Emergency Room Nurse - Emergency Nurse

Onward Healthcare Palo Alto , CA 94306

Posted 4 days ago

Exclusive Order to AMN Healthcare. Stanford Hospital & Clinics is a Magnet Facility known worldwide for advanced patient care provided by its physicians and staff. Stanford Hospital & Clinics, consistently ranked among the top hospitals in the nation for advanced care in such areas as cancer treatment, cardiac care, neurology, orthopedic surgery, and organ transplants.

PALS ACLS EPIC

Two years experience.

Known as the "Birthplace of Silicon Valley" and the home of Stanford University, Palo Alto's eclectic mix of tradition and innovation makes this California town a great place to live and work. Located just 35 miles south of San Francisco, this college town boasts a charming tree-lined downtown, an abundance of beautiful parks, a medley of cultural offerings and excellent travel nursing assignments.

Onward Healthcare's travel nursing assignments typically last 13 weeks, and include:

  • Competitive pay rates and comprehensive benefits

  • Medical plans with dental and vision

  • Complimentary, high-quality private housing

  • 401(k) and flex spending options

  • Life insurance

  • Accident and short-term disability coverage

  • Free continuing education (CE) courses

  • Travel allowances

  • Guaranteed pay program

  • Tuition discount program

  • Referral bonuses

Onward Healthcare, an AMN Healthcare company, is a travel nursing company dedicated to moving our nurses careers "onward and upward." Our team of expert recruiters connect clinicians with exclusive travel nursing opportunities at the nation's top hospitals and healthcare facilities. Onward's nursing assignments are part of a larger, comprehensive RN career development and consultation service. Onward/AMN Healthcare is an EEO/AA/Disability/Protected Veteran Employer.

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