Are you a nurse or do you want to be a nurse? Do you love to travel? Are you looking for above average compensation? If you answer yes to these questions, chances are you are looking for an LPN Travel Nurse Job. While the pay seems to be lucrative, an LPN travel nurse has some major considerations, qualifications and disadvantages as well.
All the less-serious patients (as well as could be determined by our ER nurses’ triage assessments) had to be left in the waiting room. I don’t know how long they waited. On a good day (less busy than usual) the wait is from one to four hours. On a bad day, considerably longer. It’s not unusual for some patients to just give up and leave rather than wait.
These marks on the mask would help align the laser markings for the radiation treatments. This way the placement of the markers would be exact every single treatment. I was also going to wear a lead eyepiece over my left eye so the radiation would not affect my eye.
You must be a citizen of the United States and have a clean criminal record. There cannot be any felony convictions on your record. Minor infractions will not usually affect your enlistment. A background check for security clearance is also mandatory. This will include financial history and credit report. You will have a standard physical performed upon your enlistment.
There are actually different types of a travelling certified nurse aid job. The first kind is the cruise line nurse. Cruise ships that lets people travel across the world actually needs a nurse that will attend to their passengers when someone needs medical attention or is just seasick. The nurse assures that everyone in the ship is safe. This is great because cruise ships travel from coast to coast. Since it is part of your job, you don’t even have to pay anything rather they pay you. You can cruise your way to different places such as the Caribbean, Scandinavia, Mediterranean even Alaska, Hawaii, Mexico and Canada.
Meanwhile in the waiting room, the couples with their kids who need stitches, and the folks with their elderly ill parents, get angrier and angrier as they wait and wait, and eventually they will write a raging letter of complaint to the hospital about the poor service they got. This is very disheartening to us. We would do anything, everything for them, and we do, 100% of the time. But we have no control over what comes through the door, and we are obligated by both ethics and law to serve the “worst first.” Even though we have a separate “clinic” section for minor ailments and injuries, it fills up fast too. The rest simply have to wait their turn.
You can go into psychiatric or mental nursing if you’d like to help patients with such disability. You can also go into nursing people with developmental disabilities. Go to pediatrics or neonatal if you love children. If you have a soft spot for the older people, then geriatric nursing is the one for you.
I’m not a farmer and never will be one, but I do have plenty of time to garden now. I gave up nursing. I gave up my safe, secure, unsatisfying job and took a huge leap and risk towards reaching my dreams and happiness. I’m a home based business owner. I’m going for the gold and I’m winning.