Consider Little Rock for your next travel contract if you'd like to go to a unique city that combines a rich history with a modern feel. As the meeting place of the Ozark Mountains, the Ouachita Mountains, and the Mississippi Delta, Little Rock is surrounded by breathtaking views that change throughout the year with four distinct seasons.
During a nursing assignment, it's important to take some time to unwind. Little Rock is a great place to get outside. Check out the Arkansas River Trail, a popular place for walking, running, biking, and roller skating, or discover the rock formation that gave the city its name in Riverfront Park.
Among the restaurants and shops of Little Rock's fun downtown are tons of historical sites dating back to the Civil Rights Movement. One of the most famous of these is the Central High School National Historic Site and Museum, which is directly across from Central High School and celebrates the Little Rock Nine.
Little Rock is always celebrating its history and culture with festivals and fairs where you can get to know your new home whether you're at the Arkansas State Fair or the River Market sampling food and crafts from local vendors. If you're ready to see Little Rock for yourself on your next travel assignment, give Nurses PRN a call!
The Rehab Registered Nurse is responsible for assisting patients with their physical disabilities or chronic diseases. Rehab Registered Nurse help patients and their family members to develop a care plan that will assist the patient work past any boundaries and reach their full potential.
As a Rehab Registered Nurse your duties consist of:
- Teaching patients and their family members about disease, injuries and skills needed to care for themselves.
- Helping patients exercise and monitor their progress.
- Educating patients how to live with temporary or long-term disabilities while providing a therapeutic environment for client’s and their family.
One year of experience as a Rehab Registered Nurse within the past two
- Active Nursing License in good standing.
- Current Basic Life Support through American Heart Association.
- Negative Drug Screen.