When most people think of New York, the first thing that usually comes to mind is Manhattan and the New York metropolitan area, the most populous in the nation. While it offers seemingly unlimited opportunities for entertainment and the finer things in life, the city that never sleeps is only part of New York’s appeal.
The Empire State is massive and has much to offer physicians, advanced practitioners, and CRNAs alike. Providers across all specialties can enjoy a range of short- and/or long-term locum tenens opportunities in New York.
What’s more, the eleventh state is home to a wealth of experiences—from exhilarating outdoor adventures in the Adirondacks to wine trails and winery events in the Hudson Valley, the oldest wine-making and grape-growing region in the United States—sure to appeal to a variety of aspirations and appetites. Here, learn about three such experiences outside of the Big Apple that are unique and distinctly New York.
- “Stay and Play” in Niagara Falls. Offered Monday through Thursday, this package is subject to availability and has been especially designed to help guests get the most out of their experience. Seneca Niagara Resort & Casino boasts 3,000-plus slots and more than 80 table games, live poker, and keno. In addition, the full-amenity resort has 10 restaurants, seven shops, and a full-service spa. It is consistently recognized as a top performer in the gaming industry by Casino Player magazine, and is renowned for providing big-name entertainment and scintillating nightlife. This Stay and Play package includes overnight accommodations in a deluxe corner king suite with Jacuzzi, oversized shower, mini bar, and breathtaking views of the city skyline; $30 free slot play; $20 resort credit; and more. Cost at this writing: $289 per night plus a resort fee.
- Enjoy three nights of peace and luxury near Woodstock. The Tranquil Luxury Barn provides an idyllic respite for anyone in search of serenity in nature, well-appointed accommodations, and a bit of pampering. The property overlooks a picturesque pond and stream, and—depending on the season—guests can partake in activities ranging from music festivals and hiking to bird watching and skiing. Strolling through the area’s art galleries and antique shops is a popular pastime, too. Area yoga and Pilates instructors offer guests opportunities to pick up a class or two during their stay, and a local masseuse can provide on-site massages, if desired. One complimentary breakfast for two at a local café is included, and there is a three-night minimum stay. Cost at this writing: $243 per night, plus a $125 cleaning fee and $250 security deposit.
- Cook with a celebrity chef in the Finger Lakes region. During his summer residency at the New York Wine & Culinary Center in Canandaigua, Danny Boome—chef, host of Food Network’s Rescue Chef, and founder of the Gastronauts Academy—will offer the Summer Essentials Cooking Class on Saturdays from 2 to 5 p.m. Billed as the ultimate foodie afternoon, the three-hour class guides students through a diverse, six-dish seasonal menu inspired by the region’s best produce to provide a fresh twist on international classics. Dishes are thoughtfully paired with the finest wine, craft beer, spirits, and coffee roasters in the area. The class includes all instruction, food and drink, aprons, and equipment, and it is geared to cooks of every level. Cost at this writing: $100 without transportation; $135 with transportation.
To learn more about locum tenens opportunities in New York or other parts of the country, call 855-301-0563 to speak with an experienced Medicus Healthcare Solutions recruiter today.