Yes, through the permanent program or the H-1B program. Since a professional nurse is a Schedule A occupation, employers may file a Form ETA-750 directly with the USCIS. However, the H-1B program requires that nurse on an H-1B must have a bachelor's degree and the job that the nurse is hired to perform must require a bachelor's degree. USCIS ultimately makes the decision as to whether or not a job qualifies for an H-1B visa.
Note: Canadian and Mexican nurses can come to the U.S. under TN program