The exhilarating city of Chicago is filled with nursing jobs, entertainment and world renowned restaurants. This is the perfect place to land your feet for the next 13 weeks. Let's take a stroll through the "Windy City" together.
Get your bearings by taking the "Big Bus Chicago Hop-On Hop-Off Tour". This option is a great way for you to explore the city with live commentary explaining the sights. Take control of your tour and get to know Chicago with ease.
Of course it wouldn't be Chicago without mentioning the world famous Chicago-style deep dish pizza – is your mouth watering yet?! Lou Malnati's is a must while you are in Chicago. Enjoy the deep history of this restaurant (no pun intended) and the best slice of pizza around! Perfect spot to meet your co-workers after a long shift.
If you need a good laugh, check out The Second City comedy club. This is an iconic spot that saw some of comedy's greats, like Steve Carell, Tina Fey and Bill Murray to name a few. The stress of the day will soon pass when you're kicked back laughing at some of the best comedians around.
The beauty of a nursing contract in Chicago is there's never a lack of things to do and incredible food to eat. But, don't just take our word for it. Experience all Chicago has to offer yourself…you won't regret it!
The Post Anesthetic Care Unit Registered nurse will be responsible for the daily care of patients that have just undergone anesthesia during a medical procedure. Post Anesthetic Care Unit Registered nurses care for a wide variety of patients, from adults to children and play an important role in the patient’s recovery.
As a PACU RN your responsibilities include:
- Analyze the health of the patient and give medications as needed.
- Assisting patients with personal needs immediately after their procedure as they are brought back to consciousness.
- Monitor the patient’s vitals and make sure that no complications arise.
- Take care of the patients post-op wounds and replace dressings when necessary.
One year of experience as a PACU RN within the past two years.
- Current Nursing License in good standing.
- Current Basic Life Support through American Heart Association.
- Negative Drug Screen.