Travel Nurse - RN - PICU - Pediatric Intensive Care Unit
Seattle, WA
Nurses PRN
Details
Profession Nurse
Type Travel
Specialties PICU - Pediatric Intensive Care Unit
Location Seattle, WA
Shift 5
Duration 13 weeks
Start Date ASAP
Travel RN - PICU in Seattle, WA
A PICU Registered nurse manages the general care of an infant or child experiencing serious medical troubles that must have constant monitoring. PICU registered nurses play a critical part in addressing any changes in the patient’s condition.

Responsibilities:

As a Pediatric Intensive Care Unit Nurse your duties include
  • Distributing meds.
  • Doing patient assessments.
  • Doing necessary procedures as taught by the physician.
  • Ensuring that the patient’s emotional and physical needs are satisfied.
  • Giving physicals and testing for illnesses.

Requirements

One year of experience as a Pediatric Intensive Care Unit Registered nurse within the past two years.
  • Active Nursing License in good standing.
  • Up to date BLS through American Heart Association.
  • Negative Drug Screen.

About  Nurses PRN

Nurses PRN is an experienced healthcare staffing agency that offers a variety of work options locally and nationally, including contracts, per diem and permanent placement.

Our story starts with a 21 year old CNA named Pete Hietpas. Pete was diligently working in the Fox Valley Wisconsin area with a variety of staffing agencies, but something was missing. He loved caring for his patients, but felt that the staffing agencies were exchanging compassion for competitiveness. Why can’t there be a balanced approach built on strong relationships with the nurses and clients? He was determined to change that. As a result, he started Nurses PRN in 1995 to be a model for the healthcare staffing business – being competitive in the marketplace, yet still maintaining a compassionate heart.

Today that model is thriving. Pete, as president, guides Nurses PRN in building authentic relationships with both our nurses and clients – driven by the simple idea that better nursing care leads to better patient care – all supported by a dedicated internal staff.

Our company culture is strongly supported by Christian values and activities to remind us that our success provides us the opportunity to serve and give back to our communities. This is the spirit of caregiving. This is Nurses PRN.