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Philadelphia, PA
RN • Coronary Care
Start: ASAP
Shift: Night
Duration: 13 Weeks

ICU/ CRITICAL CARE/ INTENSIVE CARE UNIT REGISTERED NURSE (RN) TRAVEL JOB As an ICU/CCU RN, you will have the privilege of providing direct nursing care to the patients we serve. CRITICAL CARE/ICU/ CCU RN RESPONSIBILITIES: * Critical Care Registered Nurses must be proficient in a wide variety of high-level nursing skills. Exceptional Critical Care RNs have strong interpersonal communication, leadership, and critical thinking * Assessing a patient’s condition and planning and implementing patient care plans * Assisting physicians in performing procedures * Observing and recording vital signs * Evaluating and ordering diagnostic tests * Monitor the patients well-being, both emotional and physical * Collaborates with members of the critical care team * Administers intravenous fluids and medications * Responds to life threatening situations using nursing standards and protocols for treatment * Treats wounds and provides advanced life support * Ensured ventilators, monitors, and other types of medical equipment static function properly * Acts as patient advocate * Provides education and support to patient families * The Critical Care RN performs other position related duties as assigned

Hummelstown, PA
RN • LTAC
Start: ASAP
Shift: Day
Duration: 13 Weeks

LTAC LONG TERM ACUTE CARE REGISTERED NURSE (RN) TRAVEL JOB Long Term Acute Care (LTAC) Registered Nurses are responsible for caring for patients who required extended medical care. LTAC LONG TERM ACUTE CARE RN RESPONSIBILITIES: * The LTAC Registered Nurse provides quality patient care during the patient assessment, intervention, and evaluation * The Long Term Acute Care Registered Nurse collaborates with all members of a patient's healthcare team to formulate a care plan that ensures optimum outcomes and continuity of care * The LTAC Registered Nurse is responsible for dispensing medications, chest tubes, ventilators, wound vacs, critical care IV Drips, feeding tubes, central lines, etc * LTAC RN's develop an individualized plan of care and work closely with a multidisciplinary team to coordinate and oversee wound care, ventilator care, rehab, and more * Monitors, implements, and evaluates status of patient * An LTAC RN gives guidance and supervision to clinical support staff * Provide emotional support to the patient and family

Tyler, TX
RN • ICU/Critical Care
Start: ASAP
Shift: Day
Duration: 27 Weeks

ICU/ CRITICAL CARE/ INTENSIVE CARE UNIT REGISTERED NURSE (RN) TRAVEL JOB As an ICU/CCU RN, you will have the privilege of providing direct nursing care to the patients we serve. CRITICAL CARE/ICU/ CCU RN RESPONSIBILITIES: * Critical Care Registered Nurses must be proficient in a wide variety of high-level nursing skills. Exceptional Critical Care RNs have strong interpersonal communication, leadership, and critical thinking * Assessing a patient’s condition and planning and implementing patient care plans * Assisting physicians in performing procedures * Observing and recording vital signs * Evaluating and ordering diagnostic tests * Monitor the patients well-being, both emotional and physical * Collaborates with members of the critical care team * Administers intravenous fluids and medications * Responds to life threatening situations using nursing standards and protocols for treatment * Treats wounds and provides advanced life support * Ensured ventilators, monitors, and other types of medical equipment static function properly * Acts as patient advocate * Provides education and support to patient families * The Critical Care RN performs other position related duties as assigned

