Medical Surgical Travel Nursing Jobs Nationwide for RNs

Explore Travel Nursing Job Opportunities for MS Nurses with AMN Healthcare

Are you a Medical Surgical nurse seeking travel job opportunities? Look no further! AMN Healthcare is your trusted partner in finding locums positions that align with your career goals. With a total of 727 travel related Medical Surgical jobs currently available, we’re sure you’ll find your next great adventure!

Find Competitive Compensation for Medical Surgical Registered Nurse Travel Jobs

When it comes to compensation, AMN Healthcare ensures that our travel job opportunities are both rewarding and competitive. The pay rates for our current travel Medical Surgical Registered Nurse jobs range from $1,151 per week to $2,614 weekly.

National Salary Trends for Travel Medical Surgical Registered Nurse Jobs

Understanding the salary landscape is crucial when evaluating your career options. Based on historical data from the last year of posted traveling Medical Surgical Registered Nurse jobs, the average weekly pay was about $1,899 per week.

Start Dates to Suit Your Schedule

AMN Healthcare recognizes the importance of flexibility when taking a job. As of Jun 17, 2024, we offer Medical Surgical travel jobs with various starting dates, including Jun 16, 2024 (11 jobs), Jun 17, 2024 (35 jobs), Jun 18, 2024 (3 jobs), Jun 23, 2024 (7 jobs), and Jun 24, 2024 (97 jobs).

Nationwide Facilities Hiring Traveling Medical Surgical Nurses

Temporary jobs for Medical Surgical nurses span across various healthcare facilities, including Short Term Acute Care Hospital (6,998 jobs), Rehabilitation Hospital (286 jobs), Critical Access Hospital (260 jobs), Dialysis Center (101 jobs), and Clinic (81 jobs) facilities.

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Highest Paying Jobs in Montgomery, AL

