During a travel nursing contract in Burlington, you'll have the chance to take in gorgeous views of the surrounding lakes and mountains through all four seasons while being in a vibrant city with an identity of its own. As the biggest city in Vermont, there is a ton to do in Burlington. On top of that, the surrounding landscape is perfect for all kinds of outdoor recreation.
Church Street is the center of the action in Burlington with shops, restaurants, and a regular mix of street performers filling the street. During Church Street Marketplace, four blocks are closed off and filled with live music, delicious food, and unique shopping. Keep an eye on Church Street's online calendar to track the many events that go on in the area throughout the year.
If you're the type of travel nurse who likes to relax outdoors during a travel contract, you'll feel right at home in Burlington. Lake Champlain is a key feature of the area that is worth exploring by boat or a day on North Beach. There is also a bike path going through the city and nearby mountains perfect for hiking during the warmer months and skiing or snowboarding during the Vermont winter.
Burlington hosts celebrations for practically everything. Winter Carnival boasts parades, ice sculptures, and sleigh rides through the city. Vermont Brewers Festival draws breweries from throughout the state to the waterfront to enjoy samples in a beautiful setting. Whatever you're looking for in your next travel contract, it's likely that this eclectic city has it. Give Nurses PRN a call to hear what's available in Burlington!
The TELE Nurse is responsible for taking care of patients that need special monitoring, often this includes patients recently released from the ICU.
As a Telemetry Registered Nurse your duties consist of:
- Distributing medications and use life measuring instruments.
- Reviewing data produced from various medical equipment and act upon findings.
- Giving updates to the patient and their family members regarding their condition.
- Educating patients about the different ways to adjust to major lifestyle changes.
One year of experience as a Telemetry Registered Nurse within the past two years.
- Current RN License in good standing.
- Up to date Basic Life Support from American Heart Association.
- Negative Drug Screen.