Denver is the fastest growing city in the United States for the same reasons that it's a great place for a travel nursing contract. It combines natural beauty and outdoor recreation with all of the culture and excitement that comes with being in the largest city in the Rocky Mountains.
With the amount of art galleries, museums, and parks throughout the city, Denver is a great place to soak up some culture. From the Denver Art Museum to the Denver Museum of Nature and Science, there is something to strike the interest of any travel RN.
Denver locals are known for being active, and the city caters to that. If you like to spend time outdoors while on a travel contract, you can venture into the nearby Rocky Mountains for skiing, snowboarding or hiking, or you can stay in the city and go to one of the many parks. City Park, for instance, has lakes, a golf course, and the Denver Zoo.
When you get a break from your travel contract in Denver, you will have plenty of excuses to grab your nurse friends and explore. Try whitewater rafting, tour one of the many breweries in the city, or go cheer on one of Denver's professional sports teams. If you're ready to make the trip to the "Mile-High City," give Nurses PRN a call!
Intensive Care Unit Registered Nurses must provide top end care for patients with life-threatening trauma. Intensive Care Unit Registered Nurses must have the ability to make timely and spot on decisions while staying composed during unforeseen, traumatic events.
Intensive Care Unit Registered Nurses responsibilities consist of:
- Evaluating the progress of the patient.
- Taking needed steps if there are any changes in the patient’s condition.
- Assisting physicians with medical procedures.
- Making sure all medical equipment is functioning properly while caring for the patient.
- Supplying needed medication in a fast moving, high stress environment.
- Providing emotional support while updating family members of current health status of the patient.
One year of experience as an Intensive Care Unit Registered Nurse within the past two years.
- Current Nursing License in good standing.
- Current Basic Life Support through American Heart Association.
- Negative Drug Screen.