Location: Nashville, TN

Nashville, TN-Corrections Registered Nurse (RN) Travel

There is an opportunity available in Nashville, TN for a Registered Nurse (RN) in a local prison. Please see job details and requirements prior to applying for this position. 

Job Details
This facility is a maximum-security prison in Nashville, TN. This facility is equipped with three nursing units, as well as a secure community hospital to provide inpatient and outpatient care. Inmates include those requiring mental health intervention, those recovering from serious illness or surgery, inmates with long-term medical needs, and inmates whose treatment regimen is not manageable at other Department of Corrections facilities. 

The hired Registered Nurse (RN) will be responsible to administer both routine and emergency medical care, and they treat acute and chronic illnesses, as well as injuries. Correctional nurses are responsible for the routine health care of inmates with certain pre-existing medical conditions.

Job Requirements:

  • Must be comfortable working in a maximum security prison. 
  • Active TN Registered Nurse (RN) License or Compact
  • Active BLS/SCLS (AHA)
  • Must have a minimum year of experience in any discipline.
  • Must be comfortable floating to different units. 

Job Hours: 

  • Nightshift/6p-7a
  • Full-Time/37.5 hours per week
  • 6 Month Contract

Apply for this position or contact:

Lindsay Schuman
National Healthcare Consultant
lindsay.schuman@sunbeltstaffing.com
813-343-2217

 


 

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