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American Mobile Healthcare is seeking a travel nurse RN Labor and Delivery for a travel nursing job in San Diego, California.
Job description & requirements
- Specialty: Labor and Delivery
- Discipline: RN
- Start Date: 02/20/2023
- Duration: 13 weeks
- 36 hours per week
- Shift: 12 hours, days
- Employment Type: Travel
Registered Nurse – Labor & Delivery - (LD RN)
StartDate: 02/20/2023Available Shifts: 12 D Pay Rate: $3358.19 - 3700.86
Manage labor patients, inductions, managing patient during delivery, circulating c-sections# of births per month: 140C-Sections: yesHigh Risk: yes
CA RN lic
BLS, NRP, Fetal Monitoring/AWHONN (issued within 2 years)
EPIC Charting Experience
This California city is what the Golden State is all about: miles of sun-kissed beaches, year-round idyllic weather and a patchwork playground of multi-flavored communities. Often referred to as “America’s Finest City,” this jewel on the Pacific Coast glitters with fun, sun, a mind-boggling variety of entertainment and an abundance of exhilarating outdoor adventures.
At American Mobile Healthcare we take care of our travelers! We offer:
- Competitive pay rates
- Free, quality, private housing
- Medical, Dental, Vision
- 401(k) and Flex Spending
- Life Insurance
- Accident and Short-term Disability Coverage
- Free Continuing Education
- Refer a friend and earn extra cash!
About the Company
Since its inception in 1985, American Mobile Healthcare has set the highest standards in professional recruitment for the travel healthcare industry. Our professional staffing team offers unparalleled customer service and industry commitment, as well as top pay and benefits. American Mobile Healthcare is an EEO/AA/Disability/Protected Veteran Employer. We encourage minority and female applicants to apply
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- Company provided housing options
- Medical benefits
- Dental benefits
- Continuing Education
About San Diego, CA
San Diego is a sun-and-surf lover’s paradise. With more than 70 miles of beautiful beaches, an average of 263 sunny days per year and a climate that ranges from Mediterranean to subtropical, San Diego is one of the most popular destinations in the United States. It’s home to several popular theme parks, like SeaWorld, LEGOLAND California, the world-famous San Diego Zoo and Safari Park. Decommissioned in 1992, the USS Midway aircraft carrier is now a floating museum permanently docked downtown, allowing visitors to experience firsthand what life was like aboard a United States Navy carrier. The Gaslamp Quarter is a 16½-block historic district in downtown San Diego, offering an array of dining, shopping and nightlife. The area also hosts special events throughout the year, including Mardi Gras, Street Scene Music Festival and Taste of Gaslamp.
Vivian rates working as a Travel Labor and Delivery Nurse in San Diego, CA
About American Mobile Healthcare
Get paid to travel! American Mobile Healthcare is a leader in the travel nurse staffing industry with top travel nursing jobs in all 50 states, including some exclusive jobs that are only available for to nurses that work with American Mobile. As an American Mobile travel nurse, you’ll be able to explore the country while earning great pay. We are proud to offer our travelers competitive benefits including:
- Free housing
- Medical and dental benefits from day one
- Travel reimbursement
- Bonuses and incentives
- Continuing education support
- Licensing assistance
- Team Support
Get started on your adventure with an American Mobile job. We’ll take you to new places and your career to new heights.
Cody is a great guy. I felt it took more legwork than it should have on my part, sorting out what to do with all of the shift call offs. My company provided housing was on Hollywood Blvd and the entire place smelled of old pet urine. The apt complex tried to clean the carpet, but it wasn’t salvageable. I had to move to a 2nd apt a week or 10 days after my arrival. Never again will I take company housing!
Biggest draw back: myself and a lot of others have a lot of pay issues. Their software is bad and when something goes wrong it takes a while to fix it. Im sure others have had better experiences, but I continue to have poor outcomes during and in between assignments. “Customer service” line they always tell you to call for software issues doesn’t answer sometimes. Recruiters, managers, and financial team often don’t answer to emails or phone. They bait and switch a lot of positions - especially for Kaiser. You can find a person now and then that knows how to do their job, but mostly not. I assume this means they have a fairly high attrition rate.