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Top 10 Travel Nurse Hospitals of 2015

What kind of experience do traveling nurses and allied health professionals have when they work a travel assignment at your facility?

Travel Nursing Central has just released its annual Travel Nurse hospital ranking results, which include the top 10 Travel Nurse hospitals of 2015, according to Traveler feedback.

With 703 Travel Nurse hospitals rated, the rankings provide great insight into what traveling healthcare professionals want to see out of the hospitals they come to work for. This insight is helpful to Travelers who are seeking out assignments at Traveler-friendly facilities, but it’s also helpful for hospitals to examine what’s working and what’s not. Whether your facility is on the list or not, the amount and detail of the feedback can help you make sure that your hospital is doing things right.

The Top 10 Travel Nurse Hospitals of 2015 are:

  1. Sharp Memorial Hospital (San Diego, CA)
  2. St. Alphonsus Hospital (Boise, ID)
  3. Shriners (Sacremento, CA)
  4. Wilcox Memorial Hospital (Lihuem, TX)
  5. White Plains Hospital (White Plains, NY)
  6. St Joseph/Carondet (Tucson, AZ)
  7. Mary Washington Hospital (Fredericksburg, VA)
  8. Falmouth Hospital (Falmouth, MA)
  9. LSU-SHC (Shreveport, LA)
  10. University of Madison Hospital and Medical Center (Madison, WI)

Congrats if your facility was recognized!

Click here to see the complete Travel Nurse hospital ranking results. Each facility has a score and number of rankings listed, and you can click on “View Details” to see an excellent breakdown of each hospital’s rankings in 20 specific categories including technology, friendliness, scheduling, staff morale, orientation, parking, cafeteria, location, and more. In addition to the numbers, you can read reviews of your hospital and its competitors written by actual Travelers. These detailed rankings and reviews are very efficient at providing information that will help your facility attract and retain top-quality travelers. They are a great window into what helps make an assignment a success for a traveler, and, in turn, also for your management and perm staff!

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Sarah Wengert

Hi, I'm Sarah Wengert, a creative content writer for the amazing Medical Solutions based in Omaha, Nebraska. While I'm not a travel nurse, I love to travel and I truly appreciate the hard, important work that nurses do. I'm very happy to represent a company that cares so much about its people. Thanks for reading!