St. Louis, MO offers something for everyone making it a home-run city for your next nursing job. Whether you like adventure, sight-seeing, sports or simply strolling through a park - you'll find what you're looking for here. Let's explore what you can expect from the Gateway City…
It only seems natural that your first stop is the iconic Gateway Arch. It's the perfect spot to learn about the history of St. Louis and take in the beautiful sights from 630 feet up. Once you land your feet firmly on the ground, celebrate by taking the Budweiser Brewery tour. Not only will you enjoy the taste testing and food, this historic establishment will bring you back in time to its charming 1852 inception. You'll leave with a happy belly and great appreciation for the brewery's long-standing quality and tradition.
Speaking of tradition, nothing screams St. Louis more than a good ole' baseball game! There isn't much better than taking in the sights, sounds and smells of a ballpark. Cheer on your new local team at Busch Stadium – you'll quickly feel at home with the dedicated Cardinals fans that surround you! This ballpark is like none other in the country, the city perfectly surrounds the stadium giving it an extra lively and electric vibe.
All of the excitement of the Cardinals game may have you feeling like you need a zen space to unwind. If so, the Missouri Botanical Garden is the spot for you. Enjoy over 75 acres of lush landscape, flower shows, live music and dining. Take a deep breath of fresh air and bring in the calm before the hustle and bustle of your next shift.
Wherever the wind blows you in St. Louis, you'll find more than you expected! It's time to lock in your next nursing opportunity here!
Stepdown RNs take care of patients who have been seriously injured or ill and who are recovering. Stepdown RNs provide a smooth and safe changeover from the Intensive Care Unit to the general nursing floors, for both the patients and their family members.
As a Stepdown Registered Nurse your responsibilities consist of:
- Developing a plan of care for the patient while collaborating with other healthcare team members.
- Closely overseeing the patient’s care and take steps to ensure they are stable.
- Handling patient assessments (pre and post Intensive Care Unit care) and log results.
One year of experience as a Stepdown Nurse within the past two years.
- Active Nursing License in good standing.
- Current Basic Life Support from American Heart Association.
- Negative Drug Screen.