Morgantown, WV
RN • Stepdown
Start: ASAP
Shift: Night
Duration: 13 Weeks

INTERMEDIATE MEDICAL CARE UNIT/IMCU REGISTERED NURSE (RN) TRAVEL JOB Registered Nurse in the Intermediate Medical Care Unit, care for patients who need a moderate level of attention. Patients’, in this unit, aren’t as self-sufficient as those in standard in-patient rooms, but they are not as critical as those in the Intensive Care Unit. INTERMEDIATE MEDICAL CARE UNIT/IMCU RN RESPONSIBILITIES: * IMCU nurses treat patients who are suffering from serious conditions, such as diabetes mellitus, electrolyte imbalances, renal failure, liver failure, gastrointestinal bleeds, blood disorders, cancer, sepsis, respiratory distress or multi-system organ failure * The IMCU RN assess each patient’s needs individually and collects relevant data, such as temperature, blood pressure and pain levels, according to the facility’s prescribed procedure. * Conduct ongoing assessments of each patient’s status in accordance with the facility’s requirements. * Perform physician prescribed treatments in a timely manner * Communicate effectively with patients, families, physicians, and coworkers, being an advocate for the patient at all times * Evaluate patient’s response to care and initiate independent and/or collaborative changes where appropriate * Perform other patient interventions described by the patient’s individualized treatment plan. * Provide individualized education for the patient, family, and or caregiver throughout the continuum of care. * Prepare equipment and assists physician during examination and treatment of patient * Records all care information accurately and completely and in accordance with guidelines established for Registered Nurses * Performs other position related duties as assigned

Warrensville, OH
RN • ICU/Critical Care
Start: 1 Weeks
Shift: Night
Duration: 13 Weeks

ICU/ CRITICAL CARE/ INTENSIVE CARE UNIT REGISTERED NURSE (RN) TRAVEL JOB As an ICU/CCU RN, you will have the privilege of providing direct nursing care to the patients we serve. CRITICAL CARE/ICU/ CCU RN RESPONSIBILITIES: * Critical Care Registered Nurses must be proficient in a wide variety of high-level nursing skills. Exceptional Critical Care RNs have strong interpersonal communication, leadership, and critical thinking * Assessing a patient’s condition and planning and implementing patient care plans * Assisting physicians in performing procedures * Observing and recording vital signs * Evaluating and ordering diagnostic tests * Monitor the patients well-being, both emotional and physical * Collaborates with members of the critical care team * Administers intravenous fluids and medications * Responds to life threatening situations using nursing standards and protocols for treatment * Treats wounds and provides advanced life support * Ensured ventilators, monitors, and other types of medical equipment static function properly * Acts as patient advocate * Provides education and support to patient families * The Critical Care RN performs other position related duties as assigned

Kinston, NC
RN • Med/Surg
Start: ASAP
Shift: Night
Duration: 13 Weeks

MEDICAL SURGICAL/ MED-SURG/MS REGISTERED NURSE (RN) TRAVEL JOB Med-Surge Registered Nurses provide care for patients before and after surgical procedures, in addition to caring for patients being treated with pharmaceuticals to manage illness. It is imperative that Med-Surge RNs be proficient in caring for a variety of health conditions. MEDICAL SURGICAL/MED-SURG RN RESPONSIBILITIES: * The Med-Surg RN provides bedside care for a variety of patients * He or she develops individualized patient assessments and an individualized plan of care accordingly * Prepares, administers, and records prescribed medications * Records patient’s medical information and vital signs * Monitors, interprets, and records electronic displays * Initiates alternative action when adverse symptomology is displayed * Medical Surgical nurses often change dressings, insert catheters, start IVs * Prepares equipment and assists physician during examination and treatment of patient * Exhibits understanding and utilization of universal precautions, asepsis and infection control procedures * Records all care information accurately and completely * Provides support to patient and family members * Performs other position related duties as assigned

