ER travel nurses always think on their feet.
ER nurses work with multidisciplinary teams to provide the best care for the patient. A shift in the ER can include a range of diverse situations and cases. As a highly valued member of the Emergency Room (ER) nursing team, you work with state-of-the-art technology and give compassionate care that helps people heal.
ER travel nurses are responsible for assessing a patient’s condition upon arrival. A successful emergency room nurse has excellent communication skills and a high degree of attention to detail. During each shift, you show your keen ability to identify patients symptoms and needs, and likewise communicate your assessment to the physician efficiently and fully. The ER nurse coordinates implementing treatment plans, explaining prescription information, administering IVs, managing medications, performing injections, and conducting EKGs and other triage elements. Despite the long list shift responsibilities, these nurses bring the same high level of care to patients each and every hour.
Overall, talented emergency room travel nurses are in high demand for acute-care facilities across the US. Travelers may earn higher pay than staff nurses. At GIFTED, we prioritize finding the opportunities that work best for your career, family, needs, and wants. Traveling ER nurses often have the option to earn overtime (OT) or pick up per diem shifts in their area. GIFTED offers many benefits for their travel and per diem nurses including full health, dental, and vision insurance from day one and licensure reimbursement. We see the value nurses add to healthcare facilities and unquestionably express that in every contract.