MedSurg Nursing Jobs North DakotaMedSurg Nursing Jobs in North Dakota

North Dakota is a state for explorers, built by explorers. The Lewis & Clark Trail runs through its breathtaking landscape, which inspired President Theodore Roosevelt enough to kickstart his lifelong passion for conservationism.

North Dakota’s culture is warm and welcoming – in fact, “Dakota” is the Sioux word for “friend.” The famous Badlands received the name from Native Americans and settlers who had difficulty traversing the fascinating, unusual landforms they encountered in the Western part of the state. But don’t be fooled by the name – the Badlands is a beautiful, one-of-a-kind region.

Drive along the Enchanted Highway to see a display of larger-than-life sculptures that reach for many miles. Visit the amazing International Peace Garden and Mystical Horizons in Dunseth, created in 1932 by the National Association of Gardeners in support of worldwide friendship. Or explore Graham’s Island State Park, where Devils Lake offers great fishing and lovely scenery.

MedSurg Nursing Jobs North DakotaBecome a MedSurg Nurse with GIFTED

MedSurg or medical-surgical nursing is the largest RN specialty in the United States, and is the perfect job for travel nurses looking for new experiences. MedSurg RNs care for patients before and after medical procedures and surgeries, also treating a wide variety of conditions.

Talented MedSurg nurses are in high demand in facilities across North Dakota, and GIFTED will ensure your contract reflects how valuable your Medsurg nursing talents are. At GIFTED Healthcare, our top priority is finding travel nursing opportunities that work best for your career and family. GIFTED offers excellent benefits for travel and per diem medical-surgical nurses including full health, dental, and vision insurance from day one.


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