Outdoor enthusiasts flock to Michigan, so if you're an adventurous nurse then you'll want to follow suit! It is said that in Michigan you are never more than six miles from natural water and Michigan touches 4 of the 5 great lakes. With it's huge coastlines dotted with shipwrecks, Michigan is a natural for SCUBA divers too. The Michigan Underwater Preserves are 11 underwater areas where shipwrecks are protected for sport divers. But Michigan loves culture, history, the arts, casinos and amusement parks too!
Wide, soft sand or rocky and rugged, Michigan has incredible beaches. With 3,200 miles of shoreline along four Great Lakes, the "Third Coast" has some of the country's best waterside spots for sunbathers, beachcombers, surfers and sandcastles.
The lush Michigan forests are paradise for RN that love to hunt. Over three-quarters of a million hunters join in the white-tailed deer season. So many local kids go hunting on the first day of school the many schools just cancel class.
Metropolitan Detroit draws visitors to it's leading attractions, particularly the Henry Ford Museum. The Henry Ford is a collection of the American experience. At its GreenField Village you can travel through time with seven distinct districts that each preserve a different period of American history. The museum exhibits important artifacts from American history like the Rosa Parks Bus and of course there's a factory tour . The Henry Ford is one of the leading educational experiences in the country and it can take you days to explore it fully.
On the northern shore of Michigan is Isle Royale National Park. Isle Royale National Park is the largest island in Lake Superior and known for its wolf and moose population. This beautiful island is reached by ferry or plane so it's best visited for an overnight camping trip. If you enjoy the great outdoors, this is one park you must visit!
If you get a peaceful feeling when you think about walking along a beautiful lake or through a deep forest then you should consider taking your next travel nursing assignment in the beautiful state of Michigan.
Emergency Nurses provide care for people who are experiencing life-threatening injuries or trauma. Emergency Room Registered Nurses need to be able to rapidly identify life-threatening complications while keeping calm and professional.
As an Emergency Room RNs your responsibilities include:
- Managing time and possessing ability to make fast, accurate assessments.
- Ensuring patients are in stable condition and reducing any pain in an intense setting.
- Giving prescribed medications while reviewing their records for any allergies to prevent problems.
- Rapidly obtain vitals and other health samples if needed.
One year of experience as an Emergency room nurse within the past two years.
- Current RN License in good standing.
- Up to date BLS through American Heart Association.
- Negative Drug Screen.