Intermediate Care nurses (also called IMC nurses) provide compassionate care and support to critically ill patients and those with complex medical conditions. Intermediate Care nurse jobs are available in specialized hospital units for patients requiring close monitoring and support. Explore our travel Intermediate Care nurse jobs around the country, with opportunities for RNs and Licensed Practical/Vocational Nurses, and secure your next assignment.
Intermediate Care Unit nurse job descriptions include assessing and monitoring patients, administering medications and treatments, communicating and coordinating care with other healthcare providers, and educating patients and families during a challenging time in their lives. This is an opportunity for professional growth, as Intermediate Care nurses must safely manage medical equipment, including ventilators and IV pumps, and patients with high acuity in a fast-paced environment. The average Intermediate Care nurse salary in the United States is $25,000 to $136,500, with the most experienced RNs earning the highest annual pay.