With such experience, you'll make a great travel nurse.
Nurse Navigator, RN Case Mgr, Triage RN in Doctors office
I was in ER for 11 years and went to an outpatient GI clinic. It’s Monday to Friday, day shift, no call and I love it!!! I had some Periop experience and some GI preop and recovery experience from the local hospital but the outpatient world is great!!! Good luck in whatever you decide to do.
My last position before I retired (after 46 years), I was a case manager setting up Skilled Home Health, Home Hospice, Home IV Therapy, and Home Enteral Therapy. It was such a new world, providing care, working with providers, agencies, and families. I had impacts where I had never thought I would as a nurse. I loved. it.
Do you have any management or long term care experience? A lot of long term care facilities are looking for supervisors, unit managers, assistant director of nursing, MDS.
Depending on your area, a lot of “walk in clinics” are always looking for staff.
Iif I had your ER experience I'd go into RN of anesthesia. Which RN are flourishing in. It's back to school but certain states will offer hospitals that will promote this endeavor, such as Alaska and you could tour the state. Medical anthropology.
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Have you given any thought to medical review ? Or other work at home nursing positions.
I did CDIS for the ER.. although felt my skills were not used as much for this.. I no am the Education Coordinator and love it.. perfect job to do for next few years before retirement.. worked 15 years ER, 15 years ICU and my first 8 years in M/S
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Been in Emergency Room for years too, I was thinking maybe education or instructing? lots of good ideas on this post though- good luck😊