Registered Nurse Job In Little Rock, Arkansas, Rmv Workforce Corp

Published 2022-08-10
Expires 2022-09-10
ID #1121186281
Registered Nurse Job In Little Rock, Arkansas, Rmv Workforce Corp
United States, Arkansas, Little Rock,
Published August 10, 2022

Job details:

Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Per annum
Occupation: Registered nurse

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Quick Start

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AR LR RN 7A Med Surg Days

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Job Description:

Med Surg unit in large hospital. Does have Covid patients on the unit.



Sub Specialty(s):

Med-surg Adult

Additional Information And Terms

Radius Rule is 75 miles to qualify as a traveler. Do not submit candidates that live within 75 miles of the facility. Please include a perm address on the profile for all submissions. Baptist On Call and Call Back policy as of 8.5.18: Call Back hours will not be deducted from On Call hours. Contract employees will be paid the entire scheduled On Call shift even if Call Back time is incurred. Baptist is requiring all agency staff to get the COVID Vaccine or provide a medical or religious exemption form. Please include this information upon submission.

Facility Information

Client Name:

Baptist Health - Arkansas

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Trauma Level:

Level 1

Facility Address:

9601 Interstate 630 Exit 7

Little Rock, AR 72205

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Shift Information:

days 7a-7p

State License Details:

Must Be Currently Active



Vacation Coverage Required:


EMR Used:


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Specialty Information

Specialty Type:


Sub Specialties:

Med-surg Adult


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Rate Type:

All Inclusive

Position Urgency:

Quick Start

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Charge Rate Differential:

+ $1.00

Shift Rate Differential:

+ N/A

Guaranteed Hours:


Overtime Type:

By The Week

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Overtime Rate:

All Inclusive Rate + $10

On Call Rate:

No Call

Call Back Minimum (Hrs):

0 Hour Minimum

Call Back Rate:


Vacation Rate:

All Inclusive Rate + $10

24Hr On Call Rate:



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No bonuses listed


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    Rmv Workforce Corp
    Registered on October 7, 2017


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    Assess patient health problems and needs, develop and implement nursing care plans, and maintain medical records. Administer nursing care to ill, injured, convalescent, or disabled patients. May advise patients on health maintenance and disease prevention or provide case management. Licensing or registration required.

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