Travel Nurse (RN) – ER (Emergency Room) – Long Beach, CA – 566130

Job Details
Job ID:
Long Beach
Start Date:
Assignment Length:
13 Week(s)
Required Experience:
2 Years
Job Description

Emerald Health Services is hiring a Travel RN – ER

Shift: 7p-7a, 12×3, 36 hrs per week

Length: 13 weeks


  • CA license
  • 2 Years’ Experience
  • BCLS
  • ACLS
  • PALS
  • Level 2 Trauma Center. STEMI, STROKE receiving center, Trauma Center (travelers don’t do trauma) 9 bed pediatric ED and a 12 bed fast track area. Approx.: 300 cases per day. Number of beds: 54. Must be able and willing to work holidays. Need SSN and DOB at time of submittal. “Our ER is extremely busy and I need RNs that can handle it” Must be comfortable working with COVID patients.
Must work all holidays no exceptions

The Emerald Difference:

  • Day 1 health insurance coverage and comprehensive benefits options
  • 401(k) matching program
  • Weekly direct deposit
  • Concierge state licensing program for RN and other healthcare modalities in multiple states, including CA
  • Industry leading allowances and reimbursements
  • Referral program with cash bonuses and additional perks
  • Exclusive job openings – Only at Emerald
  • Emerald Elite Program – Priority status at top facilities and exclusive loyalty bonuses

To apply for this job or other Emerald Health Services jobs, we invite you to apply now, call a recruiter today at 800-917-5055 or email us at [email protected].


Emergency room travel nurses are on the hospital front-lines, which is why emergency room travel nurse positions require a candidate who is able to handle a stressful and busy environment. They are responsible for examining patients upon their arrival and carrying out triage tasks to assess their condition. Ability to identify injuries, signs and symptoms, and communicate their assessment to the physician are required for the emergency room nurse. A travel ER nurse assists in patient treatment and explaining prescription information to patient/family among other tasks and must know the facility and government policies as it relates to patient treatment, transfer, and discharge. Educating the patient and their family about continued treatment at home is another task carried out by emergency room nurses before discharge.

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