Location Profile

Charlottesville, Virginia

Facility Type
Facility Location
Charlottesville, Virginia
Teaching Facility
Trauma Center
Number of Beds

Hospital Overview

The healthcare provider is located in Charlottesville, Virginia. Patients receive quality care for home and health with the same advanced technology available in state-of-the-art hospitals. In business for over 30 years, the healthcare provider is nationally-recognized for its dedication to compassionate and thorough care.

The below invite-only career opportunity is available only to Canadian RNs that qualify for a TN visa. The listed benefits may vary based on your need for assistance with a TN visa and desire for US Green Card sponsorship, if applicable. Rest assured, our recruiters will present you with your personalized compensation and benefits package for review and acceptance prior to interviewing with our client healthcare organization.

  • Specialties: MS, Tele, OR, ICU
  • Nights and days available
  • 72 hours of paid time off for 52--week assignment
  • Potential for Green Card sponsorship or up to a $3,500USD completion bonus
  • Paid US VisaScreen and support with application and processing
  • Paid state licensure and assistance with application and processing
  • Allowance for relocation and/or travel to/from assignment

Community Overview

Located in the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains and less than 3 hours away from Washington D.C., Charlottesville is a city where arts and culture, history, and family fun thrive. The city offers a rich experience for all who visit and live here. Thanks to the world-class cuisine, vibrant entertainment, and friendly atmosphere, Charlottesville often receives accolades. Most recently, the city was named one of the Best Small City Road Trip Destinations by Travelocity and the 5th Best Place to Live by Livability.

Charlottesville is more than a historic town, it's also a school town as the home of University of the Virginia. There's always something to do in Charlottesville and the city has several events that put it on the map. Virginia Festival of the Book has been running for over 20 years and is a celebration of books and literacy, attracting more than 20,000 people each year, while the Virginia Film Festival is a beloved and engaging annual celebration of film.

Learn more about Charlottesville at the official city website and explore the area at the county website.

Cost of Living


Charlottesville City Public Schools features 6 elementary schools, however, there's also an Upper Elementary school that teaches 5th and 6th-grade students. Students in the district then go to on to attend the 1 middle school and 1 high school in the city. The district offers a diverse collection of services and programs tailored to give students the best education possible - these include a virtual learning program and Lugo-McGinness Academy, a small academy that offers personalized instruction for students in grades 8-12. Ranked as the 6th best school district in Virginia by Niche.com readers, Charlottesville City Public Schools has nearly 80% of its students proficient in math and reading. Charlottesville also features 21 private schools and serves more than 3,000 students.

Click here to read more about public schools in Charlottesville.

Click here to read about private schools in Charlottesville.


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Local and Nearby Attractions

Charlottesville features a great range of shopping options both in the form of shopping centers and charming shops dotting its streets. Specialty shops, local favorites, and artisans make it a great place to find unique wares and new treasured items. Charlottesville's shopping centers include Seminole Square Shopping Center, The Barracks Road Shopping Center, Pantops Shopping Center, and the Downtown Mall. This is just the start of the shopping scene present in the city. Outlet malls, the local City Market, and even more independent retailers help round out a great place to shop for merchandise, food, toys, gifts, and more.

Don't overlook the entertainment or arts and culture options Charlottesville has as well when you need to something to do. The historic Paramount Theater features movie screenings, concerts, comedy, and sports events, with a full calendar of options for every interest while John Paul Arena presents comedy, sports, live music, and much more. Children can attend age-appropriate performances at the DMR Adventures and see fun shows inspired by fairy tales, Disney movies, and other familiar stories. Charlottesville is entrenched in the nation's history and has developed a world-class roster of museums and historical sites to visit. From Thomas Jefferson's Monticello to the Jefferson School African-American Heritage Center, you'll be amazed at the wealth of history you can explore. Art lovers can stop by the University of Virginia to see their Fralin Museum of Art or the Kluge-Ruhe Aboriginal Art Collection. Families can't miss the Virginia Discovery Museum, a hands-on interactive center with over 6,000 square feet of exhibits. Adventure lovers and those who love outdoor recreation won't be bored either -- not with Shenandoah National Park, the Rivanna Trail, and Ivy Creek to explore. Charlottesville is a champion golf destination as well, and boasts 4 courses including an Arnold Palmer Signature Course.

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Crime Rate

With its crime rate declining by more than 10% over the last year, the city is safe for all. Charlottesville has a crime rate 6% lower than the national average plus is safer than 20% of the rest of the country. The city hit a 20-year low in crime incidents in 2017 and has shown signs of continuing that pattern.

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