Travel Registered Nurse - ICU/Critical Care - $2,350 / week

  • Job Reference: 1353503158-2
  • Date Posted: 10 June 2024
  • Recruiter: TravelNurseSource
  • Location: Yuma, Arizona
  • Salary: On Application

Job Description

TravelNurseSource is working with MedUS Healthcare to find a qualified ICU/Critical Care RN in Yuma, Arizona, 85364!

Pay Information
$2,350 per week

About The Position
At MedUS Healthcare, our vision is to become a necessary and exemplary partner in the care of our clients, while meeting the employment goals of our healthcare providers and their families. We believe that quality of care and quick delivery to our clients is not optional but, rather, a standard of practice. We are committed to providing quality care to our clients by recruiting the best healthcare providers in the industry as we, concurrently, fulfill our commitment to our healthcare providers by placing them in the best facilities nationwide! If you are interested in a travel position, please contact us today at 513-274-4008 or send us an email at

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Job Requirements

Required for Onboarding

  • ICU


5 Benefits of Travel Nursing
  1. Adapting to new environments, team dynamics, and patient populations fosters adaptability. This skill is transferable to various aspects of life and is highly valued in the healthcare profession.
  2. Embrace the nomadic lifestyle with pride, celebrating the uniqueness and diversity of each assignment. The sense of adventure and pride in being a healthcare nomad adds a distinctive dimension to your career.
  3. Some travel nursing agencies provide opportunities for continuing education, allowing you to expand your knowledge base and stay updated on the latest advancements in healthcare.
  4. There is a strong community of travel nurses who share experiences, advice, and support through online forums and social media groups, creating a sense of camaraderie and shared purpose.
  5. Working with diverse teams in various settings enhances your communication skills. You learn to effectively communicate with colleagues, patients, and families from different backgrounds.