Mississippi is often overlooked by travel nurses, but those that come find that it has lots to offer. Mississippi was the birthplace of the most quintessentially American music: country, jazz, blues, gospel and rock and roll. Mississippi has beautiful soft white sand beaches along an emerald coast, exciting casinos, beautiful antebellum homes covered in spanish moss, mysterious swamps and riverboat cruises on her namesake river.
In the mid-1800's Natchez, MS was one of the wealthiest cities in America. More than 1/2 of America's millionaires lived in or near Natchez before the Civil War. Natchez is the best place to experience the flavor of the old south that was depicted in "Gone with the Wind" and many of the mansions are now owned by the historical society and can be toured.
One of the most beautiful historic drives in America is preserved in the Natchez Trace Parkway. Under the shady trees you will find 444-miles of history from the days before Europeans settled here to civil war sites, natural beauty in swamps and waterfalls and ghost towns like Rocky Springs. The park service has kept modern life away from 'The Trace' but great eateries and conveniences are frequently only a few miles on either side of you. Don't miss the chance to drive (or bike) this great American road.
What nurse doesn't love a day on the beach? The gulf coast of Mississippi has some of the best beaches in the world. The sand is pure white and the consistency of sugar. The clear emerald water gives this part of the gulf the name "The Emerald Coast." The waves are gentle and the water is warm. For a perfect beach experience, check out Moss Point Beach in Pascagoula, MS.
ALLIEDCHS Speech Language PathologistNatchez, MS
ResponsibilitiesAs a Speech Language Pathologist your duties include:
- Evaluating the patient, diagnosing and writing a treatment plan to improve their condition.
- Teaching patients about all of the communication stages such as how to correctly enunciate, using the correct tone of voice, and also understanding what is heard.
- Working with the patientâ€™s physician, family members, and teachers (if needed) to make sure the treatment plan is being followed at all times.
- Teaching the patient about proven practices or vocal methods that will assist the patientâ€™s development.
RequirementsOne year of experience as a Speech Language Pathologist within the past two years.
- Active Nursing License in good standing.
- Current Basic Life Support through American Heart Association.
- Negative Drug Screen.
- Weekly Pay
- Direct Deposit
- Life insurance
- Medical Insurance
- Dental Insurance
- Vision Insurance
- Referral Bonus
- Renewal Bonus
- Joint Commission Certified
You probably have lots of questions swirling in your head about becoming an agency nurse - we understand. That is why we are here! We are happy to answer any looming questions.Benefits
Your health and happiness are extremely important to us. We want to give our nurses the best we possibly can, which is why we offer a comprehensive benefits package.Tax Info
It's no secret that travel nursing comes with many benefits. The tax advantages are among them. Before you can leverage the significant tax privileges, first you have to understand them.PRN Plus
As a part of our Nurses PRN family, you'll get more than you were expecting! Along with competitive pay rates, extensive benefits, and great service, you'll also get access to all the perks of our PRN Plus Program!Earn Ceus
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