North Carolina is a quintessentially southern state with fantastic beaches, majestic mountains, plenty of culture, history and fun all over. Enjoy the city life in Charlotte or one of the other exciting cities and then get away from it all one weekend with a trip to the Great Smokey Mountain National Park and the next week take a dip in the clear blue Atlantic and get a tan on the beach. RN can have it all in North Carolina.
Sun, sand, surf and relaxation are always close by in North Carolina. The coast and 300 miles of barrier island beaches have everything RN need to play and recharge. Enjoy fresh caught seafood right off the boat then shop until you drop in the great shopping districts. Later play a round of golf or visit a spa or winery.
The mountains of western North Carolina are famous for their waterfalls that draw hikers and photographers from across the country. The Great Smokey Mountains, the Appalachian Trail and the Blue Ridge Parkway are all found in western NC too. And don't miss the scenic coastal beauty on the Outer Banks where you'll find lighthouses and wild horses.
Make your next 13 week travel nursing assignment one you'll never forget with an assignment in the great state of North Carolina!
The MICU Nurse is responsible for the assessment, diagnosis, treating, and evaluation of patients who are suffering from serious medical diseases, illnesses, or organ failures. The MICU Registered nurse must be able to remain composed in various situations when dealing with patients in this unit, because they require a high level of care.
As a MICU Nurse your duties consist of:
- Meeting with other members of the medical staff to create a care plan for the patient.
- Constantly watch the vitals of the patient and log any progress or changes.
- Teaching the patient and their family members on the patient’s current health condition and plan the patient’s discharge plans, when need be.
One year of experience as a MICU Nurse within the past two years.
- Current RN License in good standing.
- Current Basic Life Support from American Heart Association.
- Negative Drug Screen.