Orthopedic nurses are involved in the care and treatment of patients who have musculoskeletal problems, including diseases or injuries of the bones, muscles, joints, and supporting connective tissue.
Assist physicians with patient management
Pre and Post-operative patient education
Monitoring the patients physical and emotional well being
Qualifications and Job Info
Minimum of 2-3 years Ortho. experience
Current ACLS & BLS Required
Must have current North Dakota state license
Travel experience a plus
Demonstrate the highest level of professionalism when interacting with patients, families, physicians, and hospital staff members.
All Medical provides professional liability and workers compensation coverage
A+ rated Malpractice Insurance.
Medical, Dental and Vision
Highly competitive rates and weekly pay.
A dedicated, in-house logistics team that will handle all of your travel needs if relocation or lodging is required.
AboutUs All Medical Personnel is a national leader in healthcare staffing recognized by Staffing Industry Analysts (SIA) as one of the nation's largest healthcare staffing firms. Our goal is to simplify the travel nursing process with a flexible and personalized approach. Our clients range from local, regional and national healthcare organizations throughout the United States. Whatever the focus of your medical career, we can help you find the perfect travel nursing opportunity!
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