If you imagine your next travel nursing contract spent along Atlantic beaches, in seaside towns, or touring historically rich East Coast cities, Delaware is the place to go. For a small state in size, it brings the variety, meaning that you'll be in short distance to everything this coastal state offers.
It's important to have ways to unwind during a travel assignment. If you prefer to do so among gorgeous natural scenery, head to Chesapeake Bay Gateways and Watertrails Network. Just as it's described, it's a network of trails and rivers moving through over 170 wildlife refuges, parks, and water features. Whether you explore the area on foot, by boat, or by bike, you'll take in views that necessitate bringing a camera.
After a busy shift, you can relax on one of Delaware's many beaches such as quiet Lewes Beach, lined with historic homes and quaint shops, or Dewey Beach, where you can let loose on a beach known for lending itself to adventurous watersports like windsailing and wakeboarding. After a day on the water, head to one of Dewey Beach's seaside nightclubs for some live music.
If you would rather spend your travel contract among city lights, head to Newark or Wilmington. Wilmington's Riverfront is full of art museums and exhibits and is the place to catch events and performances. For your next stop, go to Trolley Square or Little Italy to sample some of the area's best cuisine.
Delaware is a city full of fun and quirky events that will give you the chance to immerse yourself in your new surroundings when on an assignment. From a classier event like the Mid-Atlantic Wine and Food Festival to one that will bring on the laughter like the “Punkin Chunkin” (an event actually dedicated to launching pumpkins as far as possible), you'll fall in love with the Diamond State. Give Nurses PRN a call when you're ready to go!
An Intermediate Care RN oversees the care of patients with non-life threatening, but usually severe medical conditions who need advanced consultation and intensive interventions.
As an Intermediate Care Registered Nurse some of your duties consist of:
- Initial patient assessment.
- Write custom plan of care based on the condition of the patient.
- Helping the physicians to execute appropriate treatments.
- Continuing assessments when needed based on the condition of the patient.
- Record all patient assessment results, responses to procedures and the patient’s general progress.
- Summarize all information on patients to the appropriate personnel at the end of each shift.
One year of experience as an Intermediate Care Nurse within the past two years.
- Active Nursing License in good standing.
- Up to date BLS from American Heart Association.
- Must pass pre-employment drug screen.