Are you a nurse that loves the sun and enjoys taking part in new activities each day? Then Florida is definitely the place for your next travel nursing contract! Florida features so many things for nurses to do outdoors, from relaxing on the beach to the variety of activities/events they have year round. Florida is the Sunshine State, which is why you'll have a blast either relaxing on the beach or even possibly taking a stab at surfing. If you don't want something quite as intense as surfing, you can do some fishing either in the gulf or in the ocean.
After the beach, you can either hike or bike the 47 mile Pinellas Trail, the longest urban linear trailer in the eastern US, or enjoy some horseback riding on the 17 mile Hawthorne Trail. After enjoying their many trails, it's off to Orlando! Orlando packs a lot of fun and you'll find attractions suitable for any age. You can visit SeaWorld, Universal Studios. Walt Disney World Resort, and that's just to name a few.
If you're a nurse that's big into sports, Florida features a variety of sports teams such as the Miami Heat or the Miami Dolphins to name a few. If you're a racecar fan, Florida is the home of the Daytona 500.
If you're in the mood for some events Florida has you covered. During the spring they have the Springtime Festival. This is one of the largest festivals in the southeast and it features a parade with over 70,000 participants, Jubilee in the Park with hand crafted items, a children's park, and several stages featuring a variety of music to enjoy. If you love music then you must grab your nursing buddies and visit Sunfest! This is Florida's largest music and art festival and it has been a local tradition for over 25 years.
If you love to spend time outdoors when your're not at your nursing job, then Florida is the next place for your travel nursing assignment. They feature so many different beaches, outdoor activities, sports teams, and festivals that you'll never have a dull moment. A perfect place for a nurse to take a vacation, while also making money! Call us now to find out what nursing positions are available in your specialty. Nurses PRN and Florida await your call!
The OR Nurse is responsible for aiding surgeons in the operating room. Operating Room Nurses will prep the OR and the patient for surgery and make sure that all equipment is clean and working correctly.ResponsibilitiesOperating Room RN responsibilities consist of:
Analyzing the well being of the patient before, during and after the operation.
Predict what the surgeons need and hand medical instruments and supplies to them during procedures.
Preserving and labeling the items needed for lab work.
RequirementsOne year of experience as an OR Nurse within the past two years.
Current Nursing License in good standing.
Up to date BLS through American Heart Association.
Must pass pre-employment drug screen.