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Bangor, ME
 
estimated $2,764 per week
Start: 4 Weeks
Duration: 26 weeks

Travel Nurse RN - Telemetry - $2,764 per week in Bangor, ME - Specializes in caring for patients who require continuous cardiac monitoring, often in telemetry or step-down units. These nurses interpret patients' heart rhythms using electronic equipment, identify potential complications or abnormalities, and collaborate with other healthcare professionals to provide appropriate interventions and treatment. Telemetry nurses also provide general nursing care and educate patients on heart-related conditions and lifestyle modifications.

Bangor, ME
 
estimated $2,722 per week
Start: 4 Weeks
Duration: 26 weeks

Travel Nurse RN - Telemetry - $2,722 per week in Bangor, ME - ID: 50002506 Shift: 7P-7A 12Night Description: This contract is interviewed by SimpliFi.8/20 start is non negotiable48hrs is non negotiableNight shift is non negotiable26 weeks is highly preferredAbout , MELevel 2 Trauma Center411 BedsGeneral : (48) on Merritt 3; (10) Haskell 3Minimum Experience:RN: 2 years of Med/Tele experience no exceptionsCNA: 1 year - if the traveler has not worked in a hospital setting for the last year, please decline no exceptionsWill you accept a first-time traveler?RN: Not taking 1st time travelers at this timeCNA: Must get manager approval on 1st time travelersPatient will routinely work between Merritt 3 (48 beds) and Haskell 3 (10 meds)both units are considered one large Med/Tele department on the same floor with private and semi-private roomsSurgical: Bariatric: Gastric Bypass, Gastric sleeveVascular Surgeries: carotid endarterectomies, femoral endarterectomies, amputations, AAA repair, peripheral artery bypass grafts, fem-pop bypass Urology: TURP, cysto, cystectomy, penectomy, nephrectomy, ureteral stentsGeneral/GI: mastectomy, breast reduction; hemicolectomies, exploratory laps, bowel resection, cholecystectomy, colorectal surgeries; whipplesOrtho: total joint, ORIF, external fixation, Ortho TraumaENT: parotidectomy, neck dissection, and thyroidectomyPlastics: muscle flaps, skin graftsNeurosurgery: spinal fusions, laminectomies, craniotomiesMedical , Pneumonia, COVID, COPD, sepsis, cellulitis, GI Bleed, Chron s, Vascular Gangrene, ETOH withdrawal, IVDA, etc.All beds have remote Telemetry monitoring capabilitiesPatient : 1:4-5Night: 1:5-6CNA:Day: 1:8-10Night: 1:10Required EKG certification (ability to read/interpret cardiac rhythm strips)CNA: BLSSkills more than 6 days RTO (NO HOLIDAYS) is accepted at this timePlease ask all travelers about charge experience and include in the offer info if they have/have not worked in a CRN capacityTelemetry experience (Cardiac rhythm interpretation) will not transport patient on Tele but must be able to verify/interpret strips on the unitGeneral post-surgical experience is a MUSTVascular surgical patients comprise a large portion of our patient population. This person would need to have the basic knowledge of what to look at and for (assessment-wise) with this type of patient.Ortho post-op (total joints, ORIF) experience is preferred, peripheral IV starts, tube feedings, TPN, Trach Care, Chest tubes, continuous bladder irrigation, drain management and removal (JP, Accordian), dressing changes, wound vacsComfortability to discontinue non-tunneled catheters, will wean patients off Epidural pump per order set, PCAsHeparin Drips, Insulin Drips; NO cardiac drips or cardiac push medsCNA:1 year of acute care experience is required and it must be the most recentFollowing order sets (post op v/s and frequency)Glucose checksExperience with putting patients on continuous pulse ox and telemetryFamiliar with assistive devices (gait belts, walkers, sliding boards, hoyers, TSLO braces/ cervical collars ect)Ambulation of post op patientsI/O documented in MLsSequential/ TEDs ADLsAssisting with meals (feeding patients, passing out meal trays)Support on the (Ratio: 1:10)Charge nurse: typically free floatingResource Nurse Dayshift only, 7 days per week, 12 hr shiftsRTOT/PT/STHospitalist/SurgeonPA assigned specifically to this unit 1900-0700; 7 days per weekRemote monitoring at nurses stations for Tele/SpO2Technology/: CernerIV pumps: AlarisMedication dispensing: PyxisFloating: If yes, where?Any other unit to care for patients within or below scope of practiceOrientation: 2 Days of hospital orientation1 (12)h shift on unitHealthStream/iCare modules must be completed prior taking rotation: every other; occasionally back-to-back weekends flexibility is keyOn call? No callHoliday Expectations: no RTO requests at this timeRTO approval: Must be sent to Manager for approvalShift times: 0700-1900; 1900-0700Schedule cycle: 4 weeks at a time; will receive 2 weeks in advanceOther Color:RN: Any color, must be professionalCNA: Any color, must be professional. No logo shirts or sweatshirts.No crocsNo artificial nailsNo cell phone use or ear pods in ANY patient care areasParking: Free Program Travel Guaranteed Hours: 48 Contract

