Infusion nurses administer IV medications, nutrients, and other therapeutic substances to diverse patient populations with various medical conditions, including cancer, dehydration, immune disorders, infections, and malnutrition. Travel Infusion nurse jobs are available in hospitals, outpatient clinics, long-term care facilities, and home health care facilities around the country. Explore our IV Infusion nurse jobs, with opportunities for RNs and Licensed Practical/Vocational Nurses, and secure your next assignment.
Infusion nurse job responsibilities include monitoring and managing IV lines, mixing medications, ensuring the safe and accurate administration of medications, and assessing patients for adverse reactions. Infusion nurses’ specialized experience enables them to stay calm during emergencies and administer a variety of drugs and treatments with care and precision. Infusion nurses’ training prepares them to educate patients and their families about their treatment and help manage their symptoms. The average IV Infusion nurse salary in the United States is $78,990 to $98,590, with the most experienced RNs earning the highest annual pay.