Just Posted! Cath Lab RNs needed immediately for 13 Week Travel Assignments
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The Cardiac Cath Lab Registered Nurse is responsible for assisting the cardiologist in diagnostic cardiac catheterizations and interventional procedures on adult patients and providing quality nursing care, assessing and managing patient care in the cardiac catheterization lab, and occasionally in other designated areas within the hospital. Additionally, the Cardiac Cath Lab Registered Nurse will assist the cardiologists in all aspects of invasive cardiology (diagnostic and intervention, if applicable), including scrubbing, circulating, monitoring and recording hemodynamic parameters in accordance to policy and procedure. Employee shall also be responsible for the operation and reporting of results using blood glucose and oxygen saturation devices in accordance with policy and procedure.
This position offers an exceptional compensation and benefits package including:
Lucrative Salary and Bonuses
Completion Bonus on ALL Assignments
Life and Long-Term Disability Insurance
Much more, call today
This is a brand new Assignment/Job Board and all the assignments have not been posted as of yet.
Tax Advantage Plan
Travel Pay to and from assignment
Premium Private Housing
Group Healthcare Benefits (Effective Day One for Travel & Local Contracts)
Transportation Benefits (use pre-tax dollars to pay for parking and transit expenses)
State Licensure Reimbursement
ACLS / BLS Reimbursement
Direct Deposit – (Online Pay Stub)
Clinical Assistance Availability – 7/24
Worker's Compensation Insurance (A+ Rated)
Professional & General Liability Insurance (A+ Rated)
Optional Benefits Available
Education: Graduate of an accredited nursing program.
Licensure/Certification: Appropriate state licensure as Registered Nurse. Current BLS certification required. State ACLS certification required.
Professional Experience: Minimum 2 years of critical care experience or cardiac catheterization experience and working with hemodynamic waveforms and vaso-active medications is required. Ability to read and recognize EKGs and dysrhythmias required.