Coffee, gorgeous mountains and the space needle, just to name a few things that make up the incredible city of Seattle, WA. Taking your next contract in the "Emerald City" may have you question ever leaving. Let's take a glance into the city and let you decide.
It goes without saying that the views in Seattle are one of a kind. The best way to take it all in is on the 3-Hour Seattle City Tour. Your knowledgeable tour guide will take you around the city exploring iconic spots, including; the Seattle Center, the Space Needle, the site of the first Starbucks and much more. This tour is a great way to get familiarized with your new home for the next 13 weeks.
Another must in Seattle is indulging in the best seafood around! Take yourself out to dinner to Elliott's Oyster House, not only is the food dynamite, but the atmosphere is picturesque. There isn't much better after a nursing shift, so go on and enjoy yourself!
Working and exploring in Seattle, WA will leave you with fond memories and excellent stories. The Pacific Northwest is calling your name. Let Seattle take you in for your next contract…the city won't disappoint!
The main responsibility of a Hospice RN is to provide care for patients whom are suffering from incurable diseases. It is very important for a Hospice Registered Nurse to be comforting while also making certain the patient is being provided with the best care.ResponsibilitiesAs a Hospice RN your responsibilities consist of:
Offering companionship and support to the patients and their family members, while communicating updates in the patient's condition.
Ensuring safety measures and ethical standards are being followed during the patient's care.
Evaluating patients and making quick, critical decisions on necessary care before consulting the physician.
Maintaining emotional and physical stability when dealing with the challenges of severe ailments, and even death.
RequirementsOne year of experience as a Hospice RN within the past two years.
Current RN License in good standing.
Up to date BLS through American Heart Association.
Must pass pre-employment drug screen.