Bangor, ME
 
estimated $2,100 per week
Start: 7 Weeks

Travel Nurse RN - Telemetry - $2,100 per week in Bangor, ME - Client in ME seeking Registered Nurse - Telemetry (RN) to work 7P-7A 12Night With its inland mountains, rocky coastline, and charming cities, Maine offers the entire palette of New England's pleasures.Maine encompasses nearly all of the outdoor beauty and cultural pleasures that New England offers as a whole. The northern and inner regions welcome whitewater rafters, skiers, snowmobilers, hunters, and fishermen with their mountains, majestic forests, and abundant lakes and streams. The coastline is sprinkled with lighthouses that send out their beacons and mournful hoots for mariners. One highlight of the coastal region is the magnificent Acadia National Park, where early-morning hikers can watch the sun rise in the first place in the United States. In addition to its rocky shores and inlets, Maine's coast has white sand beaches and the jazzy, cotton-candy summertime beach culture that is pure fun for families and children. 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.

Bangor, ME
 
estimated $2,722 per week
Start: ASAP
Duration: 26 weeks

Travel Nurse RN - Telemetry - $2,722 per week in Bangor, ME - ID: 49722443 Shift: 7P-7A 12Night Description: This contract is interviewed by SimpliFi.7/16 start date is non negotiable48hrs is non negotiableNights is non negotiable26 weeks is highly preferredAbout , MELevel 2 Trauma Center411 BedsGeneral : (48) on Merritt 3; (10) Haskell 3Minimum Experience:RN: 2 years of Med/Tele experience no exceptionsCNA: 1 year - ask manager approval for any candidate that has previous hospital experience but has not worked in the hospital setting within the last year.Will you accept a first-time traveler?RN: Not taking 1st time travelers at this timeCNA: Must get manager approval on 1st time travelersPatient will routinely work between Merritt 3 (48 beds) and Haskell 3 (10 meds)both units are considered one large Med/Tele department on the same floor with private and semi-private roomsSurgical: Bariatric: Gastric Bypass, Gastric sleeveVascular Surgeries: carotid endarterectomies, femoral endarterectomies, amputations, AAA repair, peripheral artery bypass grafts, fem-pop bypass Urology: TURP, cysto, cystectomy, penectomy, nephrectomy, ureteral stentsGeneral/GI: mastectomy, breast reduction; hemicolectomies, exploratory laps, bowel resection, cholecystectomy, colorectal surgeries; whipplesOrtho: total joint, ORIF, external fixation, Ortho TraumaENT: parotidectomy, neck dissection, and thyroidectomyPlastics: muscle flaps, skin graftsNeurosurgery: spinal fusions, laminectomies, craniotomiesMedical , Pneumonia, COVID, COPD, sepsis, cellulitis, GI