Take your travel nursing adventures to Greenville, South Carolina! Greenville is a gorgeous city that will give you endless amounts of restaurants to eat at, sights to see, and activities to do. What could be better than that?
To kick off your RN contract the right way, we suggest taking advantage of one of many Saturday food and drink tours. You'll have the opportunity to taste the best local breakfast foods, desserts, and cocktails. If you can't decide between just one tour, you could spend a few weekends hitting them all up! This is a great opportunity to get to know the area and to let your palette dance.
If you are a thrill seeker there is the perfect adventure waiting for you in Greenville! Kick your feet up and slide down the Gorge Zipline Canopy Tour. This is an incredible tour, and is about 3.5 hours long with endless views. This is a must check-out if you like a little excitement in your life.
If you feel that your nursing job gives you enough excitement, then we recommend trying something a little bit more relaxing. Pampering yourself at the spa is just the ticket. Book a service or two at River Falls Spa. Take the time to let go of all the stress lurking and leave feeling rejuvenated.
Whatever you decide to do in Greenville, SC during your 13 week RN contract – know that you will never be bored. There is something for everyone in this city, and you'll quickly realize that this is the sweet spot you have been missing!
The Psychiatric Registered Nurse is in charge of providing health care for patients who are diagnosed with behavioral and mental illnesses.
As a Psychiatric Registered Nurse your responsibilities consist of:
- Creating medication routines for the patient and keep track of the findings of the patient’s condition.
- Teaching patients and their families about the patient’s condition and the appropriate ways to handle their condition.
- Providing emotional support and companionship for the patient while following a safe, but effective treatment plan.
One year of experience as a Psychiatric Nurse within the past two years.
- Current Nursing License in good standing.
- Up to date Basic Life Support from American Heart Association.
- Must pass pre-employment drug screen.