Pacu Jobs in New Mexico
PACU nurses monitor post-op patients who are recovering from surgical procedures. They oversee vital signs, change bandages, administer necessary medications, and assess overall recovery. Many travelers enjoy their assignments in this state. As a travel RN in New Mexico, make sure you visit the art galleries on Canyon Road in Santa Fe and see the ancient petroglyphs in Albuquerque.
This is a compact state. Multi-state license accepted.
|Pacu Jobs||Location-New Mexico|
|RN PACU - 13 weeks - Nights 8||Espanola NM|
|RN PACU - 13 weeks - Days 8||Santa Fe NM|
|RN PACU - 13 weeks - Nights 8||Rio Rancho NM|
|RN PACU - 13 weeks - Nights 8||Las Cruces NM|
|RN PACU - 13 weeks - Nights 8||Hobbs NM|
|RN PACU - 13 weeks - Days 12||Northern New Mexico Area NM|
|RN PACU - 13 weeks - Nights 8||Roswell NM|
|RN PACU - 13 weeks - Days 8||Las Cruces NM|
Travel RNs in New Mexico enjoy beautiful desert scenery, history-rich towns, a variety of weather to suit many preferences, and opportunities for great pay and a rewarding career. In New Mexico, travel RNs find an enchanting land filled with cactuses, pueblos, wild mustangs, and art galleries. Those working in New Mexico are delighted daily by Native American culture and small-town hospitality.
* indicates fast starts; $$ indicates higher than average pay in this specialty.