Travel nurse jobs in New Mexico & travel PT jobs in New Mexico

Travel Nurse Jobs in New Mexico

Are you ready to discover new destinations? Then find your next travel nursing New Mexico job or travel therapy New Mexico job with Host Healthcare. From its beautiful landscape to outdoor activities, New Mexico is a great destination for a travel nursing job or physical therapy job assignment.

Travel nurse jobs in New Mexico give healthcare professionals an opportunity to work in new hospitals and gain hands-on patient care experience. Whether you’re looking for travel nursing jobs or travel PT jobs in New Mexico or anywhere in the United States, you have come to the right place.

 

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Cities Already Traveled

Just a few cities we’ve placed travelers: Albuquerque, Santa Fe, Las Cruces, Taos, Roswell, Rio, and Rancho.

From travel nursing jobs in New York to Alaska, or anywhere else within the United States, our travel nursing agency is here to help you find the perfect assignment.

Albuquerque

The state’s largest city is full of historic adobe buildings, museums, & shops with Native American handicrafts galleries.

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Santa Fe

New Mexico’s state capital, Santa Fe is best known for its Pueblo-style architecture, and as a creative arts epicenter.

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Las Cruces

Las Cruces is stunning! If you love hiking, desert monuments and national parks, you’ll love this small town charm.

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Roswell

City of under 50,000 with an orchestra, galleries, and art museums to show off its more sophisticated side.

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The Perfect Meal

Sopapilla, Roasted Chiles, Carne adovada, and Margarita.

Land of Enchantment

Your next travel nursing or travel therapy New Mexico job is waiting for you. At Host Healthcare, we have many exciting nurse and therapist positions in New Mexico. If you love to hike, art, or desert sunshine you’ll fit right in. We have positions for both therapists and nurses in almost any specialty. Most assignments are 13-weeks. Contact us today to start your adventure in cities like Albuquerque or Santa Fe.

Rich History

Colonized by Spain

Colonized by Spain, what we know as New Mexico today became U.S. territory as part of the Gadsen Purchase in 1853. New Mexico didn’t become a U.S. state until 1912. There are many ways to learn about the history of this unique U.S. region.

New Mexico Museum of Art

There’s no better way to learn about a region than through art. Check out the state’s museum in Santa Fe.

Museum of New Mexico

Another great museum with New Mexican artifacts and written history is the Museum of New Mexico, also located in Santa Fe.

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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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