Charlotte is where Southern charm meets big-city life, making it a great place for a travel nurse who wants to experience new things among friendly people. Charlotte is the biggest city in North Carolina and is continuing to grow. Uptown, the center of the action in Charlotte, contains museums, restaurants, parks, and theaters. Uptown's thriving live music scene make it a great destination for you and your nurse friends on a night off.
The opportunities for entertainment in Charlotte vary from sporting events to a huge art scene; no matter what interests you, you'll probably find it. Sports and car lovers head to Charlotte for the NASCAR races at Charlotte Motor Speedway. Speed Street is the biggest celebration in Charlotte. Several streets are closed down for music and events leading up to the NASCAR All-Star race. Nurses doubling as football enthusiasts can cheer on the Carolina Panthers along with the local fandom.
Charlotte also has a notable art scene with impressive galleries throughout the city, especially in NoDa, the city's historic art district. There's even a "gallery crawl" through the city twice a month. With this much to do and characteristically beautiful weather, you can get the most out of a travel contract in Charlotte.
While a big city, Charlotte is filled with parks and trees and famous Southern BBQ; it's really the best of both worlds. Get to know the city at events like Taste of Charlotte and Festival in the Park while you take in the beautiful skyline. To find out what's available in Charlotte right now, give Nurses PRN a call!
The TELE Registered Nurse is responsible for caring for patients that need special monitoring, sometimes this includes patients recently released from the Intensive Care Unit.
As a TELE Registered Nurse your responsibilities include:
- Giving prescribed medications and use life measuring equipment.
- Interpreting data produced from various medical equipment and act upon findings.
- Providing updates to the patient and their family members about their condition.
- Teaching patients about the best ways to adjust to major lifestyle changes.
One year of experience as a Telemetry Nurse within the past two years.
- Current Nursing License in good standing.
- Up to date BLS through American Heart Association.
- Negative Drug Screen.