Travel Nursing Maine
If you love nature, Maine is the perfect haven. Nicknamed the “Pine Tree State,” Maine’s largest inhabitant is forestry—90 percent of the state is covered in it. The rest of the population is sprinkled throughout the southern part of the state. In addition to forests, the state has a stunning coastal area. Along the famous rocky coastline of Maine are lighthouses, quiet fishing villages and thousands of offshore islands.
Maine is a popular destination for a number of outdoor activities, including sport hunting (particularly deer, moose and bear), sport fishing, snowmobiling, skiing, boating, camping and hiking. If you like quality seafood, try the mouth-watering lobster—it not only satisfies your appetite, but it’s also a large source of the state’s economy.
Maine Travel Nurse Photos and Stories
Stunningly beautiful drive!
- Dinah F, RN
- Brunswick, ME
I had a 13 week assignment in Brunswick, ME and on my day off I went up the through Bath, Boothbay, and Carden Bar Harbor for a stunningly beautiful drive!
Maine Travel NursingBecome a Maine travel nurse at one of these featured locations! With our exceptional internal staff, extensive listing of healthcare job opportunities, competitive pay and personalized service, Aya Healthcare provides you with the best travel nursing experience. For more details about our travel nursing opportunities, please complete the online registration.
Hospitals and Healthcare Facilities in Maine
Eastern Maine Medical Center
Maine Medical Center
MaineGeneral Medical Center - Waterville Campus
Saint Joseph Hospital
Saint Mary's Regional Medical Center
Southern Maine Medical Center
Spring Harbor Hospital
Nursing Specialty Units Staffed in Maine
ICU (MICU, SICU, CCU)
Pediatric ICU (PICU)
Burn ICU (BICU)
Mother-Baby / Couplet Care / Post Partum
PACU / Post Anesthesia / Recovery
Telemetry / Step-Down / DOU
Labor and Delivery
Skilled Nursing / LTC
Operating Room (OR)