Bleed, Chron s, Vascular Gangrene, ETOH withdrawal, IVDA, etc.All beds have remote Telemetry monitoring capabilitiesPatient : 1:4-5Night: 1:5-6CNA:Day: 1:8-10Night: 1:10Required EKG certification (ability to read/interpret cardiac rhythm strips)CNA: BLSSkills more than 6 days RTO (NO HOLIDAYS) is accepted at this timePlease ask all travelers about charge experience and include in the offer info if they have/have not worked in a CRN capacityTelemetry experience (Cardiac rhythm interpretation) will not transport patient on Tele but must be able to verify/interpret strips on the unitGeneral post-surgical experience is a MUSTVascular surgical patients comprise a large portion of our patient population. This person would need to have the basic knowledge of what to look at and for (assessment-wise) with this type of patient.Ortho post-op (total joints, ORIF) experience is preferred, peripheral IV starts, tube feedings, TPN, Trach Care, Chest tubes, continuous bladder irrigation, drain management and removal (JP, Accordian), dressing changes, wound vacsComfortability to discontinue non-tunneled catheters, will wean patients off Epidural pump per order set, PCAsHeparin Drips, Insulin Drips; NO cardiac drips or cardiac push order sets (post op v/s and frequency)Glucose checksExperience with putting patients on continuous pulse ox and telemetryFamiliar with assistive devices (gait belts, walkers, sliding boards, hoyers, TSLO braces/ cervical collars ect)Ambulation of post op patientsI/O documented in MLsSequential/ TEDs ADLsAssisting with meals (feeding patients, passing out meal trays)Support on the (Ratio: 1:10)Charge nurse: typically free floatingResource Nurse Dayshift only, 7 days per week, 12 hr shiftsRTOT/PT/STHospitalist/SurgeonPA assigned specifically to this unit 1900-0700; 7 days per weekRemote monitoring at nurses stations for Tele/SpO2Technology/: CernerIV pumps: AlarisMedication dispensing: PyxisFloating: If yes, where?Any other unit to care for patients within or below scope of practiceOrientation: 2 Days of hospital orientation1 (12)h shift on unitHealthStream/iCare modules must be completed prior taking rotation: every other; occasionally back-to-back weekends flexibility is keyOn call? No callHoliday Expectations: no RTO requests at this timeRTO approval: Must be sent to Manager for approvalShift times: 0700-1900; 1900-0700Schedule cycle: 4 weeks at a time; will receive 2 weeks in advanceOther Color:RN: Any color, must be professionalCNA: Any color, must be professional. No logo shirts or sweatshirts.No crocsNo artificial nailsNo cell phone use or ear pods in ANY patient care areasParking: Free Program Travel Guaranteed Hours: 48 Contract

