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Travel Nursing Jobs in Hawaii

Get into the aloha spirit with a travel nursing job in Hawaii.

Our experienced recruiters will help find you a travel nurse job in Hawaii that aligns with your personal and professional goals. 

Why Choose a Hawaii Travel Nursing Job? 

With a travel nursing job in Hawaii, you’ll feel like you’re always on a vacation. 

Zip line through Haleakalā, the world’s largest dormant volcano located on the island of Maui, or head to Kealakekua Bay where you can snorkel with tropical fish.

With a travel nurse job in Hawaii, the adventures are endless and experiences are memorable. 

Nursing Salary in Hawaii: Earn Up to $46/Hour $96,000/Year

How much do nurses make in Hawaii? Hawaii nursing salaries are higher compared to most states in the U.S.

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, Hawaii nursing salaries range from $46.00 and hour to $96,000 a year. 

Nursing salaries in Hawaii vary based on specialties and the type of healthcare facility. 

With American Mobile, you can increase your Hawaii nursing salary by taking advantage of our travel nursing salary package, which includes: 

  • Medical, dental and vision insurance
  • Free, quality housing
  • RN license assistance
  • Free continuing education
  • Perks and bonuses
  • 24/hour support

*For specific pay rate information and more details on take home pay rates, please contact an American Mobile recruiter.

Healthcare Facilities and Hospitals in Hawaii

  • Castle Medical Center
  • Hale Ho’ola Hamakua
  • Hawaii State Hospital
  • Hilo Medical Center
  • Kahi Mohala Behavioral Health-Ewa Beach
  • Kahuku Medical Center
  • Kaiser Permanente Medical Center
  • Kapiolani Medical Center for Women and Children
  • Kauai Veterans Memorial Hospital

Interested in learning more about travel nursing jobs in Hawaii? Fill out the form below to connect with a friendly travel nursing recruiter.

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