Containing Atlantic coastline, mountain ranges, and large cities along with sprawling rural areas, Georgia is suited to the needs of practically every type of travel nurse. Whatever it is you were hoping to find your next job assignment, the Peach State probably has it.
History buffs find endless ways to explore Georgia as it contains several sites important to the Antebellum and Civil War eras and the Civil Rights Movement. As the home state of Franklin D. Roosevelt, those interested in the Great Depression or World War II will be make a stop in his hometown of Warm Springs. Martin Luther King Jr. is also a Georgia native and his Atlanta childhood home is a popular tourist destination.
If you'd prefer to spend your next travel assignment exploring one of America's major cities, you'll have no problem staying entertained in Atlanta. As the capital and biggest city in Georgia, it's a hub of culture for the South, featuring theaters, restaurants, and museums to rival any city. In Atlanta, you can explore the largest aquarium in the world or watch the Atlanta Braves play ball at Turner Field. If retail therapy is your method of choice for recuperating after a busy shift, you'll love Underground Atlanta, a shopping district that actually exists underground beneath the city's bustling downtown.
The diverse natural landscape of Georgia lends itself to tons of outdoor activities. Ossabaw Island, accessible only by boat ride from Savannah, contains miles of beautiful undeveloped shoreline. Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area is a perfect destination for rafting the waters, fishing, or hiking to take in the scenic views.
During a travel contract, you will never run out of ways to get to know your temporary home in Georgia. You can try some traditional Southern cuisine at Shrimp & Grits Festival or experience a circus, live music, and various competitions at the Georgia National Fair. If you're ready to experience some of Georgia's famous Southern Charm for yourself, give Nurses PRN a call!
Endoscopy Nurses provide assistance and care for patients going through endoscopic procedures. Endoscopy Nurses monitor the patient during the procedure and need to have the ability to immediately handle situations.
As an Endoscopy Nurse your duties consist of:
- Helping the doctors by getting the patients ready for their procedures.
- Providing any needed medications.
- Assessing the patient prior to sedation.
- Monitoring the patient while under sedation to prevent and treat any problems.
One year of experience as an Endoscopy nurse within the past two years.
- Active Nursing License in good standing.
- Current Basic Life Support through American Heart Association.
- Negative Drug Screen.