Bangor, ME
 
estimated $1,817 to $2,376 per week
Start: 4 Weeks

Travel Nurse RN - Telemetry - $1,817 to $2,376 per week in Bangor, ME - Job Description & Requirements Registered Nurse – Telemetry - Travel - (Tele RN) StartDate: 8/20/2024 Available Shifts: 12 N Pay Rate: $1816.58 - $2375.53 This contract is interviewed by SimpliFi. 8/20 start is non negotiable 48hrs is non negotiable Night shift is non negotiable 26 weeks is highly preferred About Facility: Bangor, ME Level 2 Trauma Center 411 Beds General Information: Beds: (48) on Merritt 3; (10) Haskell 3 Minimum Experience: RN: 2 years of Med/Tele experience – no exceptions CNA: 1 year - if the traveler has not worked in a hospital setting for the last year, please decline – no exceptions Will you accept a first-time traveler? RN: Not taking 1st time travelers at this time CNA: Must get manager approval on 1st time travelers Patient Types: Travelers will routinely work between Merritt 3 (48 beds) and Haskell 3 (10 meds) both units are considered one large Med/Tele department on the same floor with private and semi-private rooms Surgical: Bariatric: Gastric Bypass, Gastric sleeve Vascular Surgeries: carotid endarterectomies, femoral endarterectomies, amputations, AAA repair, peripheral artery bypass grafts, fem-pop bypass Urology: TURP, cysto, cystectomy, penectomy, nephrectomy, ureteral stents General/GI: mastectomy, breast reduction; hemicolectomies, exploratory laps, bowel resection, cholecystectomy, colorectal surgeries; whipples Ortho: total joint, ORIF, external fixation, Ortho Trauma ENT: parotidectomy, neck dissection, and thyroidectomy Plastics: muscle flaps, skin grafts Neurosurgery: spinal fusions, laminectomies, craniotomies Medical Overflow: CHF, Pneumonia, COVID, COPD, sepsis, cellulitis, GI Bleed, Chron’s, Vascular Gangrene, ETOH withdrawal, IVDA, etc. All beds have remote Telemetry monitoring capabilities Patient Ratios: RN: Day: 1:4-5 Night: 1:5-6 CNA: Day: 1:8-10 Night: 1:10 Required Certifications: RN: BLS basic EKG certification (ability to read/interpret cardiac rhythm strips) CNA: BLS Skills required: RN: NO more than 6 days RTO (NO HOLIDAYS) is accepted at this time Please ask all travelers about charge experience and include in the offer info if they have/have not worked in a CRN capacity Telemetry experience (Cardiac rhythm interpretation) – will not transport patient on Tele but must be able to verify/interpret strips on the unit General post-surgical experience is a MUST Vascular surgical patients comprise a large portion of our patient population. This person would need to have the basic knowledge of what to look at and for (assessment-wise) with this type of patient. Ortho post-op (total joints, ORIF) experience is preferred, peripheral IV starts, tube feedings, TPN, Trach Care, Chest tubes, continuous bladder irrigation, drain management and removal (JP, Accordian), dressing changes, wound vacs Comfortability to discontinue non-tunneled catheters, will wean patients off Epidural pump per order set, PCAs Heparin Drips, Insulin Drips; NO cardiac drips or cardiac push meds CNA: 1 year of acute care experience is required and it must be the most recent Following order sets (post op v/s and frequency) Glucose checks Experience with putting patients