Endoscopy Nurse Career Guide

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An Endoscopy Registered Nurse (RN) plays a crucial role in providing specialized care to patients undergoing endoscopic procedures. These procedures involve the use of a flexible tube with a camera to visualize and diagnose conditions within the body. Endoscopy RNs work in hospitals, ambulatory surgical centers, and specialized endoscopy units. Their primary responsibilities include assisting with endoscopic procedures,


To become an Endoscopy RN, individuals must first obtain a nursing degree. Typically, this requires completing a Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) program or an Associate Degree in Nursing (ADN) program. The length of study for a BSN program is approximately four years, while an ADN program takes around two to three years. After graduation,


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Related certifications

To qualify for a position as an Endoscopy RN, candidates must possess an active RN license. Many employers prefer candidates with experience in endoscopy or a related field, such as gastroenterology or critical care. Obtaining certification in gastroenterology nursing, such as the Certified Gastroenterology Registered Nurse (CGRN) credential, is highly valued and can enhance job prospects. Some employers

State licenses process and requirements

All 50 states require state licensure to become a professional nurse. Review the step-by-step process to obtain or renew your RN license in each one.
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Staff and Travel Endoscopy RNs need a combination of knowledge, hard and soft skills, and abilities to succeed in their specialty. They require in-depth knowledge of endoscopy procedures, equipment, and sterile techniques. Proficiency in administering conscious sedation and monitoring patients' vital signs is essential. Strong assessment skills are necessary to monitor patients' condition and identify potential complications. Excellent

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The responsibilities of an Endoscopy RN include preparing patients for endoscopic procedures, administering sedation, monitoring patients' vital signs and comfort during the procedure, assisting physicians, documenting patient information and procedure details, providing patient education, and ensuring the cleanliness and functionality of endoscopy equipment. They play a critical role in ensuring patient safety, comfort, and well-being throughout the endoscopy process.

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The average salary for a Endoscopy Nurse is $2,426.98 per week.

Last updated on September 29, 2023. Based on active jobs on Vivian.com.

Pros & Cons


Becoming an Endoscopy RN offers several benefits. Firstly, it provides an opportunity to work in a specialized area of nursing that focuses on diagnostic and therapeutic procedures. Endoscopy RNs have continuous learning opportunities and exposure to advancements in endoscopy techniques and equipment. Collaboration with a diverse healthcare team, including physicians and other specialists, is another rewarding aspect of this career.

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View job details for Bakersfield, CATravel ContractBakersfield, CATravel Nurse RN - EndoscopyMedical Solutions$4,108/wkEstimated pay package
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View job details for Mountain View, CATravel ContractMountain View, CATravel Nurse RN - EndoscopyMedical Solutions$3,661/wkEstimated pay package
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View job details for Nome, AKTravel ContractNome, AKTravel Nurse RN - EndoscopyMedical Solutions$3,510/wk
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View job details for Redding, CATravel ContractRedding, CATravel Nurse RN - EndoscopyMedical Solutions$3,331/wkEstimated pay package
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