• Allied
  • Telemetry
Santa Cruz, CA
  • 211 beds
  • Night, 3x12 hr
  • 13 weeks
  • Mar 6, 2023
Taxable Income Hourly Weekly
Regular Pay Rate (min $13.00/hr) $43.36 $1,041
Overtime Pay Rate (min $19.50/hr) $65.04 $780
Total Taxable $51 $1,821
STIPENDS Weekly
Housing Stipend (max $896/week) $896
M&IE Stipend (max $483/week) $483
Total Stipend (based on residence) $1,379
Total Compensation $3,200
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Job Information
  • Assignment Length: 13 weeks
  • Total # of hours: 468

Job Description

We are looking for a travel Telemetry Allied for a great travel allied job in Santa Cruz, CA.

This Telemetry travel allied job pays for 36 hours a week for 13 weeks. With Wanderly you can compare travel assignment salary from leading travel assignment 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 Allied Job including the travel assignment salary:

  • Specialty: Telemetry Allied
  • Telemetry (Tele) Allied – Santa Cruz, CA
  • Travel Assignment Salary – $3200/Week
  • Start Date – March 06, 2023
  • Travel Allied Job Assignment Length – 13 weeks
  • Travel Assignment 36 hours per week
  • Shift – 12 hours, night
Unit Notes:- Unit: TCU--Telemetry, cardiac intervention unit and tele overflow- # beds: 20 tele beds, 16 cardiac intervention beds and 8 overflow tele beds (these are all a stepdown level of care)--all same cost center so will cover all- Certs: BLS, ACLS, NIHSS, if going to do Charge Nurse must be Progressive Care Certified Nurse- Ratios: 1:3 or 1:4 based on acuity- EMR: Cerner- Charge Nurse: Yes run with no patients- Nurse Aides: Run 1 per every 12 patients; run 3 with full unit- Weekend Requirement: Every other weekend (Fri/Sat nights, Sat/Sun for days)- Holidays: Every other holiday rotating- Scrub Color: Navy- Tele: Phillips monitors, must read and interpret strips; do have monitor techs- Vents: No full vent, do have CPAP, BIPAP and Hi-flow O2- Hospitalist or Intensivist in house: Yes 24/7- IV Team: Yes 08-1600- RT 24/7: Yes- Pharmacy 24/7: Yes- Shifts: 7a-7p, 3p-3a, 7p-7a- Floating: No full vent, do have CPAP, BIPAP and Hi-flow O2- Floor specific orientation: 3 shifts on the unit- Common diagnosis/Types of patients: Post cath patients both clean and interventions; post TEE, Post cardioversion, ablations, AICD, sometimes external temp pacer patients, sometimes transcutaneous pacing, chest tubes, tube feedings, lots of drains, must be very fluent in gtts--will titrate down; gtts seen include amiodarone, cardizem, nitro, pressors, dopamine, insulin, heparin, etc...- Additional Notes: Stepdown nurses needed not med tele Cancellation Policy:Facility may cancel 3 shifts per assignment Charting System:Cerner BSN Required:No License to Submit:Yes Trauma Level: Care Setting:Acute Division:Nursing Shift Notes: Required Certifications:ACLS, BLS, COVID Vaccine Required, Crisis Protocol Approved, NIHSS

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Compensation Weekly
Taxable Income $1,821
Stipends $1,379
Total $3,200
Job Information
  • Assignment Length: 13 weeks
  • Total # of hours: 468

Job Description

We are looking for a travel Telemetry Allied for a great travel allied job in Santa Cruz, CA.

This Telemetry travel allied job pays for 36 hours a week for 13 weeks. With Wanderly you can compare travel assignment salary from leading travel assignment 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 Allied Job including the travel assignment salary:

  • Specialty: Telemetry Allied
  • Telemetry (Tele) Allied – Santa Cruz, CA
  • Travel Assignment Salary – $3200/Week
  • Start Date – March 06, 2023
  • Travel Allied Job Assignment Length – 13 weeks
  • Travel Assignment 36 hours per week
  • Shift – 12 hours, night
Unit Notes:- Unit: TCU--Telemetry, cardiac intervention unit and tele overflow- # beds: 20 tele beds, 16 cardiac intervention beds and 8 overflow tele beds (these are all a stepdown level of care)--all same cost center so will cover all- Certs: BLS, ACLS, NIHSS, if going to do Charge Nurse must be Progressive Care Certified Nurse- Ratios: 1:3 or 1:4 based on acuity- EMR: Cerner- Charge Nurse: Yes run with no patients- Nurse Aides: Run 1 per every 12 patients; run 3 with full unit- Weekend Requirement: Every other weekend (Fri/Sat nights, Sat/Sun for days)- Holidays: Every other holiday rotating- Scrub Color: Navy- Tele: Phillips monitors, must read and interpret strips; do have monitor techs- Vents: No full vent, do have CPAP, BIPAP and Hi-flow O2- Hospitalist or Intensivist in house: Yes 24/7- IV Team: Yes 08-1600- RT 24/7: Yes- Pharmacy 24/7: Yes- Shifts: 7a-7p, 3p-3a, 7p-7a- Floating: No full vent, do have CPAP, BIPAP and Hi-flow O2- Floor specific orientation: 3 shifts on the unit- Common diagnosis/Types of patients: Post cath patients both clean and interventions; post TEE, Post cardioversion, ablations, AICD, sometimes external temp pacer patients, sometimes transcutaneous pacing, chest tubes, tube feedings, lots of drains, must be very fluent in gtts--will titrate down; gtts seen include amiodarone, cardizem, nitro, pressors, dopamine, insulin, heparin, etc...- Additional Notes: Stepdown nurses needed not med tele Cancellation Policy:Facility may cancel 3 shifts per assignment Charting System:Cerner BSN Required:No License to Submit:Yes Trauma Level: Care Setting:Acute Division:Nursing Shift Notes: Required Certifications:ACLS, BLS, COVID Vaccine Required, Crisis Protocol Approved, NIHSS

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