on continuous pulse ox and telemetry Familiar with assistive devices (gait belts, walkers, sliding boards, hoyers, TSLO braces/ cervical collars ect) Ambulation of post op patients I/O documented in MLs Sequential/ TEDs ADLs Assisting with meals (feeding patients, passing out meal trays) Support on the Unit: CNA (Ratio: 1:10) Charge nurse: typically free floating Resource Nurse – Dayshift only, 7 days per week, 12 hr shifts RT OT/PT/ST Hospitalist/Surgeon PA – assigned specifically to this unit 1900-0700; 7 days per week Remote monitoring at nurses stations for Tele/SpO2 Technology/Equipment: EMR: Cerner IV pumps: Alaris Medication dispensing: Pyxis Floating: If yes, where? Any other unit to care for patients within or below scope of practice Orientation: 2 Days of hospital orientation 1 (12)h shift on unit HealthStream/iCare modules must be completed prior taking patients Scheduling: Weekend rotation: every other; occasionally back-to-back weekends – flexibility is key On call? No call Holiday Expectations: no RTO requests at this time RTO approval: Must be sent to Manager for approval Shift times: 0700-1900; 1900-0700 Schedule cycle: 4 weeks at a time; will receive 2 weeks in advance Other notes: Scrub Color: RN: Any color, must be professional CNA: Any color, must be professional. No logo shirts or sweatshirts. No crocs No artificial nails No cell phone use or ear pods in ANY patient care areas Parking: Free Required Qualifications Will not consider travelers who have a permanent address in ME. ME RN License or compact state lic BLS, ACLS Tele SCL and Reference within a year RTO upon submission, no more that six days. No summer holiday time off will be granted. SSN & DOB About the Facility Featuring 411 beds, this medical center has 450 physicians and offers specialty and intensive services. This facility provides outreach clinics to many local hospitals in the region, allowing easier access for patients and supporting the role of those hospitals in their communities. In addition, the facility features a statewide medical helicopter service that transports critically ill and injured patients. Facility Location Bangor is the major commercial and cultural center for eastern and northern Maine. The City is located in the heart of Maine and looked upon as being Maine's “Queen City” ever since 1834. Residents and visitors alike can benefit from the best of both worlds: a clean and friendly city that captures all the excitement, opportunity and activity, with shpping centers and cafes that are easy to access. Job Benefits At AMN Healthcare we take care of our travelers! We offer: * Competitive pay rates * Free, quality, private housing * Medical, Dental, Vision * 401(k) and Flex Spending * Life Insurance * Accident and Short-term Disability Coverage * Free Continuing Education * Refer a friend and earn extra cash! About the Company At AMN Healthcare, we strive to be recognized as the most trusted, innovative, and influential force in helping healthcare organizations provide quality patient care that continually evolves to make healthcare more human, more effective, and more achievable. Telemetry nurse, telemetry, nurse, nursing, RN, R.N., registered nurse, hospital, medical, healthcare, health care, patient care, tele RN

