• RN
  • Ortho
Camp Hill, PA
  • 307 beds
  • Night, 3x12 hr
  • 13 weeks
  • Oct 17, 2022
Taxable Income Hourly Weekly
Regular Pay Rate (min $18.00/hr) $43.00 $1,548
Overtime Pay Rate (min $27.00/hr) $64.50 $0
Total Taxable $43 $1,548
STIPENDS Weekly
Housing Stipend (max $672/week) $672
M&IE Stipend (max $413/week) $413
Total Stipend (based on residence) $1,085
Total Compensation $2,633
Local Information
Housing
Job Benefits
  • Guaranteed Hours
Job Bonuses
  • Sign-On Bonus $500
  • Referral Bonus $1000
Available Benefits
  • Day 1 Health Insurance
  • Contribute to Health Insurance
  • Dental Insurance
  • Vision Insurance
  • Life Insurance
  • Licensure Reimbursement
  • Licensure Process Assistance
  • Paid Compliance Costs
  • Loyalty Program
  • Holiday Pay
  • Offer 401k
  • Nationwide
  • 24/7 Customer Support
  • CEU Reimbursement
Job Information
  • Assignment Length: 13 weeks
  • Total # of hours: 468

Required Credentials

ACLS

BLS

NIH Stroke

Preffered Credentials

ACLS

BLS

NIH Stroke

Job Description

Wanderly is looking for a travel Ortho RN for a great travel nursing job in Camp Hill, PA.

This Ortho travel nursing job pays for 36 hours a week for 13 weeks. With Wanderly you can compare travel nurse salary from leading travel nurse agencies in the United States.

With Wanderly you can chat anonymously and apply to any agency with Wanderly’s Universal Application, below are the details of this Travel Nursing Job including the travel nurse salary:

  • Specialty: Ortho RN
  • Ortho Registered Nurse – Camp Hill, PA
  • Travel Nurse Salary – $2,633/Week
  • Start Date – October 17, 2022
  • Travel Nursing Job Assignment Length – 13 weeks
  • Travel Nurse 36 hours per week
  • Shift – 12 hours, Night

6E orthopedics/trauma unit- 7p-7a, e/o weekend and e/o holiday 

Job Summary:

Assesses plans, organizes, performs, and evaluates nursing activities to meet the needs of the patient. Promotes adaptive responses of patient and family to achieve the highest level of patient care, promote safety, and maximize patient satisfaction. Exhibits compassionate care during patient-nurse interactions. Coordinates patient care and interaction of staff. Meets the qualifications to provide care for patients in their assigned nursing unit. Responsible for ensuring the very best patient and family experience by optimizing all interactions.


Job Duties:

Completes assessments as established by scope of practice and unit standards.

Addresses physical, psychological, social, cultural, and spiritual needs of patient and family throughout the continuum of care.

Formulates, coordinates, and provides plan of care as established in unit standards including, patient and family education, family needs and discharge planning throughout hospitalization with members of the interdisciplinary team.

Provides direct patient care including, treatments, medications, and diagnostic studies according to policy and procedure.

Evaluates effectiveness of nursing interventions and revises plan of care based upon patient response to interventions.

Initiates collaboration with physicians, ancillary personnel, and other interdisciplinary team members and acts to proactively resolve and facilitate patient needs.

Problem solves, troubleshoots and takes corrective measures in the care and handling of equipment.

Participates in unit-based decision-making regarding the utilization of evidence- based practice.

Actively participates as a team member working toward team goals of the unit and organization and is accountable for unit and system specific metrics.

Actively participates in patient quality and safety education programs and other activities designed to improve departmental and organizational quality and safety.


Education:


Graduate from Specialty Training Program-Nursing (Required)




Certification(s) and License(s):

Basic Life Support Certification - American Heart Association (AHA), Licensed Registered Nurse (Pennsylvania) - RN_State of Pennsylvania


Skills:

Clinical Skills, Communication Skills, Interpersonal Skills, Organizational Skills, Preceptor Skills, Team Player

Facility Information

6E orthopedics/trauma unit- 7p-7a, e/o weekend and e/o holiday 

Job Summary:

Assesses plans, organizes, performs, and evaluates nursing activities to meet the needs of the patient. Promotes adaptive responses of patient and family to achieve the highest level of patient care, promote safety, and maximize patient satisfaction. Exhibits compassionate care during patient-nurse interactions. Coordinates patient care and interaction of staff. Meets the qualifications to provide care for patients in their assigned nursing unit. Responsible for ensuring the very best patient and family experience by optimizing all interactions.


Job Duties:

Completes assessments as established by scope of practice and unit standards.

Addresses physical, psychological, social, cultural, and spiritual needs of patient and family throughout the continuum of care.

Formulates, coordinates, and provides plan of care as established in unit standards including, patient and family education, family needs and discharge planning throughout hospitalization with members of the interdisciplinary team.

