We are owned and operated by nurses, for nurses. That means we’re not only recruiting exceptional nurses to join our team, we’re constantly receiving referrals from our happy nurses already on assignment. In fact, anyone can refer a nurse to us. Right now, we’re giving out up to $1,500 bonuses to anyone referring great nurses our way! RN referrals must complete a 13-week assignment for you to earn your $1,500 bonus.
Travel with Gifted Healthcare and discover the ins and outs of Oklahoma or refer a nurse you know living near or excited to travel to Oklahoma.
You have so many options when it comes to traveling in Oklahoma. A rich American Indian culture, Western heritage, wineries, golfing and other outdoor activities abound statewide with either small town or larger city vibes.
Here are some options for life in Tulsa, Oklahoma’s second most populous city, and Oklahoma City too!
The Oklahoma City Thunder, even without Kevin Durant are a thrill to watch. The team has made the Western Conference Finals for the fourth time in a span of six seasons. Most weekday games start around 7 PM, so unless you work night shifts, you should be able to score seats post shift.
Mingle in Bricktown
Bricktown is a former warehouse district filled with restaurants, nightlife and entertainment options located near downtown Oklahoma CIty. Hop on the mile-long, 40-minute water taxi for a ride down Bricktown Canal.
Become a regular at restaurants like Bricktown BreweryEarl’s Rib Palaceor Jazmo’z Bourbon Street Café.
Experience Interactive Exhibits
The beautiful Gaylord-Pickens Museum is the perfect introduction to the history of your new city. Interactive exhibits provide allow you to learn about the people of OKC through first-hand experiences.
Take in the Arts
Catch a play by the American Theatre Company such as One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest or stroll through the Brady Arts District (around Main and M.B. Brady streets), downtown’s museum and arts district. Beforehand, sprawl out with a blanket in Tulsa’s Guthrie Green after perusing beers at a Tulsa restaurant such as James E. McNellie’s Public House. On the way around town, don’t forget to keep your eyes peeled for one of Tulsa’s many murals.
Exercising while on assignment can be tough. Utilize Tulsa’s expansive parks system for jogging, bicycling, swimming, walking and more. There are 137 parks within city limits to choose from so you’ll never have to be stuck in the same scenery twice.
Shop ‘til You Drop
Sometimes the best way to blow off steam after a shift is to spend some of your hard earned cash while on assignment. Utica Square at 21st Street and Utica Avenue is Tulsa’s oldest shopping district. Here you’ll find upscale department stores and boutiques. For a more eclectic experience, check out the Deco District for locally owned restaurants, candy shops, clothing stores and other curated merchandise.
Questions about Oklahoma jobs, travel nursing or how to get your bonus? Contact GIFTED Healthcare today!