Cincinnati is a city with lots of opportunities for fun! The city plays host to numerous musical and theater operations, operates a park system currently ranked 4th in the country boasting that any city resident is within a mile of a park, and has a diverse dining culture. Cincinnati's Fountain Square serves as one of the cultural cornerstones of the region.
Findlay Market is Ohio's oldest continuously-operated public market and one of Cincinnati's most famous institutions. The market is the last remaining market among the many that once served Cincinnati. Cincinnati is also home to major sports teams including the Cincinnati Reds and the Cincinnati Bengals, as well as events like the Cincinnati Masters and the Thanksgiving day race.
Cincinnati also has one of the larger collections of nineteenth-century German architecture in the U.S., primarily concentrated just north of Downtown. In fact this area is one of the largest historic districts listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Cincinnati has numerous festivals and events throughout the year, including:
- The Cincinnati Flower Show, organized by the Cincinnati Horticultural Society in late April. This floral event, endorsed by the Royal Horticultural Society, is staged at Lake Como at Coney Island and claims to be the biggest outdoor flower show in the United States.
- Oktoberfest, celebrating Cincinnati's German heritage, is the largest Octoberfest in the US and the second largest in the world.
- Thanksgiving Day Race, the sixth-oldest race in the country.
- The Taste of Cincinnati and the Jazz Festival, held during the summer months.
- The Tall Stacks Festival, held every three or four years to celebrate Cincinnati's riverboat history.
- The Festival of Lights, hosted by the Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Garden during the year-end holiday season.
- The Cincinnati Bell/WEBN Riverfest fireworks display on Labor Day weekend, attracting annual crowds of over 400,000.
A Pediatric Registered nurse is in charge of the care of children of all ages if they become sick. Pediatric RNs will see many different conditions and illnesses and offer care solutions.
As a Pediatric Registered nurse your duties consist of:
- Performing normal checkups, checking and tracking vitals.
- Giving prescribed medications and immunizations, while monitoring the patient closely.
- Meeting with parents and their family members going over conditions and possible treatments.
- Advising the patient and their family members about healthy lifestyle habits and activities.
One year of experience as a Pediatric RN within the past two years.
- Active Nursing License in good standing.
- Current Basic Life Support through American Heart Association.
- Negative Drug Screen.