If you are searching for a location for your next Travel Nursing assignment that combines scenic views, cultural experiences, and a variety of choices for how to spend your free time, Virginia could be the perfect choice. Bordered by the Appalachian Mountains and the Atlantic Ocean, it's hard to find an inch of the state lacking in gorgeous sights.
The thrill-seeking in spirit can explore Shenandoah National Park. Among the adventures to be had there are the Shenandoah Caverns, where you can take an elevator 200+ feet down to take in breathtaking cave formations. The Blue Ridge Mountains offer beautiful sights and the Traveling RN doubling as a beer enthusiast would enjoy touring the Brew Ridge Trail, which takes you through the mountains to six different craft breweries.
If you hope to soak in some culture when you choose a Travel Nursing assignment, you will find it in Richmond, a city filled with dining, music, and art. Monument Avenue and Historic Downtown are chalk full of American history. Ocean lovers will find themselves at home in Virginia Beach, the perfect place for a Travel Nurse to relax on a beach chair or try something new such as surfing or whale watching.
A variety of features across the state along with signature southern hospitality make Virginia a great choice for a Traveling RN assignment. Call Nurses PRN to see what we have available!
Long Term Care RNs usually work in medical facilities, convalescent homes, hospice or assisted-living centers. Long Term Care RNs must be comfortable assessing patients, creating care plans for patients, giving guidance and scheduling treatments for the patients. A Long Term Care RN typically observes the work of a Licensed Practical Nurse.
As a Long Term Care Registered Nurse your duties consist of:
- Checking the condition and the patient’s vital signs.
- Logging records for the facility.
- Carrying out care plans.
- Overseeing aides and assistants as they help patient’s day to day needs.
One year of experience as a Long Term Care Registered Nurse within the past two years.
- Active Nursing License in good standing.
- Current Basic Life Support through American Heart Association.
- Negative Drug Screen.