AMN Healthcare currently has 42 travel Medical Surgical positions available in Montgomery.
travel Compact State
Registered Nurse – Medical Surgical
  • Montgomery, Alabama – 36111
  • 12 D, 12 E, 12 N,
  • July 15, 2024
  • 12
$1,676 to $1,847
Weekly Pay*
JOB DESCRIPTION–MS Float Pool SimpliFi Interview About Facility: 492 Beds 2105 E. South Blvd., Montgomery, AL 36116 Level II Trauma Center Level III NICU Primary Stroke Center First-time traveler: Yes, 1 yr- 1.5 yrs experience in MS if they sign a 20-26 wk contract They will get an ADDITIONAL 2-3 shifts of UNIT orientation for a total of 4/5 shifts. We’ll begin with 4 and add an additional if necessary. Will also accept: 18 months+ of experience (LTAC/Rehab okay) with at least 6 months of MedSurg (prefers MS to be recent) Staff has to be gone for 3 months before returning as a traveler. From last shift worked to start date Will be assigned a home unit on the first day of orientation. 6 North Trauma Surgical Beds: 23 Patient Types: General Surgery, Cholecystectomy, Ostomy, Splenectomy, Vascular surgeries Patient Ratios: 1:5-6 Skills required: At least 1 year of trauma experience. Wound care, chest tubes, NGT, IV skills, medication administration/documentation and escalations 5 South Neuroscience Beds: 33 Patient Types: CVA, TBI, Seizure, AMS, Spinal Fusion, Craniotomy, Degenerative Diseases, post trauma, angiogram, post ICU Patient Ratios: 1:5-6 Skills required: IV start, blood draws from central lines, trach care, PEG, NGT, Colostomy/Ostomy, Wound Care, Chest tube, Surgical Site Care, C-Collar, Abdominal Binders, Restraints 5 North MedSurg/Oncology Beds: 39 (very busy unit) Patient Types: All patient types except stroke and MI, palliative care, ETOH withdrawal, behavioral patients. MS/Oncology patients 1:6 for RN and LPNs Skills required: Trach care, chest tubes, PEG tubes, wound care, drains, foleys, behavioral issues, codes, IV starts; Chemo administration, if certified Tele monitoring on hallway monitors and by tele techs on ground floor 4 South Clinical Decision Unit Beds: 18 Patient Types: General patient population hospitalized for various causes, such as illness, surgery, testing, or observation COPD, CHF, Diabetes, MRSA, VRE, C-Diff, COVID, Pneumonia, Renal Failure, Sepsis, UTI, End of Life Comfort Patient Ratios: 1:6 Skills required: Assessment, prioritization, communication and documentation skills. Tracheotomy care, Suctioning, O2 Therapy, ostomy care, Foley care, External catheter care, PEG/NGT care and use, wound care, chest tube, central line care, pressure ulcer management/preventive measures, falls prevention management, restraints. 3 South Orthopedics Beds: 20 Patient Types: Orthopedic and spine: Joint replacements, fractures, fusions, laminectomies, etc. Patient Ratios: 1:5; 1:6 if medsurg Skills required: PCA pumps, wound care (negative pressure dressing), dressing changes, foley, drains (hemovacs/JP drains) 3 North MS/Ortho/Urology Beds: 23 Patient Types: Urology, ENT, ortho, MedSurg Patient Ratios: Team Nursing 1:8 (1 RN: 1 LPN: 8 patients); 1:6 Skills Required: Trach, wound care, wound vacs, IV starts, CVL dressing changes, follow nurse-driven foley protocol. No required to read/measure tele strips. Required Certifications: BLS, NIHSS Support on the Unit: CNA (Ratio): 6:1 Receptionist/HUC? Yes Charge nurse? Yes, rarely takes assignment. Phlebotomy? Yes IV/VAT Team? Yes Hospitalist? Yes Telemetry monitoring tech? Are RNs required to read/measure tele strips? Yes, telemetry is monitored by Telemetry Techs, RNs are required to interpret and confirm q4 hours strip reading Technology/Equipment: EMR: Cerner (preferred) IV pumps: Plum 360 Medication dispensing: Omnicell Monitors: Spacelabs Floating: If yes, where? Any like unit/patient location (MS-MS, MS-ICU task, MS-ER/MS holds; ICU-ICU, ICU-MS task or limit of 3, ICU-ER/ICU holds) Orientation: Travelers who are new to the facility or return travelers who have been gone for 1+ years will have 24 hours of classroom time and 24 hours on the unit Rehires: orientation will depend on last date here Scheduling: Weekend rotation: Every other or 4 weekend days per month if on block schedule On call? If so, what is that schedule? No Holiday Expectations: This does not mean they will automatically be scheduled for those dates, but we will not contractually guarantee to being off prior to arrival. Baptist Blackout dates: Martin Luther King Jr. Day: 1/15 Valentine’s Day (week): 2/10 – 2/17 Spring Break (week) Easter Weekend: 3/30 – 3/31 Mother’s Day Weekend Memorial Day (week): 5/24 – 5/27 Father’s Day Weekend Labor day weekend: 9/2-9/4 Halloween: 10/30-31 Thanksgiving: 11/22-25 Christmas and New Year’s: 12/23-26 and 12/31-1/1 Approval of time off? “No blackout dates” RTO pending manager approval (Eanh) Shift times: 7a-7p, 7p-7a Schedule cycle: 4 week cycle period; no self scheduling Other notes: Scrub Color: Any color Parking: Parking deck only 2nd through 4th levels
travel Compact State
Registered Nurse – Medical Surgical
  • Montgomery, Alabama – 36111
  • 12 N,
  • July 22, 2024
  • 12
$1,782 to $1,963
Weekly Pay*
JOB DESCRIPTION–MS Float Pool SimpliFi Interview About Facility: 492 Beds 2105 E. South Blvd., Montgomery, AL 36116 Level II Trauma Center Level III NICU Primary Stroke Center First-time traveler: Yes, 1 yr- 1.5 yrs experience in MS if they sign a 20-26 wk contract They will get an ADDITIONAL 2-3 shifts of UNIT orientation for a total of 4/5 shifts. We’ll begin with 4 and add an additional if necessary. Will also accept: 18 months+ of experience (LTAC/Rehab okay) with at least 6 months of MedSurg (prefers MS to be recent) Staff has to be gone for 3 months before returning as a traveler. From last shift worked to start date Will be assigned a home unit on the first day of orientation. 