Travel nursing jobs in Kentucky

Travel Jobs Nursing in Kentucky

Are you ready to discover new destinations? Then find your next travel nursing Kentucky job travel therapy Kentucky job with Host Healthcare. When you visit Kentucky, you will be amazed at all the exciting things you can do. From seeing historical cities like Lexington and Louisville to watching the Kentucky Derby at historical Churchill Downs, you will really enjoy your travel nursing assignment in Kentucky.

A travel nurse assignment in Kentucky gives registered nurses and other healthcare professionals an opportunity to work in new hospitals and gain hands-on patient care experience. Whether you’re looking for a travel nursing job or physical therapist travel assignment anywhere in the United States, you have come to the right place.

 

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Just a few cities we’ve placed travelers for their Kentucky travel nursing job: Louisville Lexington Bowling Green Frankfort

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Kentucky Bourbon Country

Take the legendary Kentucky Bourbon Trail road trip and stop in on ten of the state’s distilleries. The Kentucky Bourbon Trail is a journey that lets you experience the bourbon making process. Learn recipes, view the facilities, and stick around for after-tour tastings of the best Kentucky Bourbon.

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Mammoth Cave National Park

Mammoth Cave National Park preserves the cave system and a part of the Green River valley and hilly country of south central Kentucky. This is the world’s longest known cave system, with more than 400 miles explored. Sites include the Frozen Niagara section, known for waterfall-like flowstone formations.

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Churchill Downs

Churchill Downs is located on Central Avenue in south Louisville, Kentucky. The racetrack occupies 147 acres, featuring a one-mile dirt, oval racetrack and a seven furlong turf race course. It is also home to thoroughbred racetrack most famous for annually hosting the Kentucky Derby.

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The Perfect Meal

Burgoo Derby Pie, Louisville style chili, Hot Brown.

The Bluegrass State

Your next travel nursing Kentucky job travel therapy Kentucky job is waiting for you. Kentucky is more than just bourbon, horses and history. For example did you know Kentucky has the longest cave system in the world? Explore more than 350 miles of Kentucky caves at Mammoth Cave National Park. You can also play golf at championship courses, enjoy upscale shopping, fine dining and art galleries. Find a travel nursing Kentucky job travel therapy Kentucky job with Host Healthcare today!

The Perfect Kentucky Day

Breakfast at Wagner’s Pharmacy

Take a drive out to Churchill Downs this morning and enjoy a traditional breakfast at this iconic establishment. An unassuming diner that has become the local hang out of those in the horse racing industry since 1922.

Kentucky Derby Museum and Churchill Downs

The Kentucky Derby Museum is a must-see and not just for horse racing fans. You’ll find a colorful, interesting, and interactive museum offering something for everyone to enjoy. You’ll be able to announce a Derby race, sit on a horse in the gates while dressed up as a jockey, learn how to bet on a horse race, and test your Derby knowledge.

Lunch at J. Graham’s Cafe at the Brown Hotel

A sweet and savory lunch awaits you at the Brown Hotel. Not only will you have a chance to visit a luxurious and historic landmark hotel in downtown Louisville, but you’ll be able to enjoy two of Louisville’s most famous foods, the Hot Brown and Derby Pie.

Louisville Slugger Museum and Factory

You can’t miss this building when you are driving down Main Street, as there is a big bat out front (an exact replica of Babe Ruth’s 34-inch Louisville Slugger). This marks the place where the world-famous baseball bats are made. You’ll have a chance to walk through the factory and see how these bats are produced for the average Joe as well as professional baseball players.

Dinner at Sidebar at Whiskey Row

In a historic building known as Whiskey Row, you’ll find an upscale bourbon, beer, and burger joint. Here, you’ll find one of the best burgers in town as well as a large selection of bourbons and beers in a relaxed but smart environment.

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