Located in Ohio's southwestern corner, Cincinnati is a hidden gem nestle along the river. Named to the 2019 Top Places to Live nationwide by Liveability.com, it offers big city amenities with historic charm. There's a ton to see and do, and several outstanding health systems with a huge need for travel nurses!

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Cincinnati makes up the largest metropolitan area in Ohio and is home to more than 2.1 million Americans. Bordering both Indiana and Kentucky, it's within one days' drive of 49% of the United States.

Cincinnati was one of the original 19th century boom towns and the region continues to prosper today thanks to economic giants like Proctor & Gamble, Kroger, Macy's, and General Electric. Nurses are in very high demand in the area and trustaff has ongoing openings for healthcare travelers who are ready to step in and provide great care.

Current needs include but are not limited to:
• Med Surg RNs
• Telemetry RNs
• Oncology RNs
• OR RNs

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What to do during your assignment

Cincinnati is well-known for it's history, particularly when it comes to beer. This German town got its start producing great beverages, and that tradition continues today. But if a brewery tour isn't for you, try the donut trail instead!

For those looking to expand their mind, try the Contemporary Arts Center, National Underground Railroad Freedom Center, Union Terminal Museum Center, or Taft Museum of Art. Just around the corner are Washington Park and Sawyer Point, two of the city's most lively events centers and home to festivals, markets, concerts, and more.

Cincinnatians are passionate sports fans. Kick back and relax at a Reds baseball game at Great American Ball Park on the riverfront or hop on the latest bandwagon and cheer on some Football Club Cincinnati (FCC) soccer from the bailey, Cincinnati's newly minted MLS team.

Getting your Ohio nursing license

Not licensed in the state of Ohio yet? trustaff can help! As part of our services, we offer all our travelers assistance with getting licensed in new states and will reimburse you for your license fees.

Getting your Ohio nursing license is a step-by-step process. Ohio is not currently participating in the Enhanced Nurse Licensure Compact (eNLC), so you'll need to get an Ohio-specific nursing license if you don't have it already.

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What other travelers are saying about working in Cincinnati

"I'm working at a facility on the north side of town, it's central and easy to get to. The people are very helpful and friendly. The unit itself has been phenomenal, this will be my third extension!"

"This facility is top-notch. Teams work really well together there and everything is very protocol oriented."

"Great place with lots of friendly staff. Very professional and appreciative community."

"Loving my assignment here. I've found a great group of other travelers and local staff and we meet up to explore on our days off!"

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