We're searching for Pediatric Travel Nurses to fill immediate openings at a facility in San Diego, CA. If this sounds great to you, and you have 2+ years of experience, keep reading and we'll make sure you get all the details.
What will I do? Pediatric Travel Nurses monitor and assess general patient health, in addition to administering medications, and initiating and managing IVs. You will also be responsible for admitting, educating and discharging adolescent patients, and acting as the liaison between the patient, patients' families and physicians, as necessary.
What are the benefits? Weekly take-home pay between $20 and $60 per hour, including per- diems-top-tier benefits that help you focus on taking care of your patients and know you're being taken care of, too.
A qualified Pediatric Travel Nurse will have a Bachelor of Science in Nursing or Associate's Degree in Nursing and hold a current/active license as a registered nurse in the state of CA, in addition to current certifications in BLS (Basic Life Support), CPR (Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation) certification, PALS (Pediatric Advanced Life Support) certification and other unit-specific core certifications. You must also complete the National Council Licensure Examination (NCLEX-RN). Advanced certification can be obtained as a certified medical-surgical nurse (CMSRN).
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