RN Telemetry Registered Nurse - Travel Nurse in Fayetteville North Carolina

American Traveler Staffing Professionals - United States (30+ days ago)


AMERICAN TRAVELER has a Travel RN Telemetry job opening in Fayetteville NC .

Start date: ASAP
Assignment length: 13 Weeks
Shift: Days 12

American Traveler provides Registered Nurses with high-paying jobs in the best locations and healthcare facilities in the country.

We staff top hospitals: university teaching facilities, regional community hospitals, outpatient centers, rehab centers, and skilled nursing facilities. Our travel assignments offer:
Superior compensation
Generous bonuses
Health, dental, vision and life insurance - including Day 1 options
Free private housing
Travel and licensure reimbursement
401(k), plus much more.

  • All Registered Nurse candidates must have have or be able to obtain a valid professional license within the state of practice, proof of right to work in the United States, two years' experience in a hospital setting, and valid BLS. Specialty-related certifications are preferred and may be required for specific registered nurse and travel nurse positions.
  • RNs in telemetry nursing jobs use high-tech equipment to monitor patient conditions and progress. Tele nurses typically take care of patients recently released from the ICU who are often at risk for developing complications; these nurses, therefore, must be able to take appropriate action when problems arise. Common conditions that require telemetry nurses include cardiac surgery, renal failure, COPD, sleep disorders, neurological problems, epilepsy, and cancer. Duties of telemetry nurses include careful review of the patient's vitals, maintenance of telemetry equipment, administration of medication, and communication with the patient and family. Because patients require round-the-clock monitoring, telemetry RNs often work long hours, night shifts, weekends, and holidays. Consequently, telemetry nurses are in high demand and their wages are above average.
  • North Carolina travel nursing jobs are in some of the fastest-growing cities in the nation. North Carolina is internationally known for state-of-the-art healthcare and advanced medical research at Triangle Park and Duke University Medical Center. In fact, the Raleigh / Durham region is often referred to as the "County with Merit" - with cutting-edge work being done in medicine, education, research, industry and technology. Nursing jobs in North Carolina are abundant and high-paying. You'll find the city life in NC to be kicking with summer theater, arts, vibrant shopping districts, restaurants and year-round events.