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Telemetry nurses are the ultimate when it comes to being flexible on the job and monitoring crucial patient vitals! In fact, demand remains consistently high for tele nurses because it’s such an important and highly specialized role. This means that there’s an abundance of well-paying tele travel nursing jobs in exciting locations nationwide! If you’re a tele RN, tele CNA, tele LPN/LVN, or work another telemetry-related role, read on to learn more and explore nationwide tele job opportunities for travel nurses and travel allied health professionals.
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Frequently Asked Questions
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Everything About Tele Nursing
Telemetry Nurses are in high demand across the country.
A career in tele travel nursing is a great way for you to avoid nurse burnout — the job is still very demanding, but the variety of locations and facilities can help keep you fresh and motivated. It’s also a great way to sharpen your skills, gain crucial experience, and improve your resume.
To be successful working in tele you must be highly adaptable, have sharp analytical and critical thinking skills, be a great team player, work well in a fast-paced environment, and able to monitor and assess patients at a high level.
Telemetry units typically take in patients transferred from intensive care units and cardiac care units. Telemetry nurses are pros at using technology to monitor and interpret cardiac rhythms and vitals for patients who are acutely or critically ill. This means a lot of setting up and reading electrocardiograms, but also having the skills to swiftly identify and irregularities and to intervene quickly if a patient needs emergency assistance, cardiac intervention methods, or other treatment. In addition to heart activity, tele teams are also constantly monitoring blood pressure, breathing patterns, and blood oxygen saturation.
Tele nurses and other tele professionals most often work in a hospital setting but can also work in long-term care facilities, outpatient surgery centers, and even home health. Their ultimate goal is to successfully monitor patients and avoid any catastrophic turns in a patient’s health.
Who Works in Tele?
A wide range of healthcare professionals work in the telemetry unit. Tele unit team members can include telemetry RNs, telemetry techs, telemetry CNAs, telemetry LPNs/LVNs, cardiologists, cardiac surgeons, dieticians, nursing assistants, physicians/hospitalists, pharmacists, clinical psychologists, administrative staff, and social workers/case managers.
Who’s Treated in Tele?
Patients treated in the telemetry unit are in need of constant monitoring and many of them are facing cardiovascular-related issues. Such issues can include heart attacks, strokes, heart disease, high blood pressure, chest pains, arrythmias, COPD, electrolyte imbalances, renal failure, cancer, or recovery from procedures like coronary bypass surgeries or stent placements. In other cases, tele patients can also be monitored for sleep studies or neurological concerns.
Quick Tele Facts
- Commonly required tele RN education: Associate Degree in Nursing (ADN) and/or Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN), plus passing the National Council Licensure Examination (NCLEX)
- Commonly required tele certifications: Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support (ACLS), Basic Life Support (BLS), National Institutes of Health Stroke Scale (NIHSS)
- Commonly preferred tele certifications: Crisis Prevention Intervention (CPI), Neonatal Resuscitation Program (NRP), Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS) or Emergency Nursing Pediatric Course (ENPC), Trauma Nursing Core Course (TNCC)
- Commonly required experience to become a travel tele RN: Facilities typically require a minimum of one to two years of recent, in-hospital experience in order to hire you as an tele travel nurse. You’ll want the benefit of experience since travel nurses have to hit the ground running!
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Why Work With Medical Solutions?
- We have great travel nursing jobs for Tele Nurses nationwide
- We offer competitive pay and benefits for RNs
- Our Recruiters specialize in helping Telemetry RNs earn more & explore
- We offer free, private, and furnished housing
- We offer travel reimbursements
- Travel & housing is handled by our in-house specialists
- We provide 24/7 contact and support