Location Profile

Winston-Salem, North Carolina

Facility Type
Facility Location
Winston-Salem, North Carolina
Teaching Facility
Trauma Center
Number of Beds

Hospital Overview

The healthcare provider is located in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. With a storied history of over 100 years, the provider is one of the foremost medical providers in the area. Their commitment to care means they have developed a full list of specialties and services for their patients. Services include pediatrics, orthopedic, surgical, and cardiac care. More than 50 medical professionals and staff are on hand to offer state-of-the-art compassionate care to patients.

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
  • 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

One of the largest cities in North Carolina, Winston-Salem is a city with two names and plenty to adore. Known for its extensive arts scene, flourishing industry, and affordability, Winston-Salem is a city on the move. Its family-friendly attractions, beautiful surroundings, and diverse neighborhoods make it a North Carolina gem. Winston-Salem is known by the locals affectionately as “Winston” and is a traditional Southern locale steeped in history. The city is on the move and is the 5th most populous city in North Carolina. Lately, it’s undergone significant growth and is one of the most exciting places in the state. The area regularly receives accolades. Forbes named it on their list of top 14 places to travel in the U.S. and the city is noted for its downtown livability. Niche.com named it 72nd on its list of best places to live in America.

Learn more about Winston-Salem on the official city website and visit the official county website to learn more about the area.

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The local public school system for the area is Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools, the 78th largest school system in the country. There are 42 elementary schools, 14 middle schools, 15 high schools, and 9 specialty schools. Students in the district have a low student-teacher ratio of 15 to 1 to create an atmosphere conducive to learning. Each curriculum is created for an engaging and integrative learning experience. A full range of academic programs is available including options for gifted and talented students. Students have the opportunity to apply to magnet schools in programs such as STEM, Global and Cultural Studies, and Visual Arts. The district high schools are well-regarded and several have been recognized on the U.S. News and World Report’s Best U.S. High Schools list, with a few schools even among the top 2,000 high schools in the country. There are more than 30 Advanced Placement classes available for high schoolers, and they also have the opportunity to participate in dual-enrollment. Winston-Salem also has 22 private schools.

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Local and Nearby Attractions

You’ll find a diverse selection of stores, boutiques and shopping plazas in Winston-Salem. Many of the stores feature the unique stylings the area has to offer. Browse for art, jewelry, gifts, clothing, books, fine food, and other merchandise. There are specialty shops and galleries galore in addition to familiar brand names. You’ll find Target, Walmart, Kohl’s, and other big-box general merchandise stores. Winston-Salem also features Thruway Center, an open-air selection of retailers and restaurants, and Hanes Mall, an enclosed shopping mall. Grocery shopping options include Whole Foods, Trader Joe’s, Food Lion, Aldi, Lidl, and The Fresh Market.

As Winston-Salem is nicknamed the “City of the Arts and Innovation,” it comes as no surprise that the city is a cultural hotspot. The city features an arts district with galleries and workshop spaces and offers great art museums: the Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art and the Reynolda House Museum of American Art. Each of these institutions features a robust collection of art. There’s also a specialty museum, Museum of Early Southern Decorative Arts, which is dedicated to the preservation of decorative arts made and used by those living in the early South. Winston-Salem even has a quirky way to purchase art, the Art-of-Mat, restored vending machines that are located around the city. Performing arts also thrive in the city with Hanesbrands Theatre, Little Theatre of Winston-Salem, and Stained Glass Playhouse among the spaces to see live performances. On the University of North Carolina School of the Arts is the beautifully-restored 1929 silent movie theatre the Stevens Center; it features performances in music, theatre, and dance for the community. Live music is also performed by the Winston-Salem Symphony throughout the year at the Stevens and various venues.

Museums in Winston-Salem cover a great range of topics and mediums for any age to appreciate. Young museum fans can visit the Kalideum, an exciting children’s museum and science center. Race fans will surely be pleased with the Winston Cup Museum, a space full of NASCAR memorabilia and exhibits for the Winston Cup series. The Old Salem Museum and Gardens is a section of town with a living history exhibit: you can interact with tradespeople like bakers and blacksmiths while touring restored buildings. More historical information can be learned and seen at the New Winston Museum, while the Museum of Anthropology shares backgrounds on global cultures. If a movie is more your speed, there’s a selection of great theatres to visit for the latest releases.

Winston-Salem’s parks and recreation department has an abundance of beautiful spaces to enjoy. Quarry Park features an overlook pier that lets you see the quarry and the skyline in the distance - the view makes it definitely worth a visit. For walkers, there are numerous walking trails in the parks around Winston-Salem plus Salem Lake, a 365-acre lake with a 7-mile trail. Bethabara Park is a sprawling historic property on a 183-acre wildlife preserve with 126 species of birds. The park also features a historic church, colonial village, fort, and archeological sites. Throughout the city are numerous city and community parks including Hobby Park, Miller Park, Lockland Park, and Hanes Park. Each has recreational amenities including sports fields, play equipment, trails, and picnic facilities. Winston-Salem also boasts a skate park and aquatic center.

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Crime Rate

Crime in Winston-Salem has decreased by 6% over the last year, and you�ll be safe in the city thanks to the diligent police force. The 466 sworn officers protect the city through a variety of crime prevention methods. Community programs include neighborhood watch and Crime Stoppers.

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