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Learn Why Nurses & CNAs Love Working in the Peach State
Nursa™ is the per diem mobile app used by registered nurses (RNs), licensed practical nurses (LPNs), and certified nursing assistants (CNAs) across the nation. We’re connected to medical facilities of all types of settings in Georgia to bring you PRN nursing jobs at high-paying rates with ease. The entire process from searching for RN, LPN, and CNA jobs near you to applying for and accepting said jobs can be done on your phone.
PRN is the medical abbreviation for working as needed or on-demand. If you’re a clinician but have never considered working PRN, read our in-depth post, “Advance Your Nursing Career by Picking Up PRN RN Jobs Nearby“. The benefits of working per diem in CNA, LPN, or RN jobs in Georgia may surprise you.
Why Georgians Love Georgia
When our clinicians aren’t busy working their jobs in the state of Georgia, there are all sorts of things they can do in their free time. From the state’s beautiful wild beaches southeast on the Atlantic Coast to the unapologetic beauty found exploring the Chattahoochee National Forest in the north, the great outdoors is just one of many opportunities for entertainment and pleasure to be found in the Peach State. Doesn’t hurt at all that the winter months are pretty mild here comparatively thereby making the outdoor activities available practically the whole year.
Common outdoor activities include:
- Mountain Biking
- Whitewater Rafting
- Civil War Sites
Big city Atlanta provides serious professional sports entertainment year-round be it football, basketball, or baseball. But that’s not all there is to do, of course. The BeltLine is quickly becoming one of Atlanta’s greatest public features. It’s a loop of walking and biking paths that will ultimately circle the entire city. While it’s not quite finished, its current status is astonishingly successful. Its paths connect residents with neighborhood events, public art, excellent eating options, trendy pubs, and drinking patios, and of course trendy boutiques and markets for retail therapy. Explore Atlanta through the BeltLine one neighborhood at a time, or find a favorite spot and keep going back.
Download Our App and Find Jobs Near You Available in Real-Time
On our platform, we have hundreds of job postings near you and available now. Download our application to your smartphone and get registered. Create your very own digital professional portfolio where you can securely store your license, certifications, and compliance documents.
Browse our jobs and when you’re ready to apply you’ll be able to send all your qualifications and certifications securely directly to the facility. Everything can be done within our streamlined app, making the entire process easier for you. You choose where to work. And you choose when to work.
Nursa™ Helps Perioperative Nurses Find Open PRN Shifts
The role of perioperative nurses (operating room nurses) is vital to the success of surgeries in hospitals and surgical centers. These facilities use Nursa™ to fill employment gaps for shifts and call-ins to avoid canceling or delaying necessary and sometimes emergency surgeries.
Some of the highest-paying RN jobs available are in the perioperative (OR) nursing specialty. Surgical teams require skilled perioperative nurses to assist during surgeries on the grounds that their role is so imperative and as such are in high demand. PRN shifts for the Operating Room are often some of the highest paying on Nursa™.
Where Do Perioperative Nurses Work?
OR nurses work wherever surgeries either major or minor are performed. This translates to a wide range of settings including in teaching hospitals, ambulatory or outpatient surgical units, children’s hospitals, advanced trauma centers, and even doctors’ offices.
What Does an OR Nurse Do?
OR nurses have a number of responsibilities however they are all focused upon one event: surgery. An OR nurse will assess and coordinate patient care prior to the surgery, they will assist the surgeons throughout the surgery. In addition, they carry the responsibility of preserving the integrity of a sterile operating room and monitor the patient’s vital signs throughout the operation. Moreover, they often liaison between the family and the surgical team and typically educate the patient and their family about aftercare when they go home.
Recommended Certifications for the Operating Room
To show hospitals, medical centers, and surgeons your dedication to the specialty, these certifications can boost your professional portfolio on our Nursa™ platform. Some of these certifications aren’t available until after you’ve gained some experience, while others will be a requirement.
- Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS)
- Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS)
- Basic Life Support (BLS)
- Certified Nurse Operating Room (CNOR)
- Certified Surgical Services Manager (CSSM)
- Certified Registered Nurse First Assistant (CRNFA)
Key Characteristics of a Successful Perioperative Nurse
Interacting with clinicians of multiple disciplines engaged in the serious task of performing surgery requires confidence and the ability to communicate clearly even in a high tension atmosphere. Attention to detail is a crucial quality that serves to assess patients prior to surgeries, and monitor their vitals during surgeries; both situations that an unnoticed symptom or abnormality could prove dire. Moreover, critical thinking and an ability to assess and problem solve quickly are paramount in the operating room where every moment counts.