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If you adore traveling to new places and also want to improve your opportunities as a nurse, you may be ready for a travel nursing assignment, and one of the states you may be suited for is the Peach State, Georgia. It is certainly one of the nicest states, with a welcoming, genial atmosphere that's been advertised for decades.

A wide range of places to see and explore contribute to Georgia's appeal. Jim Miller Park, a family-friendly location, hosts a ton of fun events all the time. Valdosta Museum is one of many similar establishments eager to display the proud history of Georgia as well as the novel thinking of its residents. You'll witness the Georgian spirit at The Smith House, which gives visitors the genuine hospitality typical of cities all over the state. Traditional dinners ranging from fried chicken to delicious roast beef will make your mouth water with their intoxicating aroma. Meanwhile, old-fashioned produce and handmade crafts can be found at the gift shop.

Parks and gardens abound in this beautiful state too. With a lush natural environment, it's no real surprise to find so many sites for investigating the great outdoors. Pebble Hill Plantation and The Rock Ranch are some of the spots you're likely to hear about and will undoubtedly want to see for yourself.

You can make your next travel assignment a pleasurable encounter by choosing Georgia. It's impossible not to smile here, and you can rest assured that you can remain blissfully happy until your travel nursing assignment reaches its end.

OR TECHOR Tech/Surg TechGainesville, GA

The OR Technician is responsible for helping surgeons in the operating room. An Operating Room Technician will prepare the room and patient for surgery and ensure all medical equipment is sterile and operational.

Responsibilities

As an Allied Health Operating Room Tech your responsibilities consist of:
  • Monitoring the health of the patient before, during and after the operation.
  • Anticipating and providing instruments and supplies to surgeons during procedures.
  • Labeling any items needed for laboratory examinations.

Requirements

One year of experience as an Operating Room Technician within the past two years.
  • Active Nursing License in good standing.
  • Current BLS through American Heart Association.
  • Must pass pre-employment drug screen.
Location
Gainesville, GA
Job Type
Travel or Local Contract
Shift
Days, 8 hours
Duration
10 Weeks

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