What travel nurse wouldn't want to spend his or her next contract on California's most beautiful beaches? Santa Barbara is a popular destination for its wide white sand beaches, its many wineries, and its excellent shopping and dining. Not to mention, it boasts some of the most gorgeous views in the country.
The beaches of Santa Barbara are a great place to try surfing, and there's even a beach that includes a no-leash-required dog park for those who bring a furry companion along on travel assignments. One great way to experience the city itself is through one of its popular food and photo tours, where you make your way through Santa Barbara sampling some of the best food, wine, and beer it has to offer all while passing gorgeous sights and learning how to take the perfect photograph.
The outdoor enthusiast will feel right at home in Santa Barbara. Not only does the mild climate allow for outdoor activity all year, but it features the Santa Ynez Mountains, a perfect hiking destination. You could also go kayaking through the interconnected waterways of Channel Islands National Park.
From paragliding to just people watching and taking in the view from Stearns Wharf, Santa Barbara is a perfect destination for adventure-seeking RNs and beach bum nurses alike. If you're ready to see it for yourself, give Nurses PRN a call!
A Physical Therapist is responsible for assisting injured or ill patients by helping them improve their mobility and relieving any physical pain they are suffering from. Physical Therapists work with other health care staff members to provide the best overall care for the patient to help them achieve their goals.
As an Allied Health Physical Therapist your duties consist of:
- Analyzing the patient’s strength level, mobility and balance.
- Creating a rehabilitation plan to improve disabilities or impairments, and get past limitations.
- Performing different exercises to strengthen and stretch muscles, and show patients exercises that they can do at home.
One year of experience as a Physical Therapist within the past two years.
- Active Physical Therapist License in good standing.
- Current Basic Life Support through American Heart Association.
- Negative Drug Screen.