ICU Nurses needed at a community hospital in Honolulu, HI. Start September 22nd. 36 hours /week Day/Night Rotation. EPIC REQUIRED. Must have 2- yrs of ICU RN experience. BLS and ACLS certification must be valid for the duration of the assignment.
Traveler must arrive in Honolulu no later than Sunday (9/13) to begin 14-day Hawaii State mandated quarantine. Hospital will pay for 1 week of quarantine period (beginning 9/22/2020)Vacations/Time-off will not be granted.
DURATION: 16 weeks
- Evaluate and monitor the patient’s progress.
- Identify sudden or subtle changes in a patient’s medical condition.
- Deliver regular updates to doctors, patients, and their family members.
- Begin treatment and monitor doses.
- If necessary, respond to a medical emergency and alert the appropriate doctors.
- Care for patient needs throughout their recovery in the ICU unit.
- Complete all necessary paperwork before transferring a patient.
- Maintain patient records.
- Create and implement effective care plans.
$2789/Weekly Gross: $1044/Week Taxable ($29/hr), $1745/Week Tax Free Stipends, Up to $600 for Travel Reimbursement Included. 53.5 cents per mile up to $300 each way. Paid out 2nd pay check and last pay check. Mileage calculated based on permanent address to facility address. $15/hr for Orientation.
Wayman worked with the District of Columbia Hospital Association while pursuing an MBA in Health Services Administration; (AAAS), a science trade association promoting science education and research; in a Neurology/Communications Disorders Research Laboratory within the NIH Clinical Center; and as Personnel Manager at the Washington Center for Aging Services, a long-term care organization in Washington, DC. Here, he supported 400-500 employees during his tenure a and recruited CNAs, Department Heads, RNs/LPNs.
Today he is dedicated to assisting hospitals and healthcare systems to empower front line providers to defeat the COVID-19 pandemic, actively supporting RNs (ER, Cardiovascular, ICU), LPNs, Medical/ Surgical Specialists, Pharmacy Technicians, Pulmonologists, Respiratory Therapists, Physicians, and other healthcare professionals.