You have set your eyes on the perfect place for your next travel nursing assignment. Fayetteville, NC brings the perfect balance of leisure, fun and excitement to your next 13 week contract. This city has something for everyone. Let's take a virtual walk through Fayetteville, NC together…
There are a few must see spots and attractions for you to check out during your RN contract, the first one being Cape Fear Botanical Garden. Don't let the name scare you away, there is nothing to fear about this place! Explore the 80 acres of greens, flowers and nature that this one-of-a-kind attraction has to offer. Cape Fear Botanical Garden is centered between Cape Fear River and Cross Creek, just steps away from downtown Fayetteville. Once you are done taking in the beautiful sights of the garden, take a stroll downtown to satisfy your palette.
Now that you have found your Zen at Cape Fear Botanical Garden, it's time to spice it up a bit downtown! A restaurant with an almost perfect 5 star review on Google… ahh where do I put in my reservation?! Circa 1800 is calling your name. This is the perfect spot to enjoy some wine, steak and the sights of downtown. Travel nursing has never been so much fun!
Let's just put it this way, Fayetteville is a place you must check off your travel nurse destination bucket list. We're ready to help you get here – let's lock in your next travel nursing assignment!
The MICU Nurse is responsible for the assessment, diagnosis, treatment, and evaluating patients who are dealing with serious medical diseases, illnesses, or organ troubles. The MICU Registered nurse need to remain composed in various situations when working with patients in this unit, because they need a high level of care.
As a MICU Nurse your responsibilities consist of:
- Meeting with other members of the medical staff to write a care plan for the patient.
- Constantly monitor the vitals of the patient and record any progress or changes.
- Teaching the patient and their families on the patient’s current health condition and plan the patient’s discharge plans, if needed.
One year of experience as a Medical Intensive Care Unit RN within the past two years.
- Active RN License in good standing.
- Up to date Basic Life Support from American Heart Association.
- Negative Drug Screen.