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Burn Care Travel Nurse Jobs

Burn Care Travel Nurse jobs for Registered Nurses and Licensed Practical/Vocational Nurses are available in many practice settings, including burn care units, burn intensive care units (ICUs), emergency departments, and trauma centers. A typical job description for a Burn Nurse includes delivering hands-on care (such as administering medications and dressing wounds) and teaching patients and families. If you are a Burn Nurse, explore the travel nurse opportunities below to find your next high-paying job.

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Burn Care Travel Nurse Job Responsibilities and Salary

Burn Care Nurses’ job responsibilities encompass caring for patients who have been burned by sources such as fire, hot water, chemicals, or electricity. Nurses in this specialty work closely with a multidisciplinary team and provide emotional support to patients and families. The average annual salary for Burn Nurses in the United States is nearly $74,000.