6 North Trauma Surgical Beds: 23 Patient Types: General Surgery, Cholecystectomy, Ostomy, Splenectomy, Vascular surgeries Patient Ratios: 1:5-6 Skills required: At least 1 year of trauma experience. Wound care, chest tubes, NGT, IV skills, medication administration/documentation and escalations 5 South Neuroscience Beds: 33 Patient Types: CVA, TBI, Seizure, AMS, Spinal Fusion, Craniotomy, Degenerative Diseases, post trauma, angiogram, post ICU Patient Ratios: 1:5-6 Skills required: IV start, blood draws from central lines, trach care, PEG, NGT, Colostomy/Ostomy, Wound Care, Chest tube, Surgical Site Care, C-Collar, Abdominal Binders, Restraints 5 North MedSurg/Oncology Beds: 39 (very busy unit) Patient Types: All patient types except stroke and MI, palliative care, ETOH withdrawal, behavioral patients. MS/Oncology patients 1:6 for RN and LPNs Skills required: Trach care, chest tubes, PEG tubes, wound care, drains, foleys, behavioral issues, codes, IV starts; Chemo administration, if certified Tele monitoring on hallway monitors and by tele techs on ground floor 4 South Clinical Decision Unit Beds: 18 Patient Types: General patient population hospitalized for various causes, such as illness, surgery, testing, or observation COPD, CHF, Diabetes, MRSA, VRE, C-Diff, COVID, Pneumonia, Renal Failure, Sepsis, UTI, End of Life Comfort Patient Ratios: 1:6 Skills required: Assessment, prioritization, communication and documentation skills. Tracheotomy care, Suctioning, O2 Therapy, ostomy care, Foley care, External catheter care, PEG/NGT care and use, wound care, chest tube, central line care, pressure ulcer management/preventive measures, falls prevention management, restraints. 3 South Orthopedics Beds: 20 Patient Types: Orthopedic and spine: Joint replacements, fractures, fusions, laminectomies, etc. Patient Ratios: 1:5; 1:6 if medsurg Skills required: PCA pumps, wound care (negative pressure dressing), dressing changes, foley, drains (hemovacs/JP drains) 3 North MS/Ortho/Urology Beds: 23 Patient Types: Urology, ENT, ortho, MedSurg Patient Ratios: Team Nursing 1:8 (1 RN: 1 LPN: 8 patients); 1:6 Skills Required: Trach, wound care, wound vacs, IV starts, CVL dressing changes, follow nurse-driven foley protocol. No required to read/measure tele strips. Required Certifications: BLS, NIHSS Support on the Unit: CNA (Ratio): 6:1 Receptionist/HUC? Yes Charge nurse? Yes, rarely takes assignment. Phlebotomy? Yes IV/VAT Team? Yes Hospitalist? Yes Telemetry monitoring tech? Are RNs required to read/measure tele strips? Yes, telemetry is monitored by Telemetry Techs, RNs are required to interpret and confirm q4 hours strip reading Technology/Equipment: EMR: Cerner (preferred) IV pumps: Plum 360 Medication dispensing: Omnicell Monitors: Spacelabs Floating: If yes, where? Any like unit/patient location (MS-MS, MS-ICU task, MS-ER/MS holds; ICU-ICU, ICU-MS task or limit of 3, ICU-ER/ICU holds) Orientation: Travelers who are new to the facility or return travelers who have been gone for 1+ years will have 24 hours of classroom time and 24 hours on the unit Rehires: orientation will depend on last date here Scheduling: Weekend rotation: Every other or 4 weekend days per month if on block schedule On call? If so, what is that schedule? No Holiday Expectations: This does not mean they will automatically be scheduled for those dates, but we will not contractually guarantee to being off prior to arrival. Baptist Blackout dates: Martin Luther King Jr. Day: 1/15 Valentine’s Day (week): 2/10 – 2/17 Spring Break (week) Easter Weekend: 3/30 – 3/31 Mother’s Day Weekend Memorial Day (week): 5/24 – 5/27 Father’s Day Weekend Labor day weekend: 9/2-9/4 Halloween: 10/30-31 Thanksgiving: 11/22-25 Christmas and New Year’s: 12/23-26 and 12/31-1/1 Approval of time off? “No blackout dates” RTO pending manager approval (Eanh) Shift times: 7a-7p, 7p-7a Schedule cycle: 4 week cycle period; no self scheduling Other notes: Scrub Color: Any color Parking: Parking deck only 2nd through 4th levels
travel Compact State
Registered Nurse – Medical Surgical
  • Montgomery, Alabama – 36111
  • 12 N,
  • July 22, 2024
  • 12
$1,782 to $1,963
Weekly Pay*
JOB DESCRIPTION–MS Float Pool SimpliFi Interview About Facility: 492 Beds 2105 E. South Blvd., Montgomery, AL 36116 Level II Trauma Center Level III NICU Primary Stroke Center First-time traveler: Yes, 1 yr- 1.5 yrs experience in MS if they sign a 20-26 wk contract They will get an ADDITIONAL 2-3 shifts of UNIT orientation for a total of 4/5 shifts. We’ll begin with 4 and add an additional if necessary. Will also accept: 18 months+ of experience (LTAC/Rehab okay) with at least 6 months of MedSurg (prefers MS to be recent) Staff has to be gone for 3 months before returning as a traveler. From last shift worked to start date Will be assigned a home unit on the first day of orientation. 6 North Trauma Surgical Beds: 23 Patient Types: General Surgery, Cholecystectomy, Ostomy, Splenectomy, Vascular surgeries Patient Ratios: 1:5-6 Skills required: At least 1 year of trauma experience. Wound care, chest tubes, NGT, IV skills, medication administration/documentation and escalations 5 South Neuroscience Beds: 33 Patient Types: CVA, TBI, Seizure, AMS, Spinal Fusion, Craniotomy, Degenerative Diseases, post trauma, angiogram, post ICU Patient Ratios: 1:5-6 Skills required: IV start, blood draws from central lines, trach care, PEG, NGT, Colostomy/Ostomy, Wound Care, Chest tube, Surgical Site Care, C-Collar, Abdominal Binders, Restraints 5 North MedSurg/Oncology Beds: 39 (very busy unit) Patient Types: All patient types except stroke and MI, palliative care, ETOH withdrawal, behavioral patients. MS/Oncology patients 1:6 for RN and LPNs Skills required: Trach care, chest tubes, PEG tubes, wound care, drains, foleys, behavioral issues, codes, IV starts; Chemo administration, if certified Tele monitoring on hallway monitors and by tele techs on ground floor 4 South Clinical Decision Unit Beds: 18 Patient Types: General patient population hospitalized for various causes, such as illness, surgery, testing, or observation COPD, CHF, Diabetes, MRSA, VRE, C-Diff, COVID, Pneumonia, Renal Failure, Sepsis, UTI, End of Life Comfort Patient Ratios: 1:6 Skills required: Assessment, prioritization, communication and documentation skills. Tracheotomy care, Suctioning, O2 Therapy, ostomy care, Foley care, External catheter care, PEG/NGT care and use, wound care, chest tube, central line care, pressure ulcer management/preventive measures, falls prevention management, restraints. 