If you haven't been to the east coast on a travel nursing assignment, you must! Baltimore, MD is a great place to start your eastern excursion, too! There is so much exploration, seafood, unique neighborhoods and did we mention seafood…?!
According to tripsavvy.com, you MUST explore Baltimore's unique neighborhoods – there are more than 225 of them, so that alone could keep you busy! One of the most popular neighborhoods to visit is Fells Point, which is the neighborhood famous for its nautical past. While you're there you can check out the 120+ pubs, restaurants, coffee shops and stores that make the area so unique. So much to explore in just one neighborhood!
If you'd rather do some exploring inside, you must check out the National Aquarium. This aquarium is quite an experience. Explore four unique levels – each leaving you entranced in a world we often never get to witness firsthand.
After all of your exploring, you're probably wondering where to get some food. Look no further, Rusty Scupper Restaurant & Bar to the rescue! The restaurant is surrounded with windows overlooking a beautiful downtown waterfront scene. It truly is a picturesque setting. Also, the reviews speak for themselves – an almost perfect Google rating with close to 2,000 reviews. We're sold!
Time to get your bags packed for your next travel nursing assignment. Baltimore is calling!
Intensive Care Unit Nurses must provide top end care for patients with life-threatening medical conditions. Intensive Care Unit Nurses must have the ability to make timely and spot on decisions while keeping composed during unpredictable, traumatic events.
Intensive Care Unit Nurses duties consist of:
- Analyzing the progress of the patient.
- Following the correct process if the patient’s condition changes.
- Helping doctors with medical procedures.
- Making sure all medical devices are functioning correctly while taking care of patients.
- Supplying necessary medication in a fast moving, highly stressful environment.
- Providing emotional support while updating family members of current health status of the patient.
One year of experience as an Intensive Care Unit Nurse within the past two years.
- Active Nursing License in good standing.
- Current Basic Life Support through American Heart Association.
- Negative Drug Screen.