Welcome to Wine Country! Santa Rosa is located in Sonoma County, which is home to breathtaking scenery and a plethora of wineries. Taking your nursing talents to sunny California is one of the best decisions you'll make. Not only is the city beautiful, but there is plenty to see and do while you're here. Experiencing Santa Rosa is a once in a lifetime opportunity for your career and memory book. While you're here on your 13 week nursing contract, we highly recommend checking out the Safari Adventure Tour, Sonoma Redwoods Hike and Coastal Kayaking Tour, and St. Francis Winery & Vineyards. A little nature and wine… no better way to unwind after your shift at the hospital.
If you love observing wildlife and feeling the breeze through your hair, then we found the perfect Santa Rosa excursion for you! The Safari West Sonoma Adventure tour is three fascinating hours of a wildlife preserve containing over 700 animals. Your tour guide will educate you on fun facts regarding the animals and their conservation efforts. This adventure is definitely one you want to try out!
If you prefer a more hands on adventure, then Sonoma Redwoods Hike and Coastal Kayaking Tour is just the ticket! Enjoy the morning walking along the Sonoma Coast and the afternoon kayaking in the Russian River where you'll spot river otters, seals, osprey and pelicans. Enjoy the tranquil environment to replenish you spirit for your next shift.
To fully enjoy "wine country" you must visit St. Francis Winery & Vineyards. Exceptional wine and cuisine await you. Don't believe us? Well, San Francisco Magazine voted it the Best of Wine Country for 2018…okay now you can book your reservation! Not only is the wine and food delicious but the views are spectacular as well. Talk about a relaxing way to end your day!
There's so much to Santa Rosa, CA – reading about it is great, but exploring it is the only way to do it right!
The TELE Registered Nurse is responsible for caring for patients that require special monitoring, frequently including patients recently released from the ICU.
As a TELE Nurse your responsibilities consist of:
- Administering prescribed medications and operating life measuring equipment.
- Analyzing data produced from various medical equipment and act upon findings.
- Providing updates to the patient and their family members about their condition.
- Educating patients about the different ways to adapt to major lifestyle changes.
One year of experience as a TELE Nurse within the past two years.
- Current Nursing License in good standing.
- Current Basic Life Support from American Heart Association.
- Negative Drug Screen.