The United States of America (USA) remains a popular destination and place to work for nurses and other members of the medical profession, due it's status as the world's leader in medical innovation, and the wide range of lifestyles on offer.
The United States healthcare system is a mix of private and public efforts, and under The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA, also commonly referred to as Obamacare) is currently experiencing the most significant government expansion and regulatory overhaul since the introduction of Medicare and Medicaid in 1965, with the aims of improving outcomes and streamlining the delivery of healthcare. It is an exciting time to be nursing in the USA.
America is well known through movies, television, pop culture and literature. It is the land of opportunity and whether you wish to progress your career, become a part of a community, or enjoy any of the lifestyles on offer in this vast country of 316 million people - you will find it. From the northern state of Alaska, to Hawaii, the South, the Midwest, or to the well known west and east coasts, America offers just about every type of climate and lifestyle. As a multicultural nation, you are sure to feel welcome in a country whose people are known for their friendliness. America is the world's largest economy, and it is a leader in scientific research and technological innovation - which you will see in your workplace as the American health system is at the cutting edge.
You can view the latest jobs available for nurses in the United States of America on Global Medical Careers below.
Our team is seeking experienced home care nurses to care for patients post surgery from the comfort of their homes. Many of our patients have recently undergone surgery for total hips, knees, and other orthopedic related surgeries.