Critical Care Nurses Are Experts at Caring for the Sickest Patients
Critical care nurses work in a variety of intensive care units, from Medical ICU and Surgical ICU to more specialized units such as the Burn ICU or Transplant ICU.
|Critical Care Jobs||Location|
|RN CC - 13 weeks - Nights 12 $$||Manchester NH|
|RN CC - 13 weeks - Nights 12||Houston TX|
|RN CC - 13 weeks - Days 12||Houston TX|
|RN CC - 13 weeks - Eve 12||Orlando FL|
|RN CC - 13 weeks - Days 12||St. Louis MO|
|RN CC - 13 weeks - Nights 12||St. Louis MO|
|RN CC - 13 weeks - Nights 12||Shreveport LA|
|RN CC - 13 weeks - Nights 12||Brunswick ME|
|RN CC - 13 weeks - Nights 12||Edmonds WA|
|RN CC - 9 weeks - Nights 12||Lakeland FL|
|RN CC - 14 weeks - Nights 12||Richardson TX|
|RN CC - 2 weeks - Nights 12 $$||Lawrence MA|
|RN CC - 13 weeks - Nights 12||Ozark AL|
|RN CC - 13 weeks - Nights 12||Lubbock TX|
|RN CC - 13 weeks - Nights 12||Sanford FL|
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ICU nurses train to care for the patients who need the most monitoring and treatment. They are usually only assigned two to three patients, but those patients are often so ill that they need constant attention. An ICU nurse will take care of patients who are 24 hours postoperative open heart, those who have survived cardiac arrest, those who need to be intubated, and those who are on the edge of possibly losing their lives.
* indicates fast starts; $$ indicates higher than average pay in this specialty.
Indicates a Nursing Licensure Compact state. Multi-state license accepted.