Travel Nurse Tennessee

Travel nurses in Tennessee find it appealing because of its unique location, the fantastic tourist attraction features and being synonymous with the best Country and Jazz music in the USA, and indeed the world at large. A travel nurse Tennessee job offers you have the rare opportunity of attending live pop, jazz, and classical concerts. Children concerts are also organized. In essence, this chance offers a complete package of fun for the whole family. But that is not all. For rock-n-roll fans, you will be able to interact and have fun with the legendary Charlie Rich, Carl Perkins, Elvis Presley, Jerry Lee Lewis, and Roy Robinson. The beauty of Tennessee is best captured in Dolly Parton’s track line, ‘In my Tennessee, my sweet Tennessee, life is so goodโ€ฆ…’. Tennessee is the mother of music. It helped launch other forms of music and paying tribute to the blues. This effort was crucial in the setting up of the International Rock-A-Billy Museum and Memphis Rock N’ Soul Museum. As a travel nurse Tennessee, a visit to these museums will offer you a unique peek into the rich history of numerous genres of music. You will be able to appreciate the biographies of various music artists, their philosophies, inspirations and even their personal lives away from the musical scenes.

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Why Be A Travel Nurse Tennessee

For traveling nurses who are animal lovers and more adventurous souls, the Memphis and the Great Smoky Mountains are the best bet for you. The latter is the nation’s most visited national park. The mountain runs along the border of North Carolina and Tennessee states. Along the hiking routes are breathtaking features of rivers, streams, and waterfalls. These combined with the amazing wildflowers that bloom throughout the year and the lush forests are a sight to see. The observation top, Clingmans Dome, offers a vantage position to view the mist-covered mountains.
Memphis zoo, on the other hand, is both a fun and family-friendly entertainment spot for the travel nurse Tennessee. The Zoo houses over 3,500 animals, over 500 animal species. It is accredited by the Association of Zoos and Aquariums (AZA). The zoo has a wide range of facilities which include administration, educational center, a gate to parking, restrooms, rides, picnic tables, concessions and ice skating. Some of the events that you can engage in while in the zoo are Zoo snooze, magic show, Zoo Rendezvous, Zoo lights, Horticultural tours and plant sale. Also, there are well selected educational activities for school going children. These activities run throughout the year. Also, there are beautifully constructed aquariums within the zoo. Here, you will be able to marvel various fish varieties as they wade through the colorful aquariums.

Historical activities and features are also another reason to consider taking up a job as a travel nurse Tennessee. The state of Tennessee is home to famous Civil war sites such as the Franklin Battlefield, Chickamauga Battlefield, and Lookout Mountain Battlefields. The battlefields stretch from the Great Smoky Mountains all the way to the Mississippi River.

Tennessee is a highly cosmopolitan state with a litany of new activities every day. So, as a travel nurse Tennessee, it will be a great opportunity for you and your family to have fun all year round.

Cheryl Roby, RN

Cheryl J. Roby is a retired RN and US Army Nurse Major. She has over 30 years of nursing experience and 26 years of military experience in the Army Nurse Corp. During her nursing career she has traveled as part of her military experience visiting many of the 50 states and once to South Korea. Her medical training began during the Vietnam era when trained as an army medic. She went on to train as an OR tech and then as a LVN/LPN. She completed nursing school and was direct commissioned into the reserve Army Nurse Corp. nurse. She appreciated the challenge of working in various specialties and expanding her clinical and professional skill sets. Her time in the Army Reserves and California National Guard gave her the opportunity to travel to most of the 50 states and working in other medical facilities. During her career she spent years as an OR nurse, Occupational Health Nurse, Hospice Nurse, Forensic Nurse, Nurse Case Manager for developmental disabilities, Parish Nursing as well as being a Nurse Entrepreneur.
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