Bangor, ME
 
estimated $2,722 per week
Start: 1 Weeks
Duration: 26 weeks

Travel Nurse RN - Telemetry - $2,722 per week in Bangor, ME - ID: 49823259 Shift: 7A-7P 12Day Description: This contract is interviewed by SimpliFi.7/30 start is non negotiableDay shift is non negotiable48hrs is non negotiable26weeks is highly preferredAbout , MELevel 2 Trauma Center411 BedsGeneral : (48) on Merritt 3; (10) Haskell 3Minimum Experience:RN: 2 years of Med/Tele experience no exceptionsCNA: 1 year - ask manager approval for any candidate that has previous hospital experience but has not worked in the hospital setting within the last year.Will you accept a first-time traveler?RN: Not taking 1st time travelers at this timeCNA: Must get manager approval on 1st time travelersPatient will routinely work between Merritt 3 (48 beds) and Haskell 3 (10 meds)both units are considered one large Med/Tele department on the same floor with private and semi-private roomsSurgical: Bariatric: Gastric Bypass, Gastric sleeveVascular Surgeries: carotid endarterectomies, femoral endarterectomies, amputations, AAA repair, peripheral artery bypass grafts, fem-pop bypass Urology: TURP, cysto, cystectomy, penectomy, nephrectomy, ureteral stentsGeneral/GI: mastectomy, breast reduction; hemicolectomies, exploratory laps, bowel resection, cholecystectomy, colorectal surgeries; whipplesOrtho: total joint, ORIF, external fixation, Ortho TraumaENT: parotidectomy, neck dissection, and thyroidectomyPlastics: muscle flaps, skin graftsNeurosurgery: spinal fusions, laminectomies, craniotomiesMedical , Pneumonia, COVID, COPD, sepsis, cellulitis, GI Bleed, Chron s, Vascular Gangrene, ETOH withdrawal, IVDA, etc.All beds have remote Telemetry monitoring capabilitiesPatient : 1:4-5Night: 1:5-6CNA:Day: 1:8-10Night: 1:10Required EKG certification (ability to read/interpret cardiac rhythm strips)CNA: BLSSkills more than 6 days RTO (NO HOLIDAYS) is accepted at this timePlease ask all travelers about charge experience and include in the offer info if they have/have not worked in a CRN capacityTelemetry experience (Cardiac rhythm interpretation) will not transport patient on Tele but must be able to verify/interpret strips on the unitGeneral post-surgical experience is a MUSTVascular surgical patients comprise a large portion of our patient population. This person would need to have the basic knowledge of what to look at and for (assessment-wise) with this type of patient.Ortho post-op (total joints, ORIF) experience is preferred, peripheral IV starts, tube feedings, TPN, Trach Care, Chest tubes, continuous bladder irrigation, drain management and removal (JP, Accordian), dressing changes, wound vacsComfortability to discontinue non-tunneled catheters, will wean patients off Epidural pump per order set, PCAsHeparin Drips, Insulin Drips; NO cardiac drips or cardiac push order sets (post op v/s and frequency)Glucose checksExperience with putting patients on continuous pulse ox and telemetryFamiliar with assistive devices (gait belts, walkers, sliding boards, hoyers, TSLO braces/ cervical collars ect)Ambulation of post op patientsI/O documented in MLsSequential/ TEDs ADLsAssisting with meals (feeding patients, passing out meal trays)Support on the (Ratio: 1:10)Charge nurse: typically free floatingResource Nurse Dayshift only, 7 days per week, 12 hr shiftsRTOT/PT/STHospitalist/SurgeonPA assigned specifically to this unit 1900-0700; 7 days per weekRemote monitoring at nurses stations for Tele/SpO2Technology/: CernerIV pumps: AlarisMedication dispensing: PyxisFloating: If yes, where?Any other unit to care for patients within or below scope of practiceOrientation: 2 Days of hospital orientation1 (12)h shift on unitHealthStream/iCare modules must be completed prior taking rotation: every other; occasionally back-to-back weekends flexibility is keyOn call? No callHoliday Expectations: no RTO requests at this timeRTO approval: Must be sent to Manager for approvalShift times: 0700-1900; 1900-0700Schedule cycle: 4 weeks at a time; will receive 2 weeks in advanceOther Color:RN: Any color, must be professionalCNA: Any color, must be professional. No logo shirts or sweatshirts.No crocsNo artificial nailsNo cell phone use or ear pods in ANY patient care areasParking: Free Program Travel Guaranteed Hours: 48 Contract

