1 Postpartum Travel Nursing Jobs in New-Mexico
Start: 3 Weeks
Client in NM seeking OB/GYN Registered Nurse (RN) to work Day 3x12-Hour (07:00 - 19:00) A southwestern state whose diverse terrain encompasses the Chihuahuan Desert and the Sangre de Cristo Mountains. Santa Fe, its capital founded in 1610 is known for upscale spas and Spanish colonial architecture. New Mexico is also well known for its scenes throughout the state as it is home to many places you'll want to see with your own eyes. CoreMedical Group has hundreds of exciting and rewarding travel assignments throughout the country for Travel Allied Professionals and Travel Nurses. Plus, we're the only healthcare staffing company to offer our travelers a free, all-inclusive tropical vacation. You can earn our Club CoreMed vacation by working contracts and referring other travel professionals. As a travel allied professional or a traveling nurse with CoreMedical Group, you are eligible for some of the best benefits in the industry, including: * Free Private Housing or a Generous Housing Allowance * Health Insurance coverage, Medical/Dental/Vision * $50K in Free Life Insurance coverage * Travel Reimbursement * Licensure Assistance & Reimbursement * Matching 401K * Referral Bonus $$ Program * Club CoreMed Trip Points * Plus much more! *Estimate of weekly payments is intended for informational purposes and includes hourly wages, as well as reimbursements for meal & incidental expenses, and housing expenses incurred on behalf of the Company. Any benefits (medical/dental/vision) are in addition to the weekly pay. Please speak with your Recruiter for additional details. Estimated payments are subject to change until formal offer of assignment is made and accepted.
Uncover Postpartum Travel Nursing Jobs in New Mexico Today
Take your healthcare career to the American Southwest, and begin your search for postpartum travel nursing jobs in New Mexico today with TravelNurseSource. Officially nicknamed the “Land of Enchantment,” this state is full of color, art, music, dance, and gorgeous landscapes that are sure to “enchant” you. Not only that, but New Mexico has lots of Indian and Hispanic influences, immersing visitors in new cultures with distinct towns and ethnic cuisines. Working as a nurse in the postpartum unit, you will be responsible for providing emotional and physical care to newborn babies and their mothers, from right after birth until they leave the hospital. Tasks can include monitoring vital signs, changing wound dressings, and administering medications, along with offering guidance and education to first-time parents on how to properly care for their little one. If you have experience in the postpartum nursing field and think it’s time to wake up your nursing career, check out our available New Mexico travel postpartum nursing jobs now! Find one that works for you and complete an online application today!