Hematology/Oncology nurses care for patients with blood disorders and cancers, like leukemia, lymphoma, and anemia. Hematology nurse jobs enable nurses to expand their professional experience with chemotherapy administration, patient education, and patient emotional support. Travel Hematology nurse jobs are available in hospitals, clinics, cancer centers, and research institutions around the country. Explore our Hematology/Oncology travel nurse jobs, with opportunities for RNs and Licensed Practical/Vocational Nurses, and secure your next assignment.
Hematology/Oncology nurse job descriptions include working closely with hematologists and oncologists to administer chemotherapy and other treatments, monitor patients’ vital signs, and educate patients and their families about diagnoses and treatment plans. With their specialized training, Hematology/Oncology nurses can provide emotional support to patients with complex medical conditions and collaborate with the healthcare team to coordinate their care. The average Hematology/Oncology nurse salary in the United States is $53,625 to $140,053 per year, with the most experienced nurses and RNs earning the highest annual pay.