Your next RN or allied health contract is waiting for you in the city of blues, soul and rock & roll! Memphis, TN is an awesome place for you to call home during your next assignment. There is so much excitement and life that exudes from this area. With so much for you to explore and discover in this city, it's time to let the fun begin!
First and foremost, we would be foolish not to tell you about the iconic Graceland – the Home of Elvis Presley. This is just an amazing spot to see where "The King" lived and spent his free time. Not only will you explore the mansion, but you'll be able to check out exhibits, personal items and honors that acknowledge Elvis. This is a great tour to step back in time and appreciate the great music that Elvis ought to us.
Another area you must visit is Beale Street – you'll run into entertainment, restaurants and shops without even trying! This is noted as being one of the coolest spots in Memphis; therefore, you must check it out during your nursing or healthcare assignment.
There's no better way to settle into your new southern home like a little comfort food. We can't think of a better place to try than the original B.B. King's Blues Club. This iconic restaurant is the truest definition of "dinner and a show"! After you treat your taste buds to their famous ribs, get up and dance to the live music and take in the vibes of Memphis!
Memphis is a once-in-a-lifetime location for an RN or allied health contract, don't let it pass you by!
The OR Registered Nurse is responsible for helping surgeons in the OR. OR Registered Nurses will prep the operating room and the patient for the procedure and make certain that all equipment is safe and working properly.
OR Registered Nurse duties consist of:
- Monitoring the well being of the patient before, during and after the procedure.
- Predict what the surgeons need and hand medical instruments and medical supplies to them during procedures.
- Collecting and logging all items needed for lab work.
One year of experience as an OR Registered Nurse within the past two years.
- Active Nursing License in good standing.
- Current Basic Life Support through American Heart Association.
- Negative Drug Screen.