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Registered Nurse - ICU (MICU, SICU, CCU, BICU) job in Washington, DC

Registered Nurse - ICU (MICU, SICU, CCU, BICU) job in Washington, DC
RN - ICU
Washington, DC
Travel/Contract
Cross Country Nurses

Cross Country Nurses

Cross Country Nurses is a leading travel nursing agency with partnerships in over 2,500 healthcare facilities across the U.S., serving over 80% of the nation’s top hospitals. You can learn more about Cross Country Healthcare at http://www.crosscountry.com.

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Registered Nurse - ICU (MICU, SICU, CCU, BICU) job in Washington, DC

JOB DESCRIPTION

As an intensive care unit nurse (RN ICU), you will be monitoring patients with highly unstable, life-threatening conditions, to ensure they receive the best possible care. You must be able to rapidly assess a patients condition and intervene with the appropriate care, managing various life-support systems like ventilation and heart-monitoring. Additionally, you will extend emotional support and education to gravely ill patients and their families.

REQUIREMENTS

* At least 1 year of recent acute care experience in specialty
* ASN, ADN, BSN or MSN required

BENEFITS

The benefits of taking a travel nursing job with CROSS COUNTRY include:

* Private housing available or generous housing allowance
* Comprehensive health insurance with prescription coverage
* Dependent health insurance with prescription coverage
* Competitive salaries
* Referral bonuses
* Travel reimbursement
* 401(k) retirement plan
* Direct deposit/free checking
* Unlimited free CE credits

Posted Date: 2023-02-05

Profession
Registered Nurse
Employment Type
Travel/Contract
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