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Providence is not only the capital of Rhode Island, it was one of the first cities established in the U.S. It has seven major hospitals and a large selection of nursing jobs. Register to find your job today!

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    Med/Telemetry Nurse - MedSurg Tele RN - Travel Contract

    Travel/Contract RN/Tele job in Boston, Massachusetts with CrossMed Healthcare Staffing Solutions

    Boston, MA is a great place to spend the Summer! Hospital is looking for a telemetry nurse for a 13 week contract 12 hour nights BLS and... View job

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    Psych RNs needed in South Attleboro, MA

    Travel/Contract RN/Psyc job in South Attleboro, Massachusetts with Comcentric Inc.

    • Utilize nursing process, diagnoses & interventions & accountable to the patient, family & peers for delivery of optimum psychiatric care m... View job

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    Home Health RN - $1800/week

    Travel/Contract RN/Home Care job in Riverhead, New York with KPG Healthcare

    Travel Home Health Registered Nurse KPG Healthcare is currently seeking an experienced Home Health Registered Nurse for a travel assignme... View job

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    ER RN- $74/hr- $2,664/week- Brockton, MA

    Travel/Contract RN/ER job in Brockton, Massachusetts with Planet Healthcare

    ER RN Brockton, MA Travel rate: $74/hr ($30.45/hr non taxed + $43.55/hr taxed) OT rate: $95.32/hr Gross: $2,664/week Local rate: $69/h... View job

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    Travel RN-Dialysis in MILFORD, MA - JOB-2691742

    Travel/Contract RN/Dialysis job in Milford, Massachusetts with Foundation Medical Staffing

    * A chronic dialysis program in the beautiful state of Massachusetts is in need of an experienced dialysis nurse. Applicants should have a... View job

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Population: 171,829

The largest city in Rhode Island and the one hundred thirty-sixth largest city in the United States, Providence is home to a population of just over 170,000 people. One of the oldest cities in the United States, Providence's economy is based heavily in education, transportation, manufacturing, professional services, and government. As the state capital, Providence is the cultural, political, and economic hub of the state, and is home to a number of excellent museums and cultural attractions. Providence also boasts a number of excellent hospitals, including Roger Williams Hospital, Miriam Hospital, and Butler Hospital

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