Medical Surgical Travel Nursing Jobs in Montgomery for RNs

Find Top RN Medical Surgical Travel Nursing Jobs in Montgomery, Alabama

AMN Healthcare can help you find the top MS travel nurse jobs in and around Montgomery, Alabama. We currently offer 43 of the best available nurse travel jobs in the Montgomery area. We have new jobs updating daily, so be sure to Apply Now so our specialists can make sure you get first crack. We make it easy for you to compare Montgomery’s MS nursing jobs by allowing you to filter based on salary, shift type, location or duration to find the right job for you.

As of May 1, 2024, the average Medical Surgical travel nurse working in Montgomery and surrounding areas earned about $1,737 weekly. Today you can find MS jobs with a salary range between $1,341 to $2,352 per week. The Montgomery MS travel nursing market can include hospital facilities in Montgomery proper like Encompass Rehabilitation Hospital of Montgomery and Baptist Medical Center South with more facilities in nearby areas like Prattville, Elmore and Selma to name a few.

If you have a specific start date in mind, we have a variety of options for MS travel jobs in Montgomery. The earliest start date in Montgomery is Jul 1, 2024 for a Registered Nurse – Medical Surgical role at $2,352 per week. The latest start date for an MS job in Montgomery is Jul 22, 2024 for a Registered Nurse – Medical Surgical role at $1,963 per week. You can also find other possibilities by sorting on “start date” in the list below.

There are a variety of contract lengths available for a(n) Medical Surgical travel nurse job in Montgomery including 12 weeks and 13 weeks.

Montgomery is a great location for MS travel nurses to come live, work and play! And what is a travel nurse looking for if not a great work/life balance in a fun city? Search for jobs below or apply now and our AMN Healthcare team will help get you started!

Search Top Paying Travel Registered Nurse Medical Surgical Jobs in Montgomery

AMN Healthcare currently has 43 travel Registered Nurse Medical Surgical positions available in the Montgomery, AL area. Search the most recent jobs below, or click the button below to view all jobs.

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Registered Nurse – Medical Surgical
  • Montgomery, Alabama – 36111
  • 12 N,
  • July 1, 2024
  • 13
$1,799 to $2,352
Weekly Pay*
MS Float Pool JOB DESCRIPTION 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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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
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Registered Nurse – Medical Surgical
  • Montgomery, Alabama – 36111
  • 12 N,
  • July 1, 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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Registered Nurse – Medical Surgical
  • Montgomery, Alabama – 36111
  • 12 N,
  • July 22, 2024
  • 13
$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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Statistics on MS RN Jobs in Montgomery, Alabama

Here are some helpful statistics about MS traveling nurse jobs in & near Montgomery. The data is based on the last three complete months of MS job postings in the Montgomery and nearby areas. It is updated regularly, so you can find the most recent Medical Surgical job salary trends, the types of shifts, and contract durations most commonly available in Montgomery and more. Find out more about travel nursing salaries.

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FAQs About Travel MS Nursing Jobs for RNs in Montgomery, AL

What are the top paying Medical Surgical jobs currently available in or near Montgomery?

What types of shifts are most common for MS travel jobs in Montgomery?

Based on the last 6 months of travel nurse jobs data, 12 Hour Night shifts were the most common in Montgomery and surrounding areas.

How many Medical Surgical travel nursing jobs are available in Montgomery?

There are currently 43 Medical Surgical travel nursing jobs available in Montgomery. We also get new nursing specialties jobs daily, so be sure to apply now and a recruiter will help you find the perfect fit as jobs become available.

How much does a day shift Medical Surgical nurse make on average in Montgomery and nearby cities?

A: A 12 Hour Day shift Medical Surgical nurse in Montgomery can make an average of $1,853 per week based on recent job availability.

How much does a night shift Medical Surgical nurse make on average in Montgomery and nearby cities?

A: A 12 Hour Night shift Medical Surgical nurse in Montgomery can make an average of $1,897 per week based on recent job availability data.

What hospitals and healthcare facilities have Medical Surgical staff in or near Montgomery?

  • Aspen Dental – Enterprise, AL #3139 in Enterprise (77.4 miles from Montgomery)
  • Breast Health Center in Auburn (49 miles from Montgomery)
  • Jack Hughston Memorial Hospital in Phenix City (75.9 miles from Montgomery)
  • Andalusia Regional Hospital in Andalusia (74.8 miles from Montgomery)
  • Monroe County Hospital in Monroeville (84.7 miles from Montgomery)

How much does an Medical Surgical travel nurse make on average in Montgomery?

A Medical Surgical nurse in Montgomery can make an average of $1,869 per week.

Locating Medical Surgical Travel Nursing Jobs in Montgomery

In Montgomery, facilities like Aspen Dental – Enterprise, AL #3139, Breast Health Center and Jack Hughston Memorial Hospital, all offer MS departments. It’s a great city to work in and nearby to neighborhoods like Jamestown Colony (zip code 36330), Brown Subdivision (zip code 36330) and Williams Subdivision (zip code 36330) neighborhoods.

Other popular cities near Montgomery’s MS job opportunities are Prattville (11.5 miles), Elmore (11.9 miles) and Selma (42.2 miles). These are near to zip codes: 36109 (3.5 miles), 36067 (11.1 miles) and 36701 (44.3 miles).

Montgomery Hospitals With MS Departments

There are 5 hospitals & healthcare facilities that have MS nurses in Montgomery. Sometimes it is useful to see what types of shifts, contract durations, and travel nurse housing in nearby neighborhoods each facility might offer in order to find the right opportunity for your next traveling MS nurse position in or nearby Montgomery.

Baptist Medical Center East
Shifts
12 D and 12 N
Job Durations
13
Departments
Intensive Care Unit Medical Surgical
Address
400 Taylor Rd
Montgomery, AL 36117
Nearby Neighborhoods
Landmarks (36117), Halcyon (36117), Eastwood Farms (36117), Arrowhead (36117), Montgomery East (36117)
Baptist Medical Center South
Shifts
12 D, 12 E, and 12 N
Job Durations
13
Address
2105 E. SOUTH BLVD.
Montgomery, AL 36111
Nearby Neighborhoods
Powelldale (36111), Elsmeade (36111), Gay Meadows (36111), Druid Hills (36103), Seth Johnson Estates (36105)
Encompass Rehabilitation Hospital of Montgomery
Shifts
8 E, 12 D, 12 E, and 12 N
Job Durations
13, 2, 7, and 8
Departments
Medical Surgical Rehabilitation
Address
4465 Narrow Lane Road, NULL
Montgomery, AL 36116
Nearby Neighborhoods
Seth Johnson Estates (36105), Elsmeade (36111), Sunshine Acres (36105), Powelldale (36111), Druid Hills (36103)
Prattville Baptist Hospital
Shifts
12 D, 12 E, and 12 N
Job Durations
12 and 13
Address
124 S Memorial Dr
Prattville, AL 36067
Nearby Neighborhoods
Prattmont (36068), Woodland Heights (36068), Willowbrook (36068), Hunting Ridge (36068), Overlook (36068)
Vaughan Regional Medical Center
Shifts
8 D, 12 D, and 12 N
Job Durations
9, 13, and 26
Address
1015 Medical Center Parkway, NULL
Selma, AL 36701
Nearby Neighborhoods
Sunset Mill Village (36702)

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