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No matter what nursing specialty you work in, your skills are in demand. From OR and ICU nursing jobs to pediatric and labor & delivery nursing jobs, you'll find traveling nurse jobs in great locations across the country. Search your specialty below to see where American Mobile will take you in your career.
CVICU nurses help treat patients directly after the process of heart transplants and/or open-heart surgery.
ER nurses assist in providing care for patients who require emergency attention due to acute illness or physical trauma.
Home Health nurses spend their time monitoring patient health and administering medications for pain management.
ICU nurses care for patients who have life-threatening conditions, and are sometimes responsible for advising and supporting the patient's family.
Oncology nurses care for critically ill patients, primarily those diagnosed with cancer. Oncology nurses provide more than just chemotherapy to patients, they ensure the family of the patient is supported and cared for during the tough time.
Post anesthesia care unit nurses monitor and observe patients who have gone under anesthesia in hospitals and outpatient settings.
PCU nurses assist in the treatment of patients requiring close monitoring and frequent assessment, but not requiring full ICU attention.
Telemetry RNs help treat patients by monitoring blood pressure, breathing rate, heart rate, blood oxygen level, and other vital signs.
Labor & Delivery nursing jobs involve care during the antepartum, intrapartum, postpartum and neonatal stages of childbirth.
NICU nurses assist in providing care for newly born babies who need close monitoring because of premature birth, infection, defects, or related conditions.
Pediatric emergency room nurses provide immediate medical care to children. Pedi ER nurses often work in a high-pressure settings and care for a variety of illnesses.
PICU nurses care for children and adolescents who require continuous monitoring due to the presence of high-acuity or life-threatening conditions.
Pediatric RNs provide care for children who suffer from acute and chronic medical and surgical conditions, or various mental and/or physical disabilities.
Pediatric oncology nurses care for younger patients and children who have been diagnosed with cancer. Pediatric oncology nurses often prepare patients for various treatments and administer chemotherapy.
CVOR nurses help treat patients with cardiovascular needs, with duties including administering anesthesia and operating cardiopulmonary bypass machines.
Medical surgical nurses help perform routine surgery procedures before, during and after the procedure. Med surg nurses often assess patients, give medications and monitor the patients' vitals.
Operating room nurses (also known as perioperative nurses) help treat and prepare patients before, during, and after surgical procedures.
Catheterization laboratory (cath lab) nurses often work in a hospital setting and monitor patients undergoing diagnostic and therapeutic interventions.
Dialysis nurses help patients with sever kidney problems with dialysis procedures. Dialysis nurses are often specialized in nephrology nurses and have in-depth knowledge of kidney disease.
Nurse case managers often coordinate all of the patient care on the floor by assessing new patients, revising the patient health care plan, submitting documents and medical records, and educating the patients about their options.
Psychiatric (Psych) nurses work with children and adults in various settings. Psych nurses asses patients, offer counseling and therapeutic counseling, diagnose mental health conditions, administer medications and more.
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