Chicago, IL
RN • PCU
Start: ASAP
Shift: Night
Duration: 14 Weeks

PROGRESSIVE CARE UNIT/PCU REGISTERED NURSE (RN) TRAVEL JOB Progressive Care Unit (PCU) Registered Nurses care for patients requiring close monitoring and frequent assessment. PROGRESSIVE CARE UNIT/PCU RN RESPONSIBILITIES: * PCU Registered Nurses care for patients who need close monitoring and frequent assessment, but who aren't unstable enough to require ICU care. * The PCU RN uses computer equipment to monitor cardiac and other vital information and detect any changes, thereby enabling intervention of life-threatening or emergency situations. * Close observation is necessary as many PCU patients receive a significant amount of complex medications, sometimes through an intravenous line that may need to be adjusted or titrated. * The PCU RN is sometimes also called a step-down nurse, telemetry nurse, cardiac stepdown, medical stepdown, neuro stepdown, surgical stepdown and ER holding. * Provides exceptional bedside care * Records patient’s medical information and vital signs * Prepares equipment and assists physician during examination and treatment of patient * Monitors and adjusts specialized equipment used on patients and interprets electronic displays to help guide treatment * Records all care information accurately and completely and in accordance with guidelines established for Registered Nurses * Performs other position related duties as assigned

Columbia, MO
RN • Cath Lab
Start: ASAP
Shift: Day
Duration: 13 Weeks

CARDIAC CATH LAB REGISTERED NURSE (RN) TRAVEL JOB As a Cardiac Cath Lab Registered Nurse, you will assist in identifying, diagnosing, and treating with imaging technology that will ultimately inform treatment and procedures. CARDIAC CATH LAB RN RESPONSIBILITIES: * Cath Lab Registered nurses will assist with angioplasties, valvuloplasties, and stent placements * Cath lab RN prepare patients for specific procedures * Monitor and record vital signs, oxygen levels, and heart rhythms * The Registered Nurse will perform procedures, including contrast injections, IV starts and venipuncture for lab specimens * Assist in implanting pacemakers and implantable cardioverter defibrillators (ECDs) * RN will Monitor the patient’s progress towards attainment of outcomes

Newton, NJ
RN • Labor/Delivery
Start: ASAP
Duration: 8 Weeks

LABOR & DELIVERY UNIT/ L&D REGISTERED NURSE (RN) LONG TERM JOB As a Labor and Delivery (L&D) Registered Nurse, you will provide direct care and support for women before, during, and after the delivery of a baby. LABOR AND DELIVERY RN RESPONSIBILITIES: * The L&D RN is responsible for monitoring patient throughout labor * The Registered Nurse serves as the primary point of contact for family members * Performs knowledge of phlebotomy, basic IV and central lines * L&D registered nurses exhibit knowledge of hemodynamics * Assesses and records maternal vital signs throughout labor and post-partum stages * Administers pain medication and other medicines as ordered * Labor and Delivery nurses ensure that patient is in proper positioning for delivery * Aids doctor with aspect of delivery * RN reads fetal monitor and monitors baby’s heart rate * Records time of birth * The Labor and Delivery Registered Nurse provides immediate care of newborn * Educates and supports new mothers and families on infant care * The RN Provides other duties as assigned

Newton, NJ
RN • PCU
Start: ASAP
Duration: 8 Weeks

PROGRESSIVE CARE UNIT/PCU REGISTERED NURSE (RN) LONG TERM JOB Progressive Care Unit (PCU) Registered Nurses care for patients requiring close monitoring and frequent assessment. PROGRESSIVE CARE UNIT/PCU RN RESPONSIBILITIES: * PCU Registered Nurses care for patients who need close monitoring and frequent assessment, but who aren't unstable enough to require ICU care. * The PCU RN uses computer equipment to monitor cardiac and other vital information and detect any changes, thereby enabling intervention of life-threatening or emergency situations. * Close observation is necessary as many PCU patients receive a significant amount of complex medications, sometimes through an intravenous line that may need to be adjusted or titrated. * The PCU RN is sometimes also called a step-down nurse, telemetry nurse, cardiac stepdown, medical stepdown, neuro stepdown, surgical stepdown and ER holding. * Provides exceptional bedside care * Records patient’s medical information and vital signs * Prepares equipment and assists physician during examination and treatment of patient * Monitors and adjusts specialized equipment used on patients and interprets electronic displays to help guide treatment * Records all care information accurately and completely and in accordance with guidelines established for Registered Nurses * Performs other position related duties as assigned

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