3 South Orthopedics Beds: 20 Patient Types: Orthopedic and spine: Joint replacements, fractures, fusions, laminectomies, etc. Patient Ratios: 1:5; 1:6 if medsurg Skills required: PCA pumps, wound care (negative pressure dressing), dressing changes, foley, drains (hemovacs/JP drains) 3 North MS/Ortho/Urology Beds: 23 Patient Types: Urology, ENT, ortho, MedSurg Patient Ratios: Team Nursing 1:8 (1 RN: 1 LPN: 8 patients); 1:6 Skills Required: Trach, wound care, wound vacs, IV starts, CVL dressing changes, follow nurse-driven foley protocol. No required to read/measure tele strips. Required Certifications: BLS, NIHSS Support on the Unit: CNA (Ratio): 6:1 Receptionist/HUC? Yes Charge nurse? Yes, rarely takes assignment. Phlebotomy? Yes IV/VAT Team? Yes Hospitalist? Yes Telemetry monitoring tech? Are RNs required to read/measure tele strips? Yes, telemetry is monitored by Telemetry Techs, RNs are required to interpret and confirm q4 hours strip reading Technology/Equipment: EMR: Cerner (preferred) IV pumps: Plum 360 Medication dispensing: Omnicell Monitors: Spacelabs Floating: If yes, where? Any like unit/patient location (MS-MS, MS-ICU task, MS-ER/MS holds; ICU-ICU, ICU-MS task or limit of 3, ICU-ER/ICU holds) Orientation: Travelers who are new to the facility or return travelers who have been gone for 1+ years will have 24 hours of classroom time and 24 hours on the unit Rehires: orientation will depend on last date here Scheduling: Weekend rotation: Every other or 4 weekend days per month if on block schedule On call? If so, what is that schedule? No Holiday Expectations: This does not mean they will automatically be scheduled for those dates, but we will not contractually guarantee to being off prior to arrival. Baptist Blackout dates: Martin Luther King Jr. Day: 1/15 Valentine’s Day (week): 2/10 – 2/17 Spring Break (week) Easter Weekend: 3/30 – 3/31 Mother’s Day Weekend Memorial Day (week): 5/24 – 5/27 Father’s Day Weekend Labor day weekend: 9/2-9/4 Halloween: 10/30-31 Thanksgiving: 11/22-25 Christmas and New Year’s: 12/23-26 and 12/31-1/1 Approval of time off? “No blackout dates” RTO pending manager approval (Eanh) Shift times: 7a-7p, 7p-7a Schedule cycle: 4 week cycle period; no self scheduling Other notes: Scrub Color: Any color Parking: Parking deck only 2nd through 4th levels
travel Compact State
Registered Nurse – Medical Surgical
  • Montgomery, Alabama – 36111
  • 12 N,
  • July 15, 2024
  • 12
$1,782 to $1,963
Weekly Pay*
JOB DESCRIPTION–MS Float Pool SimpliFi Interview About Facility: 492 Beds 2105 E. South Blvd., Montgomery, AL 36116 Level II Trauma Center Level III NICU Primary Stroke Center First-time traveler: Yes, 1 yr- 1.5 yrs experience in MS if they sign a 20-26 wk contract They will get an ADDITIONAL 2-3 shifts of UNIT orientation for a total of 4/5 shifts. We’ll begin with 4 and add an additional if necessary. Will also accept: 18 months+ of experience (LTAC/Rehab okay) with at least 6 months of MedSurg (prefers MS to be recent) Staff has to be gone for 3 months before returning as a traveler. From last shift worked to start date Will be assigned a home unit on the first day of orientation. 6 North Trauma Surgical Beds: 23 Patient Types: General Surgery, Cholecystectomy, Ostomy, Splenectomy, Vascular surgeries Patient Ratios: 1:5-6 Skills required: At least 1 year of trauma experience. Wound care, chest tubes, NGT, IV skills, medication administration/documentation and escalations 5 South Neuroscience Beds: 33 Patient Types: CVA, TBI, Seizure, AMS, Spinal Fusion, Craniotomy, Degenerative Diseases, post trauma, angiogram, post ICU Patient Ratios: 1:5-6 Skills required: IV start, blood draws from central lines, trach care, PEG, NGT, Colostomy/Ostomy, Wound Care, Chest tube, Surgical Site Care, C-Collar, Abdominal Binders, Restraints 5 North MedSurg/Oncology Beds: 39 (very busy unit) Patient Types: All patient types except stroke and MI, palliative care, ETOH withdrawal, behavioral patients. MS/Oncology patients 1:6 for RN and LPNs Skills required: Trach care, chest tubes, PEG tubes, wound care, drains, foleys, behavioral issues, codes, IV starts; Chemo administration, if certified Tele monitoring on hallway monitors and by tele techs on ground floor 4 South Clinical Decision Unit Beds: 18 Patient Types: General patient population hospitalized for various causes, such as illness, surgery, testing, or observation COPD, CHF, Diabetes, MRSA, VRE, C-Diff, COVID, Pneumonia, Renal Failure, Sepsis, UTI, End of Life Comfort Patient Ratios: 1:6 Skills required: Assessment, prioritization, communication and documentation skills. Tracheotomy care, Suctioning, O2 Therapy, ostomy care, Foley care, External catheter care, PEG/NGT care and use, wound care, chest tube, central line care, pressure ulcer management/preventive measures, falls prevention management, restraints. 3 South Orthopedics Beds: 20 Patient Types: Orthopedic and spine: Joint replacements, fractures, fusions, laminectomies, etc. Patient Ratios: 1:5; 1:6 if medsurg Skills required: PCA pumps, wound care (negative pressure dressing), dressing changes, foley, drains (hemovacs/JP drains) 3 North MS/Ortho/Urology Beds: 23 Patient Types: Urology, ENT, ortho, MedSurg Patient Ratios: Team Nursing 1:8 (1 RN: 1 LPN: 8 patients); 1:6 Skills Required: Trach, wound care, wound vacs, IV starts, CVL dressing changes, follow nurse-driven foley protocol. No required to read/measure tele strips. Required Certifications: BLS, NIHSS Support on the Unit: CNA (Ratio): 6:1 Receptionist/HUC? Yes Charge nurse? Yes, rarely takes assignment. Phlebotomy? Yes IV/VAT Team? Yes Hospitalist? Yes Telemetry monitoring tech? Are RNs required to read/measure tele strips? Yes, telemetry is monitored by Telemetry Techs, RNs are required to interpret and confirm q4 hours strip reading Technology/Equipment: EMR: Cerner (preferred) IV pumps: Plum 360 Medication dispensing: Omnicell Monitors: Spacelabs Floating: If yes, where? Any like unit/patient location (MS-MS, MS-ICU task, MS-ER/MS holds; ICU-ICU, ICU-MS task or limit of 3, ICU-ER/ICU holds) Orientation: Travelers who are new to the facility or return travelers who have been gone for 1+ years will have 24 hours of classroom time and 24 hours on the unit Rehires: orientation will depend on last date here Scheduling: Weekend rotation: Every other or 4 weekend days per month if on block schedule On call? If so, what is that schedule? No Holiday Expectations: This does not mean they will automatically be scheduled for those dates, but we will not contractually guarantee to being off prior to arrival. Baptist Blackout dates: Martin Luther King Jr. Day: 1/15 Valentine’s Day (week): 2/10 – 2/17 Spring Break (week) Easter Weekend: 3/30 – 3/31 Mother’s Day Weekend Memorial Day (week): 5/24 – 5/27 Father’s Day Weekend Labor day weekend: 9/2-9/4 Halloween: 10/30-31 Thanksgiving: 11/22-25 Christmas and New Year’s: 12/23-26 and 12/31-1/1 Approval of time off? “No blackout dates” RTO pending manager approval (Eanh) Shift times: 7a-7p, 7p-7a Schedule cycle: 4 week cycle period; no self scheduling Other notes: Scrub Color: Any color Parking: Parking deck only 2nd through 4th levels
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Highest Paying Jobs in Albany, NY