Provides direct patient care including, treatments, medications, and diagnostic studies according to policy and procedure.

Evaluates effectiveness of nursing interventions and revises plan of care based upon patient response to interventions.

Initiates collaboration with physicians, ancillary personnel, and other interdisciplinary team members and acts to proactively resolve and facilitate patient needs.

Problem solves, troubleshoots and takes corrective measures in the care and handling of equipment.

Participates in unit-based decision-making regarding the utilization of evidence- based practice.

Actively participates as a team member working toward team goals of the unit and organization and is accountable for unit and system specific metrics.

Actively participates in patient quality and safety education programs and other activities designed to improve departmental and organizational quality and safety.


Education:


Graduate from Specialty Training Program-Nursing (Required)




Certification(s) and License(s):

Basic Life Support Certification - American Heart Association (AHA), Licensed Registered Nurse (Pennsylvania) - RN_State of Pennsylvania


Skills:

Clinical Skills, Communication Skills, Interpersonal Skills, Organizational Skills, Preceptor Skills, Team Player

Agency Information

 Wayward Medical is an experienced healthcare agency specializing in Acute, long-term care, and skilled nursing facilities. Our focus is on creating and maintaining long-term relationships with our travelers and getting them the contracts that they WANT to work. We offer competitive weekly pay, referral and travel bonuses and a recruiter who will always respond! We work every day to better ourselves and our business to provide the best travel nursing experience possible. We listen to our travelers and always have their backs.

Caring for so many people is exhausting. Let Wayward take care of YOU!

Compensation Weekly
Taxable Income $1,548
Stipends $1,085
Total $2,633
Job Information
  • Assignment Length: 13 weeks
  • Total # of hours: 468

Required Credentials

ACLS

BLS

NIH Stroke

Preffered Credentials

ACLS

BLS

NIH Stroke

Job Description

Wanderly is looking for a travel Ortho RN for a great travel nursing job in Camp Hill, PA.

This Ortho travel nursing job pays for 36 hours a week for 13 weeks. With Wanderly you can compare travel nurse salary from leading travel nurse agencies in the United States.

With Wanderly you can chat anonymously and apply to any agency with Wanderly’s Universal Application, below are the details of this Travel Nursing Job including the travel nurse salary:

  • Specialty: Ortho RN
  • Ortho Registered Nurse – Camp Hill, PA
  • Travel Nurse Salary – $2,633/Week
  • Start Date – October 17, 2022
  • Travel Nursing Job Assignment Length – 13 weeks
  • Travel Nurse 36 hours per week
  • Shift – 12 hours, Night

6E orthopedics/trauma unit- 7p-7a, e/o weekend and e/o holiday 

Job Summary:

Assesses plans, organizes, performs, and evaluates nursing activities to meet the needs of the patient. Promotes adaptive responses of patient and family to achieve the highest level of patient care, promote safety, and maximize patient satisfaction. Exhibits compassionate care during patient-nurse interactions. Coordinates patient care and interaction of staff. Meets the qualifications to provide care for patients in their assigned nursing unit. Responsible for ensuring the very best patient and family experience by optimizing all interactions.


Job Duties:

Completes assessments as established by scope of practice and unit standards.

Addresses physical, psychological, social, cultural, and spiritual needs of patient and family throughout the continuum of care.

Formulates, coordinates, and provides plan of care as established in unit standards including, patient and family education, family needs and discharge planning throughout hospitalization with members of the interdisciplinary team.

Provides direct patient care including, treatments, medications, and diagnostic studies according to policy and procedure.

Evaluates effectiveness of nursing interventions and revises plan of care based upon patient response to interventions.

Initiates collaboration with physicians, ancillary personnel, and other interdisciplinary team members and acts to proactively resolve and facilitate patient needs.

Problem solves, troubleshoots and takes corrective measures in the care and handling of equipment.

Participates in unit-based decision-making regarding the utilization of evidence- based practice.

Actively participates as a team member working toward team goals of the unit and organization and is accountable for unit and system specific metrics.

Actively participates in patient quality and safety education programs and other activities designed to improve departmental and organizational quality and safety.


Education:


Graduate from Specialty Training Program-Nursing (Required)




Certification(s) and License(s):

Basic Life Support Certification - American Heart Association (AHA), Licensed Registered Nurse (Pennsylvania) - RN_State of Pennsylvania


Skills:

Clinical Skills, Communication Skills, Interpersonal Skills, Organizational Skills, Preceptor Skills, Team Player


Available Benefits
  • Day 1 Health Insurance
  • Contribute to Health Insurance
  • Dental Insurance
  • Vision Insurance
  • Life Insurance
  • Licensure Reimbursement
  • Licensure Process Assistance
  • Paid Compliance Costs
  • Loyalty Program
  • Holiday Pay
  • Offer 401k
  • Nationwide
  • 24/7 Customer Support
  • CEU Reimbursement
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