Neurology travel nurse jobs provide an opportunity for nurses to deliver care to patients with neurological conditions in many areas of the United States. Jobs for Neurology nurses (also referred to as Neuroscience nurses) are based in a variety of practice areas, ranging from hospitals to community settings. Hospital options include the neurological intensive care unit and neurology or combination (neurology plus another specialty) units. Community settings include rehabilitation centers, clinics, and physician offices. Depending on the setting, Neurology nurse job descriptions often list the skills of assessing patients, monitoring progress, and working with a multidisciplinary team. Explore Neurology travel nurse jobs today.
Neurology nurses care for patients with neurological conditions (such as stroke and traumatic brain injury) in many settings, including hospitals, rehabilitation or memory disorder clinics, and offices of neurologists or neurosurgeons. Neurology nurse job responsibilities often include specialized assessment skills and the ability to use nonpharmacologic strategies to help patients with cognitive conditions such as dementia. The average annual salary for Neurology nurses in the United States is more than $66,800, but this varies significantly based on role and practice setting.