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Travel Nurse - RN - NICU Registered Nurse

FASTAFF Type Contract Posted 6/28/2014
Salary $42.00 per hour / $17,472.00 for 8 weeks Starts 7/23/2014
LA - Louisiana (All) - Lafayette Referral - n/a -    
Title: Travel Nurse - RN - NICU Registered Nurse

Start Date:
Reference Number: 51612
Company: FASTAFF Travel Nursing
Location: Lafayette, LA

Salary: $42.00 per hour / $17,472.00 for 8 weeks
Job Type: Contract
Experience: Minimum 2 years


 Travel Nurse - RN - NICU Registered Nurse

NICU Level 3 Registered Nurse - Neonatal Intensive Care RN - NICU 3 RN

We are seeking an experienced and self-motivated Neonatal Intensive Care Unit Travel RN Registered Nurse to join our growing team of nursing professionals.

  • BLS and NRP Required
  • As a Neonatal Intensive Care RN - Registered Nurse, you will be responsible for managing the care of the premature infant or infant experiencing severe and often life threatening problems requiring complex assessment as well as intensive therapies and interventions.
  • The NICU Level 3 - Neonatal Intensive Care - Registered Nurse will be working in a world class facility with top quality staff.
  • The NICU 3 Travel RN Registered Nurse reports directly to the Clinical Manager.

Keywords: NICU, Neonatal Intensive Care, Neonatal ICU, Level 3 NICU RN, NICU III, NICU level II, Level 2 NICU, NICU II, Intensive Care Nursery, ICN, Travel Nursing Jobs, Acute Care, Health Care

Facility Information:
This facility provides families with comprehensive medical services at every level of care, from severe emergency trauma to the common cold. Over the years, they have expanded its services and facilities to meet the community's growing needs. Although the hospital generates money by billing for its health care services, it does not pay out any revenue to shareholders, as for-profits do. Any net revenue is reinvested into the organization for new equipment, facilities, and technology to better care for the people they serve. As the region’s only community-owned and managed hospital, all decisions are made locally by an experienced administrative team and a volunteer Membership Corporation and Board of Trustees.
It's the unofficial capital of Acadiana or Cajun Country.  This is a center for great Cajun cuisine, but don't think Cajun food is all there is to eat here. Many different styles of food can be found here, and many have developed a Cajun flair. Music and dancing are an integral part of community life. Several restaurants and dance halls thrive in the area and the city hosts several musical festivals throughout the year.