Whether you're traveling for the first time or you've been travel nursing for a while, you want to make sure your next destination has a friendly atmosphere and plenty of things to do. Believe it or not, the state of Alabama holds just the kind of excitement you are looking for.
The cities in Alabama feature over fifty organizations devoted to music, dance, and the performing arts. This is a state well-versed in culture and eager to entertain the masses with amazing artistic prowess. Museums also abound throughout the state, and you will quickly learn that attractions do not merely sit on the wall for inspection, but reach out, grab hold of you, and illuminate the world.
Perhaps even more majestic than what the theatres have to offer is the beautiful outdoor realm, which the state of Alabama encourages nurses just like you to explore. The exhilarating Alabama Scenic River Trail is a fine example of the state's love for outdoor activity. Stretching from the Georgian border to Fort Morgan, it is heralded as the nation's longest river trail in a single state. Countless other adventures await; the Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources sponsors a number of parks and lakes for the public's use.
If you're interested in seeing what Alabama has to offer, don't miss out on your chance to sign up for a travel assignment. In next to no time, you could be living it up while advancing your career as a nurse. You've nothing to lose but everything to gain, so don't wait!
A Med/Surg Nurse performs a variety of duties from entry to discharge with a patient. Med/Surg Registered Nurses work directly with patients and also may assist a doctor with procedures. A Medical Surgical RN can handle the duties of a charge nurse when needed.
As a Medical Surgical Registered Nurse your duties include:
- Handling patient admissions and assessments.
- Dispensing prescribed medications.
- Documenting patient care regarding procedures and the results of their tests.
- Implementing physicians orders.
- Review labs and other test results.
One year of experience as a Med/Surg RN within the past two years.
- Current Nursing License in good standing.
- Up to date Basic Life Support from American Heart Association.
- Must pass pre-employment drug screen.