Benefits You’ll Experience with Premier as a Travel Nurse in Missouri


  • Weekly Pay & Direct Deposit
  • Competitive Salaries and Bonuses
  • Employee Referral Program
  • Personal Career Consultant
  • CEU Program after 1040 hours worked
  • Clinical Support Resources
  • Emergency 24-Hour On-Call Support
  • Day 1 Health Insurance – Ask Recruiter about Eligibility
  • Dental & Retirement program

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Great State for Travel Nursing – Missouri

The iconic Gateway Arch recalls Missouri’s historic role as the jumping-off point to the West. Today, big-city attractions in St. Louis, natural beauty in Boone County and live shows in Branson make the “Show-Me State” a destination in its own right.

MO-Missouri-St-Louis-Arch-City-Travel-Nurse-Location-ImageThe city of St. Louis has so much to offer. Visitors will be awe inspired by the city’s Forest Park, one of the largest urban parks in the nation. Approximately 500 acres larger than Central Park in New York City, Forest Park is filled with free-of-charge attractions like the St. Louis Zoo and the Missouri History Museum. As the birthplace of the St. Louis Blues, a type of blues music that is more piano based than other forms of the genre, the city boasts a variety of locations where patrons can enjoy this music along with southern culinary delights (i.e. Blues City Deli). Of course, no trip to St. Louis would be complete without a visit to The Gateway Arch National Park which commemorates Thomas Jefferson and St. Louis’ role in the nation’s westward expansion.

Take a Drive to Washington, Corncob Pipe Capital, Missouri

MO-Vinyard-Sunset-Travel-Nurse-Location-ImageLocated in the heart of Missouri wine country, Washington offers travelers the perfect blend of history and modern convenience. Situated in the suburbs of St. Louis, this city was initially settled during the rule of the Spanish Empire. Soon thereafter, family, friends and followers of Daniel Boone began to settle the area. Today, visitors can catch a glimpse of what life was like in this frontier town when they visit the Fort Charrette Historic Village. This historically restored trading post is complete with artifacts and furnishings that highlight the ingenuity of the area’s early settlers. Wine connoisseurs will enjoy a visit to the Blumenhof Vineyards and Winery, the most awarded all-Missouri winery. A five-minute drive outside of Washington gets you to this idyllic family-farm winery that is dedicated to crafting wines solely from locally grown grapes.

Boone County, named in honor of Daniel Boone, sits at the crossroads of major highways and is a regional hub for healthcare, commerce and innovation. Situated directly between St. Louis and Kansas City, Boone County offers convenient access to both cities and boasts several attractions of its own. Visitors to this area will enjoy taking in the lush Missouri landscape at Rock Bridge Memorial State Park as they hike and bicycle through this geological preserve. In the mood to enjoy some live music or a show? The Blue Note has been bringing world-class entertainment to the Boone County region for over 20 years and is sure to have an event that will pique your interest.

Visit Kansas City on Your Next Travel Nursing Assignment in Missouri

MO-Kansas-City-Skyline-Travel-Nurse-Location-Missouri-ImageWorld class food, shopping, entertainment and art are just a few of the amenities that travelers can expect from their visit to Missouri’s largest city, Kansas City. However, despite the allure of big city attractions, travelers have no need to fear hefty price tags as Kansas City’s cost of living falls 2.5% below the national average. Adrenaline junkies will have a field day exploring all the rides at the 235-acre Worlds of Fun theme park and BBQ aficionados will have plenty of opportunities to sample the unique flavors of Kansas City BBQ. The Kansas City Power & Light District, the largest development project in the Midwest, comprises nine blocks of dining and entertainment and is frequently compared to the Vegas Strip. With more than 30 museums and historical attractions that offer free admission, there’s no end to the fun that can be had in Kansas City.

From outdoor fun to amazing live entertainment, there’s no shortage of great things to do in Branson. For more than 50 years, live shows have been a staple of a vacation in this city. Morning, afternoon and night, Branson offers a variety of entertainment options for every member of the family. Within minutes of the city’s bright lights, are a couple of crystal clear lakes – Table Rock Lake and Lake Taneycomo – that are great for boating, bass and trout fishing, water skiing, kayaking and other water activities. Public parks and recreational facilities provide spelunking, rock climbing, hiking and much more.

If you’re ready to work hard and play hard, Missouri might be the right assignment for you. Contact us today to learn more about the travel nursing opportunities that we have waiting for you.


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