Everything you need to know about Travel Nursing in New Hampshire

It’s not a surprise that a state with the motto “Live Free or Die” is a perfect location for travel nurses and travel allied health professionals seeking freedom and flexibility through their healthcare careers! New Hampshire, also dubbed The Granite State for its many quarries and granite formations, is a popular state for travelers because of its natural beauty, history, culture, and more. Travelers love assignments in New Hampshire! Practice your skills, pad your resume, and build the career you want here, all while exploring this great state. There’s tons to learn about New Hampshire and all of the fantastic travel healthcare opportunities available to you there.

New Hampshire is great choice for launching or continuing your travel nurse or travel allied health career! When you partner with Medical Solutions you’ll have access to fulfilling travel nurse jobs with high pay and crucial benefits.

Best Hospitals in New Hampshire

U.S. News & World Report’s 2021/2022 Best Hospitals list evaluated 31 hospitals in New Hampshire, including two that met high U.S. News standards and were ranked in the state. That includes #1-ranked Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center in Lebanon, which also ranked “High Performing” in 11 procedures and conditions. Coming in at #2 was Concord Hospital in Concord, which was also ranked “High Performing” in six procedures and conditions. New Hampshire also has a variety of additional traveler-friendly facilities and clinics statewide where you just might find the perfect travel nursing assignment.

U.S. News & World Report’s 2021 Best States list ranked New Hampshire at #4 overall, #1 for crime and corrections, #2 for natural environment, #3 for opportunity, #11 for economy, and #13 for healthcare! With the state’s natural beauty, unique character, and such high marks across the board, New Hampshire is a top location for travelers hoping to make a difference in healthcare, sharpen their skills, enjoy stunning nature and exciting cities, and earn great compensation!

New Hampshire Nurse Licensure

New Hampshire is currently a member of the Nurse Licensure Compact (NLC). The NLC allows nurses to practice in other NLC states without getting additional state licenses. New states are frequently joining so keep an eye on the latest NLC map. In the meantime, our team is always happy to help you with any New Hampshire state licensing questions.

To Do and See in New Hampshire

New Hampshire may be small, but its presence is mighty! For example, the stunning White Mountains, which earned New Hampshire the nickname “Switzerland of America.” All in all, the state has 48 mountain peaks that rise to 4,000 feet or higher. This makes for great skiing, but as a coastal state New Hampshire has some pretty great beaches in the mix as well. The state also stands out for its cool maritime vibe with lighthouses, craggy coasts, and old fishing towns. It’s an iconic image, and New Hampshire lives up to the hype.

A few must-sees and must-dos include Acadia National Park, Old Orchard Beach, Farnsworth Art Museum, Pemaquid Point, whale watching, Monhegan Island, and a sail along the coast. There’s also much to do and see in New Hampshire’s unique cities. 

With all that coastline and farmland, you know New Hampshire is a foodie paradise. Enjoy iconic New Hampshire cuisine like clam chowder, maple syrup, apple cider donuts, lobster, fried lake bass, apple pie, venison, and more.

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Quick New Hampshire Facts

  • State Nickname: The Granite State
  • Capital City: Concord
  • Largest Cities: Manchester, Nashua, Concord, Dover, Rochester
  • Charming Towns: Portsmouth, Meredith, Lincoln, Bartlett, North Conway, Littleton
  • Cost of Living: 37th-lowest cost of living in U.S.
  • Average RN Salary: $78,720
  • Random Trivia: New Hampshire is home to the oldest summer resort in the nation and a site referred to as America’s Stonehenge.

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We connect care by staffing top healthcare facilities in New Hampshire with brilliant Travel Nurses.


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Personalized Pay Packages

Travel Nurses working in New Hampshire enjoy a personalized payment package with great wage rates, licensure and certification reimbursement, a 401(k) with an immediately vested company contribution, loyalty and referral bonuses, and more.

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Great Benefits

We offer our travel nurses and travel allied health professionals day one medical, dental, and vision insurance, plus the option of several additional voluntary benefits, including life, long-term disability, critical illness, accident, hospital indemnity, and AD&D insurance.

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Employee Assistance Program

Current travelers also have automatic, free access to our employee assistance program (EAP) through Cigna, which includes eight free counseling sessions and many more free resources to support you and your family in every facet of life.

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Travel Nurse Housing

When it comes to making a home in your latest location, Medical Solutions travelers have the option of company-provided, private, fully furnished, secure, pet-friendly housing arranged by our expert housing team or a non-taxable housing stipend that helps you arrange and pay for your own housing costs, depending on your eligibility and location.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Find answers to your questions about New Hampshire Travel Nursing Jobs with Medical Solutions and Travel Nursing in general.

Simply apply here. You can also call us at 1.866.633.3548 and speak with a recruiter, who can answer your questions and send you an information packet. All we need to begin is your application and resume. Once we receive your information, we can begin discussing potential assignments that fit your profile. When you find a job you want, your recruiter will submit you for the job and walk you through the process from there.
Most assignments are 13 weeks in length, but we’ve seen them as short as four weeks and as long as 24. You are obligated to finish your assignment as contracted, but there is no contract binding you to work more assignments afterward. You can take a new assignment right after your last or take a break. It’s all up to you!
Many states are in the Nurse Licensure Compact (NLC), which allows you reciprocal rights to practice in compact states. If you need to obtain a new state license, your Recruiter can tell you exactly how much time is necessary to apply for it and the cost. If a new license is required for your assignment, Medical Solutions will reimburse you for the cost!