You know there's no place vacationers enjoy quite like Hawaii, so why not make that your next location for assignment as a travel nurse? Breathe in the sweet perfume of fresh air. Kick back in an exotic natural habitat. Immerse yourself in an exhilarating island environment and get paid in the meantime!
With a fabulous setting of invigorating color and serene sound, it's no wonder one of the main goals of those visiting Hawaii is to drink in the great outdoors. Drive along the Munro Trail outside Lanai City for a close-up view of the enchanting wildlife. Set up a date with Kilauea, the volcano absolutely everyone yearns to see. Even if you don't take the more well-known routes, there are plenty of opportunities for you to enjoy the Hawaiian world and culture. Kaupoa Beach, for example, is a peaceful, gorgeous getaway reminiscent of a movie scene.
The culture of Hawaii is something to enjoy as well. Interacting with the natives can be just as pleasing as exploring the ocean waves alone. You can pick up on key Hawaiian phrases - most of them embedded with profound meaning - and listen to lovely music. Song and dance are an important part of Hawaiian life, and many tourists enjoy watching and listening to natives tell stories and express themselves.
If taking up a travel assignment in this location sounds like your kind of thing, be sure to sign up! You may not believe the opportunities that await you, and your memories in this state are guaranteed to last a lifetime.
The primary duty of a Long Term Care Nurse is to provide care for elderly patients under the guidance of an RN or a Physician. Regularly they are employed by non-hospital facilities with patients that are mentally or physically disabled, or patients that can no longer live safely at home.
As a Long Term Care LPN/LVN your responsibilities consist of:
- Evaluate the health of the patient, analyze vitals and treat as necessary.
- Providing prescribed medication and injections, as well as CPR if needed.
- Assisting the patient with daily tasks such as using the bathroom, bathing and eating.
One year of experience as a Long Term Care Nurse within the past two years.
- Active Nursing License in good standing.
- Current BLS through American Heart Association.
- Negative Drug Screen.