AMN Healthcare currently has 41 travel Medical Surgical positions available in Albany.
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Registered Nurse – Medical Surgical
  • Albany, New York – 12208
  • 12 D,
  • July 28, 2024
  • 13
$1,736 to $1,913
Weekly Pay*
This position presents an opportunity to join an elite team of passionate physicians and nurses within the Medical Surgical (MS) unit. This unit sees a wide variety of conditions including endocrine, wound care, neurology and gerontology as well as patients undergoing basic recovery care. Your expertise will be utilized for high level care within the traditional Medical Surgical unit setting. MS RN’s can expect to enhance their professional experience while providing top notch patient care to those most needing it.
travel
Registered Nurse – Medical Surgical
  • Albany, New York – 12208
  • 12 D,
  • July 1, 2024
  • 22
$1,736 to $1,913
Weekly Pay*
D5 is a 43 bed neurosciences unit with three levels of care. We take patients with ischemic and hemorrhagic strokes, brain tumors, aneurysms, seizures, traumatic brain injuries, neuromuscular diseases and other diagnosis’ involving the neurologic system. There are 22 neuro floor beds with patients requiring every 4-hour monitoring. There are also 21 neuro progressive care beds with patients requiring monitoring from every 15 minutes to every 2 hours. Additionally, there are 7 Epilepsy Monitoring Unit (EMU) beds embedded in the 22 neuro floor beds. These patients are seizure disorder patients admitted electively with their anti-convulsant medications on hold and hard wired to continuous EEG. This allows the physicians to identify the area of the brain where the seizures are occurring. Many of these patients become candidates for brain mapping with surgically placed grids to further pinpoint the area causing the seizures. This mapping allows the surgeon to determine if the patient would be a candidate for surgical removal of parts of the brain to stop seizure activity and still allow the patient to have functionality. Patients in the neuro progressive areas are those with fresh strokes, subarachnoid hemorrhages, TPA administration – either initiated or maintained on the unit, craniotomies, ventriculostomies, lumbar drains, SEPS drains, anti-hypertensive medication drips such as Cleviprex and other neuro patients requiring close monitoring. Neuro progressive patients usually advance to floor patients in a few days. The nurse-to-patient ratio for floor patients is typically 1:4 or 5 and in the progressive areas 1:2 or 3, depending on acuity.
travel
Registered Nurse – Medical Surgical
  • Albany, New York – 12208
  • 12 D,
  • July 1, 2024
  • 13
$1,706 to $2,231
Weekly Pay*
Ability and willingness to float to 22 different medical and surgical units. Unit assignments will be made on a shift to shift basis to best meet the needs of each of these units.
travel
Registered Nurse – Medical Surgical
  • Albany, New York – 12208
  • 10 D,
  • August 11, 2024
  • 13
$1,824 to $2,011
Weekly Pay*
We do complex Neuro cases, vascular, trauma, OB/GYN, Urology, ENT, Ortho, GI, Endoscopy, nerve blocks, spinal/epidural
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Highest Paying Jobs in Oklahoma City, OK

