A Christmas Story, rock & roll and lush landscapes – just a few things that make Cleveland the best spot for your next nursing assignment! Cleveland brings the perfect balance of big city excitement and serenity. During your time away from the hospital, you'll find that this city has so much to offer. Let's explore a few spots that are sure to make it in your memory book…
Christmas comes but once a year, unless you're in Cleveland, then Christmas is all year round! Take the unique opportunity to get behind the scenes of the iconic "A Christmas Story" house. You can take a hands on tour of the house, which will include admiring the leg lamp, snapping a photo with the Christmas tree and even holding the Red Ryder BB gun! After you walk through the house, stroll across the street to the gift shop and museum. The museum has artifacts from the actual movie and behind-the-scenes photos. After a tour here, you're sure to bring back some Christmas cheer to the hospital!
If you need to get rid of the Christmas music playing in your head, there's no better way to do it than by visiting the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame. Enjoy six floors of legendary rock and roll exhibits, which include interesting facts and memorabilia from the greatest musicians of all time. You'll want to book tickets to a concert after spending a day here!
With all the excitement that Cleveland has to offer, you're probably looking for a spot to unwind. There's no better place than at Edgewater Park. This park is nestled next to Lake Erie, so needless to say the views are incredibly peaceful. This park is a perfect spot to enjoy biking, boating, picnicking, fishing or simply walking the trails. We understand that your job can be stressful, so finding your peaceful place is necessary. We hope this spot is it for you.
If you can't tell already, Cleveland is a magnificent spot for your next nursing job. It's time for you to try it for yourself!
The Respiratory Therapist will be responsible for caring for patients of all ages that have lunch and heart complications. The Respiratory Therapist will occasionally apply scientific principles to their medical processes in order to effectively diagnose and treat patients.
As a Respiratory Therapist your duties include:
- Evaluating patient’s present health condition, diagnose and document progress made by treatment.
- Administering treatments and prescribed medications with the supervision of doctors and surgeons.
- Performing required respiratory exams and monitoring any devices related to the patient’s treatment
One year of experience as a Respiratory Therapist within the past two years.
- Active Nursing License in good standing.
- Current BLS through American Heart Association.
- Negative Drug Screen.