Hartford, CT has so much to offer a nurse like yourself. While you are on your RN assignment, take time to enjoy the historical sites and unique restaurants that make up this beautiful city. Not only will your nursing contract be an incredible experience, but this city is sure to make a lasting impact as well.
One of the stops on your historical tour of Hartford should be the Mark Twain House and Museum. Explore this 25 bedroom mansion with incredible rooms and history intertwined throughout the home. The story behind the home and its beautiful architecture will leave you stunned and in awe.
After your day at the Mark Twain House and Museum, satisfy your hunger at the one and only Max Downtown restaurant. This is a newly renovated restaurant that has been serving Hartford for over 21 years – great food, excellent reputation and distinctive atmosphere make this place a top destination in the area.
Downtown Hartford is a great spot for you to explore in your free time. You can't go wrong with the city's plethora of unique shops, restaurants, and picturesque skyline. Whether you have an agenda or not, you will find something great to do here!
You'll be so happy that you locked in your RN contract in this city. Not only will you find fun at every corner, but the rich history will leave you proud to have been a resident during your 13 week contract.
The Orthopedic Registered Nurse is responsible for providing care for patients that suffer from musculoskeletal diseases. It is important for Orthopedic Nurses to be understanding of the patient’s they are working with and make sure the patient is receiving the best health care plan possible.
As a Orthopedic Nurse your duties consist of:
- Assisting the patient while they recover by administering standard mobility and strength practices.
- Teaching the patient and their family members on musculoskeletal diseases and how to cope with them.
- Assisting the doctors during medical procedures if necessary.
One year of experience as a Orthopedic Nurse within the past two years.
- Active RN License in good standing.
- Current Basic Life Support through American Heart Association.
- Negative Drug Screen.