AMN Healthcare currently has 21 travel Medical Surgical positions available in Oklahoma City.
travel Compact State
Registered Nurse – Medical Surgical
  • Oklahoma City, Oklahoma – 73104
  • 12 D,
  • June 17, 2024
  • 13
$1,736 to $1,913
Weekly Pay*
This outstanding unit is looking for the right RN to join their team of compassionate and driven health care professionals. Join this highly motivated team of caregivers and enjoy a challenging and welcoming environment based on optimal patient care.
travel Compact State
Registered Nurse – Medical Surgical
  • Oklahoma City, Oklahoma – 73104
  • 12 D,
  • June 17, 2024
  • 13
$1,736 to $1,913
Weekly Pay*
This outstanding unit is looking for the right RN to join their team of compassionate and driven health care professionals. Join this highly motivated team of caregivers and enjoy a challenging and welcoming environment based on optimal patient care.
travel Compact State
Registered Nurse – Medical Surgical
  • Oklahoma City, Oklahoma – 73104
  • 12 D,
  • June 17, 2024
  • 13
$1,736 to $1,913
Weekly Pay*
This outstanding unit is looking for the right RN to join their team of compassionate and driven health care professionals. Join this highly motivated team of caregivers and enjoy a challenging and welcoming environment based on optimal patient care.
travel Compact State
Registered Nurse – Medical Surgical
  • Oklahoma City, Oklahoma – 73104
  • 12 D,
  • June 17, 2024
  • 13
$1,736 to $1,913
Weekly Pay*
This outstanding unit is looking for the right RN to join their team of compassionate and driven health care professionals. Join this highly motivated team of caregivers and enjoy a challenging and welcoming environment based on optimal patient care.
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Highest Paying Jobs in Nashville, TN

