Location Profile

Winchester, Virginia

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

Hospital Overview

The healthcare provider is located in Winchester, Virginia and consists of multiple healthcare facilities. The locations offer comprehensive healthcare services including surgery, advanced cardiac care, women's health, and wound care. For over 100 years, the provider has been a leader in healthcare in the Shenandoah Valley region of Virginia.

This facility is magnet-recognized. This means the facility employs the best-trained and most qualified nurses. There is also a higher nurse-perceived quality of care and unit effectiveness. Nurses are empowered to join committees so they can attain autonomy to build a consensus with an involved team. Job satisfaction, patient satisfaction, and overall safety and quality metrics are cutting-edge in state-of-the-art magnet facilities.

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: Med-Surg
  • $39.50USD hourly (multiply by 1.31 for CDN)
  • 52 weeks
  • 72 hours of paid time off
  • 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 just 60 miles outside Washington, D.C, and tucked in the Shenandoah Valley, Winchester, Virginia features dozens of attractions, great entertainment, and plenty of shopping for even the biggest shopaholic. This historic city is known for its Civil War sites, museums, and the yearly Apple Blossom Festival. Whether you hike, swim, or drive the area, you'll see some of the beautiful views that Virginia has to offer in Winchester. Winchester is an affordable city that is extremely family-friendly and has been named one of the top cities to raise a family in Virginia. The city is also one of the fastest-growing areas in the state and yet remains affordable. Various events like the annual Apple Blossom Festival, the Frederick County Fair, and various smaller festivals make it an enjoyable spot to be year-round.

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

Cost of Living


Winchester Public Schools runs the public schools in the area. The above-average school system has 4 elementary schools for Pre-K to 4th grade, 1 intermediate school (grades 5-6), 1 middle school (grades 6-7), and 1 high school (grades 8-12).  Winchester Public Schools offers multiple initiatives for students to have a well-rounded education. The elementary schools have a rich focus on STEM, STEAM, and global immersion to offer students an excellent well-rounded education. Beginning in grade 6, students have access to a personal device for a well-thorough academic experience, and this continues through high school. Renowned programs for dual languages, extracurriculars, and other offerings are also available at various grade levels. This comprehensive educational approach is reflected in the fact that nearly 70% of students are proficient in reading and math according to test scores. Winchester is also one of the top 10 diverse school districts and the 20th most safest in Virginia. There are also 6 private schools in Winchester.

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Winchester features a city trolley that takes you to all of the popular spots for shopping, dining, and is a stop on the Union Breeze, a multi-city bus service connecting Washington D.C, to various points in Virginia.

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Local and Nearby Attractions

Winchester has great options for shopping. The Apple Blossom Mall is an enclosed shopping complex with over 90 stores, while Creekside Town Center is an open-air development with both independent and national stores. There's also the Old Town Winchester historic district, a 2-block collection of boutiques, antique stores, and local shops. You'll also find Winchester is full of department stores like Kohl's, Walmart and Target.

The fun continues with Winchester's vibrant arts and culture scene. Whether you love film, art, or live music, there's something to do and see here. The Bright Box Theater hosts traveling musicians, comedians, and live performances throughout the year. The Magic Lantern Theater is a non-profit showing various quality films including classic movies. For new releases, there's the famous Alamo Drafthouse which serves food and beverages during its film screenings. Winchester Little Theatre presents several plays each season for kids and families. Every summer, the Shenandoah Summer Music Theatre presents 3 full-scale musicals and other educational shows.

History comes alive in Winchester thanks to the city's multiple museums and historic sites. The Museum of the Shenandoah Valley has 4 gallery spaces with 18th-century art and a space devoted to miniatures, as well as the Glen Burnie home and the beautiful Glen Burnie Gardens. For children, there's the Shenandoah Valley Discovery Museum, an indoor facility with interactive displays on health, nature, and technology. The Winchester-Frederick County has preserved the rich history of the city and its connection to the nation. You can visit and tour sites like the George Washington Office and Stonewall Jackson's Headquarters. There's also the 200-year-old historic Abram's Delight home and cabins.

Winchester boasts over 270 acres of parkland and offers some of the most beautiful areas for outdoor recreation. Visit Jim Barnett Park to explore over 170 acres of green space and take a dip in the park's pools. The park includes a playground, fitness trails, and a disc golf course.

The Abrams Creek Wetland Preserve spans 25 acres and is home to over 300 plant species plus 180 kinds of birds. Excellent for birdwatching and learning about nature, the preserve is a great place for a walk or bike ride. Local businesses like the Wagon Ranch offer guided horseback rides where you'll see some of the best views in the Shenandoah Valley. For more outdoor fun, take a fly fishing trip or go for a hike. Indoors, there's the Winchester Skating & Family Fun Center, a 27,000-square-foot family fun center with skating and arcade games. During the summer, sports fans can enjoy a baseball game by the Winchester Royals, or view a race at the Winchester Speedway.

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Crime Rate

Crime in Winchester has consistently fallen year after year in Winchester. The crime rate decreased by nearly 10% over the last year and the city is safer than almost 30% of the country. Winchester Police features 79 sworn officers who protect the city and they regularly engage in active crime prevention plus community outreach. The state of Virginia is known for its overall low crime rates.�

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