Bangor, ME
 
estimated $1,817 to $2,376 per week
Start: ASAP

Travel Nurse RN - Telemetry - $1,817 to $2,376 per week in Bangor, ME - Job Description & Requirements Registered Nurse – Telemetry - Travel - (Tele RN) StartDate: 7/23/2024 Available Shifts: 12 N Pay Rate: $1816.58 - $2375.53 SimpliFi Interview Team RTO Requests of 6 days or less with no holidays will be considered. About Facility: Bangor, ME Level 2 Trauma Center 411 Beds COVID vaccine required General Information: Beds: (50) on Merritt 3; (10) Haskell 3 Minimum Experience: 2 years of Med/Tele experience – no exceptions Will you accept a first-time traveler? No – no exceptions Patient Types: Travelers will routinely work between Merritt 3 (50 beds) and Haskell 3 (10 meds) both units are considered one large Med/Tele department on the same floor with private and semi-private rooms Medical: CHF, Pneumonia, COVID, COPD, sepsis, cellulitis, GI Bleed, Chron’s, Vascular Gangrene, ETOH withdrawal, IVDA, etc. Surgical: Bariatric: Gastric Bypass, Gastric sleeve Vascular Surgeries: carotid endarcterectomies, femoral endarcterectomies, amputations, AAA repair, peripheral artery bypass grafts Urology: TURP, cysto, cystectomy, penectomy, nephrectomy, ureteral stents, General/GI: mastectomy, breast reduction; hemicolectomies, exploratory laps, bowel resection, cholecystectomy, colorectal surgeries; whipples Ortho: total joint, ORIF, external fixation, Ortho Trauma ENT: parotidectomy, neck dissection, and thyroidectomy Plastics: muscle flaps, skin grafts Neurosurgery: spinal fusions, laminectomies, craniotomies Patient Ratios: RN: Day: 1:4-5 Night: 1:5-6 CNA: Day: 1:10 Night: 1:10 Required Certifications: BLS basic EKG certification (ability to read/interpret cardiac rhythm strips) Skills required: Telemetry experience (Cardiac rhythm interpretation) – will not transport patient on Tele but must be able to verify/interpret strips on the unit General post-surgical experience is a MUST Ortho post-op (total joints, ORIF) experience is preferred, peripheral IV starts, tube feedings, TPN, Trach Care, Chest tubes, continuous bladder irrigation, drain management and removal (JP, Accordian), dressing changes, wound vacs Comfortability to discontinue non-tunneled catheters, will wean patients off Epidural pump per order set, PCAs Heparin Drips, Insulin Drips; NO cardiac drips or cardiac push meds Support on the Unit: CNA (Ratio: 1:10) Charge nurse: typically free floating Resource Nurse – Dayshift only, 7 days per week RT OT/PT/ST Hospitalist/Surgeon PA – assigned specifically to this unit 1900-0700; 7 days per week Remote monitoring at nurses stations for Tele/SpO2 Technology/Equipment: EMR: Cerner IV pumps: Alaris Medication dispensing: Pyxis Floating: If yes, where? Any other unit to care for patients within or below scope of practice Orientation: 2 Days of hospital orientation 1 (12)h shift on unit HealthStream/iCare modules must be completed prior taking patients Scheduling: Weekend rotation: every other; occasionally back-to-back weekends – flexibility is key On call? No call Holiday Expectations: as scheduled RTO approval: Must be sent to Manager for approval Shift times: 0700-1900; 1900-0700 Schedule cycle: 4 weeks at a time; will receive 2 weeks in advance Other notes: Scrub Color: Any color, must be professional No crocs No artificial nails Parking: Free Required Qualifications Cardiac Inpatient Unit/ P6 Cardiac Will not consider travelers who have a permanent address in ME. BLS, ACLS Tele SCL and Reference within a year RTO upon submission, no more that six days. No summer holiday time off will be granted. SSN & DOB About the Facility Featuring 411 beds, this medical center has 450 physicians and offers specialty and intensive services. This facility provides outreach clinics to many local hospitals in the region, allowing easier access for patients and supporting the role of those hospitals in their communities. In addition, the facility features a statewide medical helicopter service that transports critically ill and injured patients. Facility Location Bangor is the major commercial and cultural center for eastern and northern Maine. The City is located in the heart of Maine and looked upon as being Maine's “Queen City” ever since 1834. Residents and visitors alike can benefit from the best of both worlds: a clean and friendly city that captures all the excitement, opportunity and activity, with shpping centers and cafes that are easy to access. Job Benefits At AMN Healthcare we take care of our travelers! We offer: * Competitive pay rates * Free, quality, private housing * Medical, Dental, Vision * 401(k) and Flex Spending * Life Insurance * Accident and Short-term Disability Coverage * Free Continuing Education * Refer a friend and earn extra cash! About the Company At AMN Healthcare, we strive to be recognized as the most trusted, innovative, and influential force in helping healthcare organizations provide quality patient care that continually evolves to make healthcare more human, more effective, and more achievable. Telemetry nurse, telemetry, nurse, nursing, RN, R.N., registered nurse, hospital, medical, healthcare, health care, patient care, tele RN

