Travel Nurse (RN) – CVICU (Cardiovascular Intensive Care Unit) – Baltimore, MD – 853276

Job Details
Job ID:
853276
City:
Baltimore
Start Date:
ASAP
Assignment Length:
13 Week(s)
Shift:
Variable
Required Experience:
2 Years
Estimated Weekly Rate:
$3,835.00 per week
Job Description
Epic Travel Staffing is hiring a Travel RN – Cardiovascular Surgical ICU – Zayed 5E 48’s

Shift: Rotating D/N, 12×4, 48 hrs per week, will consider 36s

Length: 13-26 weeks

Requirements:
  • MD License
  • 2 years experience
  • Trained and worked in a dedicated Open-Heart Unit receiving patients directly from the OR
  • Current experience with recovery of post-op cardiac surgery patients in an ICU setting, Vent, CRRT, Swan, Epicardial wires/pacemakers, vasoactive gtts titration, level 1 IABP, ECMO
  • BLS
  • ACLS preferred
  • Critical Care Certification, trauma course, EPIC preferred
Epic Travel Staffing:
  • Day 1 health insurance coverage and comprehensive benefits options
  • 401(k) matching program
  • Weekly direct deposit
  • Concierge state licensing program for RN and other healthcare modalities in multiple states, including CA
  • Industry leading allowances and reimbursements
  • Referral program with cash bonuses and additional perks
  • Exclusive job openings – Only at Epic
  • Epic Elite Program – Priority status at top facilities and exclusive loyalty bonuses

To apply for this job or other Epic Travel Staffing jobs, we invite you to apply now, call a recruiter today at 800-917-5055 or email us at [email protected].

CVICU

Cardiovascular intensive care unit (CVICU) travel nurse jobs provide care to acutely ill patients who are recovery from cardiothoracic (CTICU) conditions or events, such as open heart surgery, AAA repairs and CABC. A CVICU travel nurse must be capable of administering care on a full spectrum, from clinical tasks such as medical history analysis and diagnostic testing, to personal care such as counseling patients and family regarding home-care and wellness. Overall, the CVICU nurse treats some of the most acutely ill patients in the hospital, and must do so safely and compassionately.

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