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Nursing in Kingman, Arizona

Interstate 40 runs through this Mohave County city; in the 1950s, the old Route 66 ran through it. The city was established in 1882. Just under one-eighth of the population is Latino.

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Population: 27,999

Registered nurses in Kingman can earn an impressive $52,832. Additionally, Kingman offers its local nurses working opportunities with major employers like the Kingman Regional Medical Center, the KRMC Cancer Center, the Doctors Surgery Center of Kingman and Fastrax Urgent Care Center. Although this residential area may seem isolated, it actually has great communication links, thanks to Interstate 40 and Kingman Airport. Local facilities in this peaceful area include Old Trails Park, the Route 66 Museum, the historic Kingman City Hall and a the Mohave Museum of History and Arts. If you thought an area as quiet and peaceful as Kingman couldn’t possibly offer training facilities, think again! Mohave Community College is just 20 minutes from outside Kingman city center, and offers a comprehensive range of courses including nursing, dental assistance and medical assistance.

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