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Chronic Travel Dialysis Nurse needed for Freehold, NJ

JOB-2636587

Job Details

Specialty

RN-Dialysis

State

New Jersey

Job Description A Chronic dialysis program in the beautiful state of New Jersey is in need of an experienced dialysis nurse. Applicants should have a NJ License and at least one years of dialysis experience for this thirteen week assignment. A walking tour of downtown Freehold is like a step back in time. Many of the beautiful buildings along Main Street date back to the 1800's - even before If you ever heard the song ""My Hometown"" by Bruce Springsteen, you might wonder, where did these events take place? It's Freehold, New Jersey - the town where he grew up, the town that inspired much of the small-town America imagery of his lyrics. New Jersey is a small northeastern state with some 130 miles of Atlantic coastline. Many of its counties are considered part of the New York City metropolitan area. Jersey City, across the Hudson River from Lower Manhattan, is the site of Liberty State Park, where ferries embark for nearby Ellis Island, with its historic Immigration Museum, and the iconic Statue of Liberty. Foundation has specialized in the staffing of dialysis professionals since 1999. As a trusted leader in the industry for more than a decade, you can count on Foundation Medical Staffing to provide the level personalized service that you can depend on to meet your needs as a traveling healthcare provider. Contact a Foundation Medical Staffing consultant for more information on this and other opportunities.
Quick Facts
  • 13 Week Assignment
  • 36 Hour Guarantee
  • NJ or Compact License
  • T Machines
  • Fresenius K Machines
Benefits
  • 24-hour access to your recruiter
  • Travel allowances and paid housing
  • Coverage under our professional liability insurance
  • Medical and dental insurance

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