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Natick, MA

If you want your next 13 week travel nursing assignment to be unforgettable, then make your next destination Massachusetts . History comes alive in this great state and promises a vibrant nightlife, thriving arts scene, great dining (and fresh seafood!); all while advancing your nursing career.

Massachusetts has some of the best beaches on the east coast. Go for a dip on Cape Cod beach or walk along Moshup Beach on Martha's Vineyard (rated one of the best walking beaches in America by The Travel Channel) or take one of the many other costal hikes that make Massachusetts a favorite destination for travel nurses.

Experience the history of our great nation for yourself by visiting the Mayflower. Feeling a little more adventurous? Check out Historic Salem, which has been beautifully preserved while reliving the history of the Salem Witch Trials. These and many more historic locations wait for you right here in Massachusetts.

The fun never stops for RN in Massachusetts. There are incredible museums, galleries and the New England Aquarium. Fantastic restaurants with fresh seafood (lobster and Boston Clam Chowder) and you can end your night at one of the great area night clubs. No matter what your lifestyle, Massachusetts has plenty to offer and is sure to make your next 13 week travel nursing assignment an experience you won't soon forget.


The Medical Intensive Care Unit Registered nurse is responsible for analyzing, diagnosis, treating, and evaluating patients who are dealing with serious medical diseases, illnesses, or organ failures. The MICU RN must be able to remain composed in various situations when working with patients in this unit, because they require a high level of care.


As a MICU Registered nurse your responsibilities include:
  • Collaborating with other members of the medical staff to write a care plan for the patient.
  • Consistently monitor the vitals of the patient and document any changes ad progress.
  • Teaching the patient and their families on the current health condition of the patient and coordinate the patient's discharge plans, if needed.


One year of experience as a Medical Intensive Care Unit RN within the past two years.
  • Current Nursing License in good standing.
  • Current BLS from American Heart Association.
  • Negative Drug Screen.
Natick, MA
Job Type
Travel or Local Contract
06:00 - 18:00
13 Weeks