AMN Healthcare currently has 19 travel Medical Surgical positions available in Nashville.
travel Compact State
Registered Nurse – Medical Surgical
  • Nashville, Tennessee – 37207
  • 12 N,
  • July 15, 2024
  • 13
$1,494 to $1,647
Weekly Pay*
200 bed Level 2 Trauma center Medical Surgical (MS) unit boasts the latest in advanced technology housed within a caring and effective patient care model. A new MS RN team member is needed to round out the care model. This position presents a great opportunity to learn the latest technologies while providing excellent care within a passionate team environment!
travel Compact State
Registered Nurse – Medical Surgical
  • Nashville, Tennessee – 37203
  • 12 N,
  • July 1, 2024
  • 13
$1,494 to $1,647
Weekly Pay*
Surgical unit, based in Nashville, is looking for the right RN to join their team. 36 beds with 1:5 staffing. 686-bed comprehensive facility on a 43-acre campus. Music City offers art, music, beer and food festivals, Tennessee Titans football, Nashville Predators hockey, and a variety of college sports. Music takes center stage with events like the Americana Music Festival, Full Moon Pickin’ Parties, and Musicians Corner. Area events include The Music City Food + Wine Festival, Country Music Association Awards followed by the CMA Country Christmas taping later in the week.
travel Compact State
Registered Nurse – Medical Surgical
  • Nashville, Tennessee – 37203
  • 12 N,
  • July 1, 2024
  • 13
$1,494 to $1,647
Weekly Pay*
RN needed for 686-bed facility on a 43-acre campus. Meditech charting Music City offers art, music, beer and food festivals, Tennessee Titans football, Nashville Predators hockey, and a variety of college sports. Music takes center stage with events like the Americana Music Festival, Full Moon Pickin’ Parties, and Musicians Corner. Area events include The Music City Food + Wine Festival, Country Music Association Awards followed by the CMA Country Christmas taping later in the week.
travel Compact State
Registered Nurse – Medical Surgical
  • Nashville, Tennessee – 37203
  • 12 N,
  • July 1, 2024
  • 13
$1,494 to $1,647
Weekly Pay*
This position presents an opportunity to join an elite team of passionate physicians and nurses within the Medical Surgical (MS) unit. This unit sees a wide variety of conditions including endocrine, wound care, neurology and gerontology as well as patients undergoing basic recovery care. Your expertise will be utilized for high level care within the traditional Medical Surgical unit setting. MS RN’s can expect to enhance their professional experience while providing top notch patient care to those most needing it.
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Highest Paying Jobs in Atlanta, GA

