Travel Nursing Jobs Minnesota

Are you ready to discover new destinations? Then find your next travel nursing job or travel therapy job in Minnesota with Host Healthcare. A Minnesota travel assignment has a lot to offer a travel nurse or travel therapist. From great entertainment, to state parks, to historical sites, you will enjoy your time in Minnesota.

If you’re looking for travel nursing jobs in Minnesota or anywhere in the United States, you have come to the right place. Our travel nursing agency provides registered nurses and healthcare professionals the opportunity to see new places and work in new hospitals while supporting their career goals.

 

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Cities Already Traveled

Just a few cities we’ve placed our traveling nurses: Minneapolis, Moorhead, Lakeville, and Oakdale.

From travel nursing jobs in New York to Alaska, or anywhere within the United States, Host Healthcare is here to help registered nurses find the perfect travel assignment.

Blue Mounds State Park

Blue Mounds State Park is full of natural surprises. Start with the Sioux quartzite cliff, rising 100 feet from the plains. A bison herd grazes on the prairie. The park is also a favorite for birdwatchers who want to see nesting blue grosbeaks and other birds.

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Charles Lindbergh House and Museum

Charles Lindbergh’s 1927 flight from New York to Paris launched an aviation revolution. Tour his boyhood home, explore the visitor center exhibits, including a “Spirit of St. Louis” flight simulator, and walk an interpretive trail along the river.

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Great River Road Wine Trail

The Great River Road Wine Trail is a collection of 11 wineries all located near the Upper Mississippi River in the states of Minnesota, Wisconsin, and Iowa. The Great River Road is a pair of designated scenic highways located along both sides of the river.

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The Perfect Meal

Walleye Lefse, Swedish Meatballs, and Venison.

10,000 Lakes

Your next travel nursing assignment in Minnesota is waiting for you. The state’s nickname, the “Land of 10,000 Lakes”, is apt, as there are 11,842 Minnesota lakes over 10 acres in size. In fact, many would argue that you haven’t had the full Minnesota experience if you haven’t spent any time at a lake. After all, they’re not hard to find! So, when you plan your Minnesota getaway, be sure to carve out some time at a lake. Find travel nursing jobs in Minnesota with Host Healthcare today!

Things To Do At The Lakes

Play at the beach

It’s the classic way to spend a summer day. Spread out a towel, pull out a good book, and splash in the lake. It’s easy to include a beach day (or several!) on a Minnesota getaway. Many cities have great beaches right in town, including Big Lake, Detroit Lakes, Fairmont, Spicer and Waconia. For a refreshing dip in our biggest lake, Superior, head to Park Point Beach in Duluth.

Paddle away

Canoes, kayaks and paddleboards are a great way to explore our lakes. Many state and local parks offer canoe and kayak rentals for easy lake paddling. In Minneapolis, you can rent a canoe at Lake Calhoun and paddle through a chain of lakes via connecting canals.

Take a cruise

An easy and fun way to get out on a lake is to climb aboard an excursion boat. In the northern forests, a narrated boat trip in Itasca State Park explores the lake where the Mississippi River Lake Minnetonka steamboat begins as a small stream, and excursion boats explore the wilderness lakes of Voyageurs National Park.

Spend the night

It can be hard to tear yourself away from the lake at the end of the day…so don’t! Watch the sun set amid vivid pinks and purples. After nightfall, roast marshmallows at a campfire, be amazed by zillions of stars twinkling above, see the moon rise above the lake, and if you’re lucky, catch the northern lights dancing in the sky.

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The best thing about working with Host Healthcare was my recruiter, Chris Murillo. He exemplifies the model for responsive, timely, and enthusiastic service. Chris also makes the effort to develop personal relationships with his clients. This is a man who truly cares about me as a person. Kudos to Host Healthcare for hiring and retaining this quality individual.
Maxine Hunter Apr 19, 2024
I’ve had a great experience with Host Healthcare. Lauren Pollacci is an excellent recruiter and easily the best one I’ve ever had the pleasure of working with, she made the entire process painless. She is always extremely helpful with any need or concern I may have. I couldn’t imagine working with another recruiter at this point!
Charlie Yelverton Apr 16, 2024
I've been working with Host Healthcare as a travel nurse for three years now and wouldn't change a thing. My recruiter Kat Cook has made the transition from staff nursing to travel nursing so easy. She is always available, listens to the needs of both myself and my wife (travel pair), and finds us the best jobs in the best locations! 10 out of 10 would recommend her and the agency every time.
Brett Fontaine Apr 24, 2024
Just started my 7th PT contract with Host and every contract has been a smooth transition. I’ve had great communication with my recruiter Kathryn Cook who has helped me land some great jobs and help with the credentialing process. I plan on staying with Host for many more years.
Forrest Smith Apr 17, 2024

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