Bangor, ME
 
estimated $2,739 per week
Start: 4 Weeks

Travel Nurse RN - Telemetry - $2,739 per week in Bangor, ME - Registered Nurse - General Telemetry TRS Healthcare is seeking a Registered Nurse who is licensed to work in ME, and has General Telemetry experience. The Registered Nurse assumes responsibility and accountability for incorporating the vision, values, mission and critical goals of the organization into their job performance. Minimum Requirements Include: • RN Registered Nurse License/Certification • 2 year of recent experience as a Registered Nurse RN. • 1 year of recent experience specializing in General Telemetry • Current Registered Nurse license to work in the state of ME • Current Basic Life Support certification Benefits of a Travel Assignment with TRS Healthcare: • 401(k) retirement plans - Company will match 50% up to the first 6% • Full coverage health insurance along with dental and vision. • All pre-contract costs covered - we pay or reimburse for your compliance. • Industry-leading app and time entry technology. • Sign-on and Completion bonuses. • $1000 referral bonus for you when you refer an RN and $250 for them. LPN/Tech bonuses are also available. • Licensure reimbursement. • Full trained recruiters with a focus on your needs and career. • Opportunities to experience different regions, cultures and facilities across the United States. • Maximum pay About TRS We empower nurses to achieve their goals, whether they are financial, career-oriented or geographical. TRS give nurses the best of both worlds - the adventure of experiencing new locations with the comfort security of a company founded by nurses.

TRS Healthcare

Bangor, ME
 
estimated $90 per week
Start: ASAP
Shift: Flex - 4 x 12 hours
Duration: 26 weeks

Travel Nurse RN - Telemetry - $90 per week in Bangor, ME - We. Are. OneStaff. Medical. An independently-owned, nationally-recognized and amazingly awesome staffing firm ready to work for you! A work ethic forged in the Midwest, we are here to stand by your side and help you find your dream assignment anywhere in this great country. We want the same like-minded, awesome candidates to travel with us. Be bold. Enjoy work again. Let us help. THE POSITION: A Telemetry Nurse monitors patient’s vital signs with an electrocardiogram or other life sign-measuring device. They usually provide care to patients with gastrointestinal diseases, heart failure, diabetes, and other acute diagnoses. Most often they work in hospitals or other clinical facilities. *Weekly amount stated in the job postings is scaled based on estimated hourly wages and potential stipends available for the location of the assignment. Hourly wages are based on various factors including but not limited to: experience, demand, availability, location, etc. Please contact one of our amazing OneStaff Recruiting Specialists for more details. **Equal Opportunity Employer** BENEFITS: Insurance We provide group benefits for Health, Dental, Vision, Life, Short Term Disability, Long Term Disability, Accident, Critical Illness, and Identity Theft Protection. 401K   You are eligible to enroll 1st of the month following hire date. We match 100% of your first 3% of deferrals and an additional 50% of the next 2% you contribute.  Employee Assistance Program Free to all employees who’d like information on personal issues: Education, Dependent Care, Care Giving, Legal, Financial, Lifestyle & Fitness Management, Working Smarter.

Portland, ME
 
estimated $3,036 per week
Start: ASAP
Duration: 91 weeks

Travel Nurse RN - Telemetry - $3,036 per week in Portland, ME - Our client in Portland ME has a 12HR NIGHT travel position for an RN with current Med/Tele experience. The ideal candidate must have at least 2 years of experience, with active RN license and BLS and/or ACLS (if required) certified by the American Heart Association What makes Go Healthcare Staffing Different? From the first conversation with your Go Recruiter to your last day of your assignment, you can tell we are a different travel nurse company. Simply put, we do everything to make you happy. We center our company around you, what you want and what you need. Each of our travel assignments must meet the criteria of offering what travelers want: generous pay packages, rewarding clinical experiences at exciting travel destinations. Next, we thoughtfully customized our Go Benefits to make sure we meet what travelers need on the road. That’s why your Go Benefits include: * The convenience of weekly pay with direct deposit and payroll support available any time you need it * Major Medical and supplemental including dental, vision, short term, and life insurance * 401K with match * The most traveler-friendly compensation package you can find for meals, assignment incidentals and housing stipends * Access to our dedicated Credentialing Specialist from the minute you join GO * Communication “your way” – call, text or email at your time, your convenience. Discover the Go Healthcare Staffing difference – we put our travelers first! Are you ready to GO? Find out about all of our exciting travel assignments not listed here by calling (844) 916-8773 or email

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