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At the summit of Pikes Peak in Colorado Springs, Katharine Lee Bates was inspired to pen the lines to her most famous poem, “America the Beautiful”. Though exhausted from her climb she was immediately overwhelmed by the scenery and reported, “I was very tired. But when I saw the view, I felt great joy. All the wonder of America seemed displayed there, with the sea-like expanse.” In fact, visitors for decades have shared the same response; Colorado is a portrait of American grandeur.
Whether it’s whitewater thrills in the Royal Gorge, the captivating scenery of Seven Falls Park, or a trip to the Garden of the Gods to see some of America’s most extraordinary rock formations, there is always another adventure waiting around the next Colorado mountain pass. Outdoor enthusiasts and historians alike consider a trip to the Manitou Cliff Dwellings at the base of Pikes Peak a must. And, it goes without saying that Colorado skiing is not only abundant, but world famous! For those who prefer the indoors, viewing the pageantry of the US Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs, is another exciting option. And, cultural activities abound with a wide variety of museums to suits all interests. From wild to mild, Colorado Springs offers adventures for all…It’s no wonder it has long been a favorite stop to work and play for our travelers.
And, it is Audubon Surgical Center in Colorado Springs that consistently receives rave reviews from travelers. Recent reports from an RN say, “Audubon Surgery Center is a really great place with great people. The Rocky Mountains are just spectacular. Audubon has majestic views of the mountains from the OR windows!” A modern ambulatory surgical center completed in 2000, Audubon stays busy servicing 7 operating rooms, one endoscopy procedure room, and one pain management procedure room. In addition, close to 30 pre-op and recovery beds complete the facility that is serviced by it 60 plus full-time staff members. Our travelers say that they do not feel like “staff” when they are employed with Audubon, but rather like part of a family. Audubon Surgical Center is applauded for their welcoming and wondrous treatment of its staff. Where else can you work where your lunch is catered to you each day? No call, and no weekend work is another tremendous benefit offered at Audubon. In fact, at Travel Nurse Across America, we have never heard anything but positives about Audubon Surgical Center from our travelers!
RN’s and Surgical Techs are currently needed for the upcoming ski season! Give us a call today at 800-240-2526 and let us place you at this outstanding facility in the heart of Colorado’s splendor.