Your next travel RN contract is waiting for you in the heart of the south – Birmingham, AL! The southern hospitality of Birmingham will surely have you feeling right at home. You will have an incredible experience here, we just know it!
The first of many things to do on your assignment is to check out the Oak Mountain State Park. This is an incredible spot for biking, hiking, and walking – all while taking in the breathtaking views of Alabama. You can also have a little adventure by renting a boat, going horseback riding and perfecting your golf game. This is definitely a place you'll be coming back to more than once!
After a fun day at Oak Mountain State Park, pop in at Saw's Juke Joint for some delicious food. Men's Journal is quoted saying this place has the "Best Barbecue in America"! I don't know about you, but we're intrigued. Definitely worth trying for yourself.
Birmingham is a travel nurse's dream location. Fantastic sights, parks, restaurants and so much more! It is truly a city that you will love to explore. Your 13 week contract is going to go so fast, you'll wish for an extension in this great city!
The Catheterization Lab Technician is a healthcare professional that works in the cardiovascular field. Cath Lab Technicians spend a great deal of their time in OR settings assisting doctors during any and all cardiovascular procedures. Because of this, Cath Laboratory Technicians have to be able to react properly to stressful situations, calmly and effectively.
As a Cath Laboratory Technician your responsibilities consist of:
- Make Certain the Electrocardiogram equipment is running efficiently before and during procedures.
- Checking the patient’s vitals before, during and after procedures to make sure all safety measures are taken.
- Read and completely understand a variety of test results, and then also communicate those results with the patients and their families.
One year of experience as a Cath Laboratory Technician within the past two years.
- Active RN License in good standing.
- Up to date BLS through American Heart Association.
- Must pass pre-employment drug screen.