Nursing Jobs in Canton, Kentucky

We have a wide range of nursing jobs vacant in Canton, Kentucky. Sunbelt has a range of contract types for you to choose between. Our employment options include contract, per diem, travel, permanent or direct hire positions.

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LTAC - Contract - Registered Nurse - Ohio

A facility in Cincinnati, is accepting nurses with Med Surg/Tele, Stepdown, or ICU experience for both days and night opportunities. This facility is looking for independent and confident nurses to work with their patients. They are looking for Registered Nurses from the Canton, Kentucky area to start as soon as possible in Cincinnati, Ohio.


  • Experience with- critical care IV drips, vents, chest tubes, wound vacs, feeding tubes, and central lines 
  • Ohio Registered Nurse License
  • 2 years of experience in either LTAC, ICU, Med Surg Tele or Stepdown

Contract information:

  • Day and Night Shift Opportunities
  • 12 hour shifts
  • 36 hours a week

If this sounds like an opportunity for you, please apply below! As a Joint Commission Accredited business, we take pride in helping qualified nurses find their next travel opportunity. To learn more about travel nursing, please reach out to Mackenzie Courtoy.
Mackenzie Courtoy
National Hiring Manager

Nursing - RN - Other Contract 19 days ago
Applying for: LTAC - Contract - Registered Nurse - Ohio
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