Emergency Room (ER) RN - Travel Nurse
Job Description: Are you a highly capable RN seeking to advance in your career? We have a top-paying Emergency Room travel assignment available in Baltimore Maryland Start date: Immediate Assignment Length: 13 weeks Shift: Nights 12 This opportunity comes with valuable perks and benefits such as:High PayFree Private Housing or Generous Housing SubsidyComprehensive Health and Life InsuranceTax Advantage Plan401(k) with Company MatchWeekly Payroll-Direct DepositLicensure ReimbursementReferral BonusesTravel ReimbursementFree Continuing EducationEmployee Discounts Our experienced team of recruiters and client service reps have earned high ratings from travelers across the US. Travelers tell us they enjoy assignments in locations like Baltimore Maryland, where they can advance their careers, all the while knowing there's a caring, competant team who has their back. While traveling in Maryland, you will find that there are endless activities surrounding the Chesapeake Bay. Learn how the locals select one of the estuary's delicious crabs for a regional delicacy, or visit Annapolis -- known as America's sailing capital -- to see stunning boats, and, if you're lucky, depart on the spectacular but limited public boat tour to Thomas Point Shoal Lighthouse. Foodies will want to check out the restaurants in and around Baltimore's Inner Harbor that serve luscious blue crab cakes, steamers, and clam chowder. Visit John Hopkins University for a beautiful walk during the day or a fun social scene at night, where travelers can mix and mingle with other Baltimore nursing professionals. Emergency room nurses are responsible for assessing a patient's injuries or condition upon arrival. A successful emergency room nurse must have excellent attention to detail and verbal communication skills. The nurse must be able to identify signs and symptoms and communicate the assessment of the patient to the physician. The ER nurse assists in implementing treatment plans, explaining prescription information, administering IVs, medications, and injections, and conducting EKGs and other triage elements. Emergency room nurses must understand hospital discharge policies, as well as government policies on treating, transferring, and discharging patients from the hospital. When patients are being discharged from the ER, emergency room nurses must educate the patient and patient's family about home treatment. Ideal candidates for emergency room travel nurse positions combine a calm temperament with the ability to work long shifts in a stressful and busy environment. This 93-bed not-for-profit Catholic hospital specializes in behavioral health, diagnostics, emergency services, radiology, vascular services, and wound care, among others. It also offers outpatient behavioral health, same day surgery, primary care, and specialty care options. Its surgical units are equipped to perform general, gynecologic, laparoscopic, ophthalmologic, orthopedic, podiatric, thoracic, urologic, and vascular procedures. As part of its commitment to serve the surrounding community however possible, this hospital offers non-traditional services such as mobile family therapy and mobile mammograms. American Traveler provides RN's with high-paying travel nursing jobs in many of the best locations and facilities in the country. We staff top hospitals, prestigious university teaching facilities, regional community hospitals, outpatient centers, rehab centers, and more. We offer a full travel benefits package including free private housing, incentive bonuses, comprehensive health insurance, and customer service that is second-to-none!