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Travel ONCOLOGY RN in Racine, WI

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Racine, WI
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ONCOLOGY RN needed in Racine, WI - The key priority for the Oncology Nurse is to deliver care for patients who are diagnosed with various stages of cancer. Oncology RNs also assist patients that have a increased risk of getting the disease, and provide their patients with preventative methods.
As an Oncology RN your duties consist of:

Offering sympathy to patients while educating them on their condition.
Administering chemotherapy and other important medications to the patient.
Monitoring the patients physical and mental health and documenting their progress.

One year of experience as a Oncology RN within the past two years.

Active Nursing License in good standing.
Current BLS from American Heart Association.
Must pass pre-employment drug screen.

Weekly Pay, Direct Deposit, Dental Insurance, Life Insurance, Medical Insurance, AFLAC, Referral Bonus, Renewal Bonus, 401-K, Joint Commission Certified,

Traveling to Racine, WI

The Milwaukee County Zoo is a great stop for families or just animal-lovers in general. Featuring an exotic array of the most charming creatures, this zoo is certainly among the best of establishments to investigate. Bring your camera along and capture images of the gorgeous striped tigers or the colorful rainforest frogs. Youll want to make a point to see the zoos latest pride as well - two adorable little golden lion tamarins that joined the family of now seven. Their bright sunny fur and hypnotizing onyx eyes are lovely enough to engage visitors of all ages and backgrounds.

When youre looking to relax in an easygoing, friendly environment, theres an endless number of cafs you can rest up in. If youre in the mood for a comfortable sit-back session and people-watching, you might try the Brewed Caf on Brady. This site offers a splendid take-it-all-in atmosphere and is a pleasant spot for those with a creative streak to spend free time. Alterra at the Lake is a perfect location for lounging, with a spectacular view, delicious food, and sometimes live music.
Trocadero is a great caf/bar offering live music as well, and you can get a nice feeling of diversity too when you see featured reading material in different languages.

The Milwaukee Art Museum is a choice destination featuring remarkable artwork as well as stunning architecture and vivid greenery. You can make a plan to see exhibits such as the ongoing Sensory Overload or the newer Remains: Contemporary Artists and the Material Past (ending June 7). It is also a fantastic place to take the family, and can give kids the perfect hands-on experience they need for a boost in cultural growth. After all, here you will find thought-provoking paintings and strange contraptions from long ago - an admirable setting for the ultimate educational experience.

Historical Milwaukee, Inc. can also provide you with an assortment of tours and events designed to let you in on the secrets of the city. Take a walk on the weekly Skywaukee, which presents tourists with the innovative notion of exploring the past through modern means. You can also ride through the city and perceive enormous buildings blessed with profound design and a great deal of history through the bus tour system. An abundance of information and speculation calls to a myriad of explorers and could very well leave you with plenty to mull over long after your guide has stopped speaking.

At the
Marcus Center for the Performing Arts, you can enjoy enlivening music and inventive plays. The Milwaukee Symphony Orchestras In The Season of Spring begins March 13th at Uihlein Hall; once again, this group is expected to grab a hold of the audience and never let go. Children will enjoy weekends here, with the latest performance being a classic favorite, The Neverending Story. The popular Broadway show, A Bronx Tale, is also scheduled for performance here during the end of March, and would serve as a wonderful experience for you and your friends.

There are plenty of opportunities for a pleasurable and immersive episode in the city of Milwaukee. If you want in on the action like countless other travelers, then a nursing job in Milwaukee, Wisconsin is exactly where you want to be.


One year of experience as a Oncology RN within the past two years. Active Nursing License in good standing. Current BLS from American Heart Association. Must pass pre-employment drug screen.
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