Nursing in America offers a number of unique opportunities to enrich your career.
You can learn new approaches to clinical practice, fine-tune your skills, work with
state-of-the-art technology and learn from professionals at the forefront of medical
Now is your chance to work at some of the top hospitals in the United States, including
teaching hospitals and major research facilities. Nursing in the U.S.A. provides
the opportunity to play a vital role in health care and take on roles and responsibilities
not found in other countries. Many international nurses can also enjoy better compensation,
generous housing and travel allowances, and an array of employment benefits when
they work with American staffing agencies.
Apply today to begin the adventure of nursing in America.
Nurses from South Africa, the United Kingdom, Australia, Canada, the Philippines
and many other countries have flourished during their assignments in the United
States. They rave about the technological advances in medicine and patient care,
the chance to experience various roles and health care delivery systems, and the
opportunity for advancements on the job.
If you decide to pursue nursing in the United States, you will have the chance to
reach for new challenges and obtain priceless on-the-job training in top cardiac
centers, emergency rooms, intensive care units, women's centers and hundreds of
other areas needing your skills. Your work will be rewarded with respect, opportunities
for advancement, great working conditions and a good salary that will allow you
to explore a great way of life away from work, as well.
Discover the benefits of nursing in the U.S.A. while increasing your quality of
Read about the featured jobs that are currently available on NurseZone, or apply
today and a recruiter will contact you to discuss job opportunities that match your
specific skills and desires.
NURSING NEWS & FEATURES: Nursing in America
AMN Healthcare's O'Grady Peyton International Receives First Certified Subscriber Status From The Alliance for Ethical International Recruitment Practices
January 11, 2011 - O'Grady Peyton International, a placement service for registered nurses and allied health professionals from around the world and an AMN Healthcare company, was awarded the first Certified Subscriber Status from The Alliance for Ethical International Recruitment Practices (The Alliance), a non-profit established to ensure the ethical, transparent and responsible placement of foreign-educated nurses in the United States.
Stephen Lewis Tapped for Global Nursing Health and Human Rights Award
Stephen Lewis, United Nations Special Envoy for HIV/AIDS in
Africa, is the recipient of the International Council of Nurses' (ICN)
Health and Human Rights Award.
TN Visas and VisaScreen: Effects on U.S. Nursing
Hundreds of nurses who have come to the United States from Canada must satisfy new immigration requirements if they wish to continue working when their current TN Visa expires after July 26, 2004.
Three Countries Chosen for Overseas NCLEX Testing
The organization that oversees nurse licensure recently announced that the first three locations outside the United States that will offer nurse licensure exams are Seoul, South Korea, London and Hong Kong.
Study: Expensive U.S. Health Care Fails to Put System at Head of Quality Pack
While officials often tout the United States as having the best health care in the world, it came out roughly in the middle of the pack on many indicators in a recent comparison with four other English-speaking industrialized countries.
Study Finds Canadian Nurse Workforce May Lose Thousands to Retirement
Canada could lose as many as 29,746 nurses by 2006 to retirement and death,
equal to 13 percent of the 2001 nursing workforce, according to a new study
conducted by the Canadian Institute for Health Information.
Nursing in the U.S.A. provides you with valuable networking and professional opportunities.
You may want to attend professional conferences and events, subscribe to journals,
attend local chapter meetings of professional nursing societies, or sign up for
continuing education classes.
Here are just a few nursing resources for you to choose from: