When you're looking for a travel nursing contract, finding the right job is important. Also important, however, is heading to a city that will be friendly and accommodating while also offering sights and activities that fill your time and appeal to your interests. Dayton is a great choice for a contract because it combines big-city excitement with the friendliness that comes from working in a small town along with tons of indoor and outdoor activities.
One of Dayton's claims to fame is being the home and place of design for the Wright Brothers, which is evident by the many museums dedicated to aviation and the annual Dayton Air Show, an event that brings food and entertainment, along with aviation, to the city. That's just one of the many celebrations that go on throughout a year in Dayton. Greek Festival is another popular event worthy of a visit, even if just for the great food.
While it offers all the amenities of a city, Dayton also has plenty to offer the nature-loving travel nurse. The extensive Miami Valley Trails are a favorite of Dayton's walkers, runners, and bikers. Dayton Aviation Heritage Park, a national park right in the city, is worth a visit. Dayton's Riverscape is a popular destination through each of Dayton's four distinct seasons with outdoor concerts and events in the summertime and an outdoor ice rink in the colder months.
No matter what kind of entertainment interests you - museums, galleries, performing arts, shopping, dining - you can find it in Dayton, so grab your fellow nurses and go exploring when you get there. If you're ready to look for a travel nursing contract in the "Gem City," give Nurses PRN a call!
Stepdown Registered Nurses tend to patients who have been seriously ill and who are recovering. Stepdown Registered Nurses help with a safe and smooth transition from the Intensive Care Unit to the general nursing floors, for both the patients and their families.
As a Stepdown Registered Nurse your responsibilities include:
- Developing a plan of care for the patient while working with other healthcare team members.
- Closely monitoring the patient’s care and take steps to make certain they are stable.
- Preforming patient assessments (pre and post Intensive Care Unit care) and document results.
One year of experience as a Stepdown Nurse within the past two years.
- Current RN License in good standing.
- Current Basic Life Support through American Heart Association.
- Negative Drug Screen.