to check out the view from the Space Needle and catch some flying fish at Pike Place Market.

Little Rock, Arkansas – Little Rock is a historic city with lovely neighborhoods, fine museums and scenic parks. Take a tour of the oldest surviving Capitol building west of the Mississippi, and be sure to visit the William J. Clinton Presidential Center and Park, which includes the Clinton Presidential Library and Museum. If you are looking for nightlife, you will enjoy the live music scene ranging from Acoustic, techno, alternative, piano bars, rock, jazz, and country, Little Rock offers something for everyone. You will also enjoy the live theater, symphony, ballet, and Shakespearean festivals. If you prefer to be outdoors, take a stroll or bike ride along the Big Dam Bridge, the world’s longest pedestrian and bicycle bridge.

Milwaukee, Wisconsin - Most people know Milwaukee as either home to Miller Brewing Company or the setting of the classic television show, Lavern and Shirley, but Milwaukee is so much more than that. This large city at night features a beautiful sky-line, eclectic art galleries in the historic Third Ward, fabulous shopping on Brady Street and Vegas-style entertainment at the Northern Lights Theater.

Madera, California - It’s no coincidence that Central California is one of the nation’s fastest-growing regions in the country. With sunshine 300 days of the year, cool and mild winters, and national parks in your backyard (Yosemite, Sequoia, King’s Canyon) there is something for everyone! Hike, bike, water ski, snowboard, sail, raft, fish, backpack, kayak, camp, rock or mountain climb. The Central California coast lies just over the hills, and it's just a few hours’ drive from worldwide travel destinations like Los Angeles, San Francisco, Lake Tahoe, San Diego, and Las Vegas.

Wilmington, Delaware - Beautiful, historic Wilmington, Delaware is the largest city in the state and features a lovely downtown area with a beautiful skyline and the Christine River. Wilmington also offers much in the way of shop therapy. The Market Street Mall features just about everything from an Opera House, a Library, small retail shops and an interesting mix of dining options. The Riverfront in Wilmington offers outlet shopping, restaurants and contemporary art.

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