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PRN / Per Diem ICU / LTAC RNs Health Insurance Option

Job ID: 49452
Job Views: 36
Location: Birmingham, Alabama,
Zip Code: 35213
Employment Type: PRN / Per Diem, Local / Regional

Primary Specialty

Registered Nurse: Critical-ICU, Critical-MICU, Critical-SICU, Critical-Trauma Unit, Long Term Acute Care (LTAC), Medical Surgical

Job Description

RD Staffing and Cardiac Staffing

is the go-to-agency providing experienced Long Term Acute Care Nurses Nationwide.
We have been staffing Long Term Acute Care Hospitals since 2001 and it is our primary specialty.

We are now offering Health, Dental, Prescription Card and Life Insurance to our PRN and Local Nurses

  • Due to our Nationwide Travel Division’s Group Health Insurance Plan we have decided to make this Insurance Plan available to PRN Status Nurses.
    This is not a discount plan, it is a great plan with a national carrier. (This is the same Plan that our National HealthCare Travelers have been utilizing for years)
  • Call our recruiters for complete details 888.402.2734

    Critical Care RNs needed for;

    • PRN / Daily Shifts in your area –Call to check on staffing needs in your area
      Bill Peoples– Nationwide PRN LTAC Coordinator at 888.402.2734 (Ext 105) or email; Bill Peoples
      Pam Stewart– Nationwide PRN LTAC Recruiter at 888.402.2734 (Ext 108) or email; Pam Stewart
    • Local / Regional Assignments – Guaranteed 36 hours (8-13 week commitment)
      Health. Dental & Prescription Insurance or Completion Bonus
    • Nationwide Travel Assignments with excellent compensation package available


PRN – Per Diem
Day Shift $33.00 p/hr.  N/A N/A
Day Shift (Exp.) $35.00 p/hr.  N/A N/A
Night Shift $35.00 p/hr.  N/A N/A
Night Shift(Exp.) $37.00 p/hr.  N/A N/A
Weekend Diff. $2.00  N/A N/A
Charge $3.00  N/A N/A
Experience (Exp.) 1 year documented LTAC Experience


Local / Regional Assignments
Day Shift $33.00 P/hr.  N/A Guaranteed Hours
Day Shift (Exp.) $35.00 p/hr.  N/A NO Cancellation Policy
Night Shift $35.00 p/hr. N/A
Night Shift(Exp.) $37.00 p/hr.  N/A
Charge $3.00 p/hr.  N/A
BONUS $2000.00  13 Weeks 36hrs
Experience (Exp.) 1 year documented LTAC Experience
Bonus eligible: Completion of assignment and minimum hours. Paid on Min. Regular Hrs.


Call 888.402.2734

     if you would like to know more about our
    Nationwide LTAC Travel, Local and PRN Assignments or other Local & PRN Opportunities

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Job Requirements

  •  State RN License
  • ACLS / BLS Required
  • 2 years crirtical care experience or 1 year Long Term Acute Care experience
  • Good time management skills
  • Ventilator experience
  • Critical Care Meds

 Long Term Acute Care Nurse

Bridging the transition from intensive care to home, nurses in long-term acute-care hospitals draw on their critical-care skills while building professional relationships with patients and families.

Most LTAC patients transfer from an intensive-care unit and are receiving ventilator assistance. Some have large open wounds or other acute problems. They may be on inotropic agents and in need of careful monitoring. LTAC patients, age 18 on up, stay an average of 25 days or longer.

As part of an interdisciplinary team, LTAC nurses aggressively wean patients off their ventilators and drips. Patients get up, even while on the vent.

LTAC nurses agree that the most challenging aspect of care is managing multiple, long-term, complex medical conditions, multiple system failures and patient anxiety.

The majority of LTAC patients go home or to a rehabilitation or long-term care facility.

LTAC nurse staffing depends on patient acuity, ranging from one-on-one with a patient who had recently coded to five- or six-to-one when caring for relatively stable ventilator patients.

Most LTACs hire experienced nurses, primarily in critical care. LTAC nurses work more autonomously than typical in critical care. Unlike in an ICU, the physician is on call, not in the unit.


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