Formally Stat Staff Professionals
--- Position and Specialty ---CNA (all)CNA: LTCLPN (all)LPN: GeneralLPN: HospiceLPN: LTCNursing Supervisor (all)Nursing Supervisor: InpatientNursing Supervisor: LTCRN (all)RN: Case ManagerRN: Cath LabRN: CVORRN: ERRN: High ObservationRN: ICURN: L&DRN: LTCRN: Med SurgRN: MS/TeleRN: ORRN: PACURN: PCU/SCURN: Primary CareRN: PsychiatricRRT (all)Technician (all)Technician: CVITechnician: Lab TechnicianTechnician: ORTechnician: Sterile ProcessingTechnician: UltrasoundTechnologist (all)Technologist: CTTechnologist: MedicalTechnologist: MRITechnologist: Nuclear MedTechnologist: Radiologic
--- City and State ---KS (all)KS: BellevilleMO (all)MO: NevadaNY (all)NY: AmsterdamNY: AuburnNY: CarthageNY: CobleskillNY: CooperstownNY: Glens FallsNY: GloversvilleNY: HudsonNY: OgdensburgNY: OneontaNY: OswegoNY: RomeNY: Saratoga SpringsNY: UticaTX (all)TX: Corpus ChristieTX: OdessaUT (all)UT: Provo
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in Oneonta, NY06/28/2021 To 09/25/2021
Contract Type: Contract
Number of Weeks: 13
A facility in Oneonta, NY is looking for a Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) for nursing home. New York State (NYS) certification and Basic Life Support (BLS) required.
Oneonta, NY is known as the City of the Hills, which is an appropriate nick name given the word Oneonta means open rocks in the Mohawk language. This city was originally built around the Delaware and Hudson Railroad where it served as a hub for the railroad industry up until the 1950s. Since then, Oneonta has been centered around the local colleges and hospitals, livening up the city and introducing diverse culture.
The city is a short distance from Cooperstown which is widely considered the birthing place of modern baseball. This reputation is shared in Oneonta, the home to Damashke Field which fostered many minor league and collegiate baseball teams over the years.
If baseball isnt your thing, the city offers lots in the way of night life, nature, hiking and shopping. Theres something for everyone in Oneonta, whether you prefer walking the streets and gazing at storefronts or you prefer a walk in the public parks with the squirrels and the birds. It is a growing city with lots of opportunity that always manages to hold on to its small-town feel; making it a great place for an extended stay.
in Carthage, NY06/21/2021 To 09/18/2021
A facility in Carthage, NY is looking for a Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) for their Nursing Home. The Caregiver must have at least 1 year of experience in Med Surg or Long Term Care. Basic Life Support (BLS) required. Primary role for LPN is medication assistance.
Carthage is located along the southern border of the Town of Wilna and is just east of Watertown
perfect for a day trip!
If you're a history buff, look no further. The State Street Historic district in Carthage consists of 29 buildings, representing intact late nineteenth century architecture. In addition to this, the village is home to several fine art galleries, and is just a short drive to the Sackets Harbor Historical Society Museum.
If you are more on the adventurous side, visit Whitewater Challengers for a fun-filled day of whitewater rafting on the Hudson River. The village is also near quite a few wildlife parks including Jumping Jungle, Adirondack Animal Land, Hidden Velley Animal Adventure, and more!
There are plenty of places to grab a bite to eat in Carthage. Head over to the Whistle Stop Tavern for some delicious pub fare. Stay entertained the with the taverns pool tables, dart board, shuffleboard and karaoke nights! Stefanos Pizzeria & Restaurant, Josie OConnors and The Church Street Diner are some other, highly rated dining options awaiting you in Carthage.
in Gloversville, NYStart: ASAP
A facility in Gloversville, NY is looking for a Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) . Must have prior experience. Must be licensed in New York. Must understand that they will be doing resident care like a CNA.
The city of Gloversville, NY was built on the foundation of the glove industry in the 1700's and grew exponentially ever since. It is a source for all your needs, from shopping and entertainment, to great food and other desirable amenities. Conveniently located only a short drive from the Adirondacks there are plenty of options for sightseeing. If you are looking to support local residents and try some great food, take a trip to one of the town's many Farmer's Markets. If you are looking for things to do, head over to the Glove Theatre and catch a play or visit the theatre history museum. If the sun's out and you'd prefer to explore the outdoors, take a trip over to one of the man public parks throughout the city and go for a walk or kick back and read a book; the possibilities are endless! On the weekend, head over to Adirondack Animal Land to check out their wider range of exhibits from giraffes, zebras, camels, and even endangered species. The unique, culture-filled city of Gloversville is bustling with indoor and outdoor activities year-round.
in Hudson, NYStart: ASAP
A facility in Hudson, NY is looking for a clinical float Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN). Basic Life Support (BLS) and travel to clinics will be required, average distance from the main location is 20 miles. Varied day shifts and may include some weekends, 36 hours guaranteed. Travel experience preferred. MUST BE ABLE TO START ASAP!The facility itself is located just south of Albany, NY in the city of Hudson, aptly named due to being settled along the Hudson River. The city is small but loaded with things to do and places to eat. Warren Street, running down the middle of the city, has boutiques and eateries for all tastes and styles. Located just one street over on Columbia Street, the Time and Space theater screens independent films, hosts plays and restores/promotes creativity in the community. Stop by, open your mind and admire the arts! Shopping convenience just outside of the city offers a variety of department stores to fulfill your needs. There are also fast food restaurants and convenience stores to grab a quick bite or that last minute household item. Hudson is a small city with lots of charm. It warmly welcomes visitors and ushers prospective residents with open arms making it a nice place to call home.