When you explore the great state of Arkansas, you’ll understand why International nurses and medical technologists love the appeal of the state’s great features, including world-class hospitals and clinics and great options for days off, including music festivals, sporting events, and the beauty of its healing hot springs.
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Explore Arkansas as an International Healthcare Worker
While Arkansas is known as The Natural State, with so many places to explore for outdoor activities, there are also many things to do in the state’s bigger cities. Little Rock, Fort Smith, and Fayetteville all bring amazing opportunities for International nurses and medical technologists who love metropolitan locations but still like the small-town feeling they get from the warm and welcoming people who make Arkansas their home.
Assistance for International Nurses and Medical Technologists
O’Grady Peyton provides our nurses and allied staff with end-to-end assistance in their journey to America, including:
- Exam preparation and travel to the test
- Flight and transportation to the U.S.
- Housing and furniture preparation
- Lots of great benefits when you start working
Become an International Nurse or Medical Technologist in Arkansas
While top-tier hospitals and clinics can be found in cities across Arkansas, International nurses and allied staff may find it interesting that the state is known as a Diamond capital. But there’s more to this jewel of a state than diamonds. From larger cities to small enclaves, there’s something for everyone in Arkansas.
Nature enthusiasts will find their happy place in locations with hiking, mountain biking, and the allure of the great outdoors. For those who want to relax, venture to Hot Springs National Park to enjoy the thermal waters. Come say hello, the people of Arkansas can’t wait to welcome International nurses and medical technologists.