AMN Healthcare currently has 15 travel Medical Surgical positions available in Atlanta.
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Registered Nurse – Medical Surgical
  • Atlanta, Georgia – 30342
  • 12 N,
  • July 15, 2024
  • 13
$1,435 to $1,581
Weekly Pay*
Exclusive Order. Founded by the Sisters of Mercy in 1880, Emory Saint Joseph’s Hospital is Atlanta’s longest-serving hospital. Today, the 410-bed, acute-care facility is recognized as one of the top specialty-referral hospitals in the Southeast. Emory Saint Joseph’s is a leader among all Georgia hospitals and is part of the Emory Healthcare system. Our Mission Furthering the healing ministry of the Sisters of Mercy, Emory Saint Joseph’s Hospital gives tangible expression to Christ’s merciful love by providing compassionate, clinically excellent health care in the spirit of loving service to those in need, with special attention to the poor and vulnerable. Reverence for every person Commitment to those in need Integrity Caring Excellence Our History Emory Saint Joseph’s Hospital is Atlanta’s longest-serving hospital, founded by the Sisters of Mercy in 1880. Four sisters, with just 50 cents between them, opened the Atlanta Hospital – the city’s first after the Civil War. What started in a small house on Baker Street is now a 32-acre campus in north Atlanta. It was renamed Saint Joseph’s Hospital in the 1970s. Our mission is the same today as it was over 130 years ago to provide compassionate care, especially to those in need.
travel Exclusive Compact State
Registered Nurse – Medical Surgical
  • Atlanta, Georgia – 30342
  • 12 D,
  • July 22, 2024
  • 13
$1,435 to $1,581
Weekly Pay*
Exclusive Order. Founded by the Sisters of Mercy in 1880, Emory Saint Joseph’s Hospital is Atlanta’s longest-serving hospital. Today, the 410-bed, acute-care facility is recognized as one of the top specialty-referral hospitals in the Southeast. Emory Saint Joseph’s is a leader among all Georgia hospitals and is part of the Emory Healthcare system. Our Mission Furthering the healing ministry of the Sisters of Mercy, Emory Saint Joseph’s Hospital gives tangible expression to Christ’s merciful love by providing compassionate, clinically excellent health care in the spirit of loving service to those in need, with special attention to the poor and vulnerable. Reverence for every person Commitment to those in need Integrity Caring Excellence Our History Emory Saint Joseph’s Hospital is Atlanta’s longest-serving hospital, founded by the Sisters of Mercy in 1880. Four sisters, with just 50 cents between them, opened the Atlanta Hospital – the city’s first after the Civil War. What started in a small house on Baker Street is now a 32-acre campus in north Atlanta. It was renamed Saint Joseph’s Hospital in the 1970s. Our mission is the same today as it was over 130 years ago to provide compassionate care, especially to those in need.
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Registered Nurse – Medical Surgical
  • Atlanta, Georgia – 30308
  • 12 N,
  • July 22, 2024
  • 13
$1,435 to $1,581
Weekly Pay*
Welcome to Emory University Hospital Midtown, formerly known as Emory Crawford Long Hospital. At Emory’s Midtown hospital, some of the world’s top specialists are advancing medicine every day. We have more than 1200 Emory Clinic and 440 private-practice physicians spanning 28 specialties. Our physicians work collaboratively to provide comprehensive care and quality outcomes for our patients and their families. Our Mission To care for patients and their families with concern not only for their illnesses, but also for their mental, emotional and spiritual well-being. Our History Our history dates back to 1908, when two physicians, Dr. Edward Campbell Davis and a former student of his, Dr. Luther C. Fischer, opened the 26-bed Davis-Fischer Sanatorium on Crew Street, near present-day Turner Field. With just 26 beds, the hospital quickly outgrew its capacity and by 1911, Davis and Fischer moved the hospital to its present site, opening an 85-bed Davis-Fischer Sanatorium on Linden Avenue. In 1931, the hospital was renamed Crawford W. Long Memorial Hospital in honor of Dr. Crawford W. Long, the Georgia physician who discovered sulfuric ether for use as an anesthetic. Visitors to the hospital’s museum may see some of Dr. Long’s personal artifacts and medical memorabilia from the hospital’s early days. Emory Crawford Long Hospital was renamed “Emory University Hospital Midtown”, effective February 13, 2009. However, as part of Emory’s commitment to honor a more than 100-year history of the original name, ‘Crawford W. Long Memorial Hospital’ is retained on exterior monuments. Today, Emory University Hospital Midtown has more than 1,200 Emory Clinic and 440 private practice physicians spanning 28 specialties. Emory University Hospital Midtown physicians work collaboratively to provide comprehensive care and quality outcomes for our patients and their families. From a 26-bed sanatorium to a tertiary care facility with more than 531 beds, Emory University Hospital Midtown has a rich heritage. For more than 100 years, our full-service hospital has established a solid foundation for outstanding quality health care and medical integrity for Atlantans and the Southeast.
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Registered Nurse – Medical Surgical
  • Atlanta, Georgia – 30342
  • 12 N,
  • July 22, 2024
  • 13
$1,435 to $1,581
Weekly Pay*
Exclusive Order. Founded by the Sisters of Mercy in 1880, Emory Saint Joseph’s Hospital is Atlanta’s longest-serving hospital. Today, the 410-bed, acute-care facility is recognized as one of the top specialty-referral hospitals in the Southeast. Emory Saint Joseph’s is a leader among all Georgia hospitals and is part of the Emory Healthcare system. Our Mission Furthering the healing ministry of the Sisters of Mercy, Emory Saint Joseph’s Hospital gives tangible expression to Christ’s merciful love by providing compassionate, clinically excellent health care in the spirit of loving service to those in need, with special attention to the poor and vulnerable. Reverence for every person Commitment to those in need Integrity Caring Excellence Our History Emory Saint Joseph’s Hospital is Atlanta’s longest-serving hospital, founded by the Sisters of Mercy in 1880. Four sisters, with just 50 cents between them, opened the Atlanta Hospital – the city’s first after the Civil War. What started in a small house on Baker Street is now a 32-acre campus in north Atlanta. It was renamed Saint Joseph’s Hospital in the 1970s. Our mission is the same today as it was over 130 years ago to provide compassionate care, especially to those in need.
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