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Travel Nurse RN - CCU - Coronary Care
Hartford, CT
HumanEdge Travel Nursing and Allied Health
5x8 hrs



  • Start DateASAP
  • Shift Breakdown5x8 hrs
  • Duration13 weeks


Estimated total pay


Seeking an energetic Cardiac  ICU RN to come joint our team today. We have exciting, Great Paying opportunities across the U.S.! Both Local and Travel candidates are welcome to apply. Contract position to start ASAP 13 weeks with option to extend 12 hr shifts.  Day Shift! 

  • Two years of experience in a hospital setting
  • Degree from an accredited Registered Nursing program
  • RN license in the state of practice
  • Valid BLS (ACLS and PALS certification required for some positions)
  • Cardiac ICU experience
  • Excellent telemetry skills 

Excellent pay tailored to your needs • Referral bonus program • Weekly direct deposit • Comprehensive benefits package • Low cost Medical, Dental and Vision insurance • Travel reimbursement • 401K options • 24/7 support before, during and after your assignment • CEU reimbursements • Licensure reimbursement 

HumanEdge Travel Nursing and Allied Health Job ID #309499. Pay package is based on 8 hour shifts and 40 hours per week (subject to confirmation) with tax-free stipend amount to be determined. Posted job title: RN CCU - Coronary Care.


HumanEdge Travel Nursing and Allied Health

5.0rating(6 reviews)

Absolute Pleasure Working with Fiona at HumanEdge!

I couldn't have asked for a better travel nursing/agency experience than what I encountered with HumanEdge Allied Health. My recruiter, Fiona McKee has been absolutely incredible to work with. She is responsive, professional, courteous, KIND, and truly a joy of a person. She is respectful of my wishes, reached out to facilities on my behalf, fought for me, provided me with any additional information I needed (or directed me to the correct person), and is generally interested in my happiness and well-being, both personally and professionally. She made my experience as a travel nurse EASY (and totally enjoyable), which is a godsend for me as a current PhD student during all this change. If I wasn't moving forward in my career to Nursing Leadership I would be staying longer with HumanEdge and Fiona! Thank you so much, Fiona, for a wonderful experience!!

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Devon C
PACU - Post Anesthesia Care (RN)
Review of Fiona McKee on Jan 17, 2024
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About Hartford, CT

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Cost of Living
  • The cost of living in Hartford, CT, is slightly higher than the national average.
  • However, wages generally match up with the cost of living, providing a comfortable standard of living for residents.
  • The average high in summer is around 83°F, and the average low in winter is around 18°F, offering a true four-season experience.
Furnished Housing
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  • Hartford is car-friendly, with good road infrastructure.
  • Public transportation options include buses and a commuter rail line connecting to nearby cities.
  • Hartford has a diverse population with a wide age range.
  • Common health issues may include allergies and asthma due to seasonal changes.
  • There is a significant population of travel nurses due to the presence of multiple healthcare facilities.
Things to Do
  • Hartford offers a variety of activities including a vibrant restaurant scene, art museums, music venues, and sports events.
  • Outdoor enthusiasts can enjoy hiking, biking, and skiing in the nearby areas.
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