Medical Surgical Registered Nurse

Totalmed Fayetteville , AR 72701

Posted 2 weeks ago

Premium Travel Medical-Surgical Assignments Pay Up To $3,899 Weekly!

Location: Multiple Exclusive US Assignments

TotalMed is seeking experienced Registered Nurses (RN) specializing in Medical-Surgical (med-surg). These assignments are typically 13 week travel assignments with both day and night shifts available.

Responsibilities:

  • Assessing, planning, implementing, and evaluating patient care plans

  • Evaluating medical information

  • Providing direct and individualized bedside nursing - care to pre-and post-surgery patients

  • Preparing, administering and recording prescribed medications

  • Changing dressings, inserting catheters, and starting IVs

  • Adjusting specialized medical equipment, as well as and recording measurements

  • Monitoring patients' vitals and reporting reactions to medications in a timely manner

  • Collaborating on discharge planning with the healthcare team

  • Answering questions and educating patients on surgical procedures and post-surgery care

  • Maintaining and updating patient files, medical charts, and health records

  • Adhering to best nursing practices, standards, and protocols

Position Requirements:

  • State-approved nursing licensure

  • In-depth knowledge of best practices in medical-surgical nursing

  • At least two years' experience as a medical-surgical nurse in a similar facility

Benefits:

  • Medical Benefits: Protect yourself, your spouse or domestic partner, and children from the start with our day-of-hire health insurance

  • Dental: Stay with your favorite dentist for everything from routine cleanings to orthodontia for your kids

  • Vision: Keep your vision 20/20 with our comprehensive coverage for exams, contacts, and eyeglasses

  • Short and Long-Term Disability: Protect yourself and your family from unexpected illness or injury with our elective disability insurance

  • Life Insurance: Keep your mind off of the worst case scenario with our robust life insurance policies

  • 401(K): Enjoy the peace of mind that comes from enrolling in the best 401(k) plan in the industry

PLUS:

  • Generous tax-free stipends!
  • Join our new Travel for Life Referral Program and earn $1 for every hour your friend or colleague works for as long as you work at TotalMed!

Rely on the support of the TotalMed family. You put a lot on the line as a travel nurse, and with TotalMed, you'll always get the support and info you need, when you need it.

Experience the TotalMed Difference - Apply Today!

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