Registered Nurse Careers in the U.S.

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Connecting Professionals with RN Opportunities Nationwide

Welcome to TAG MedStaffing’s Nursing Division, where we take pride in connecting skilled and passionate registered nurses with exciting career opportunities throughout the United States.

Our primary focus is to connect dedicated nurses with job openings that align with their skills, interests, and availability. With strong connections in the U.S. healthcare industry, our team will identify the perfect match for nurses given their specific qualifications and preferences, allowing them to concentrate on providing patient-focused care.

Are you in search of registered nurse positions and career prospects? If so, please fill out the form below to be considered for potential career opportunities. If your qualifications meet our requirements, our team will contact you for further discussions.

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What Do Registered Nurse Do?

A registered nurse (RN) is a healthcare professional who has completed the necessary education and training to obtain a nursing license and provide patient care. RNs play a crucial role in the healthcare system, delivering a wide range of medical services and ensuring the well-being of patients. They are responsible for assessing patients’ health conditions, administering medications, monitoring vital signs, and providing emotional support and education to patients and their families.

In addition to clinical duties, RNs may specialize in various fields of nursing, such as pediatric nursing, emergency nursing, or critical care nursing. They work in diverse healthcare settings, including hospitals, clinics, long-term care facilities, and home healthcare. RNs must stay up to date with medical advancements and ethical standards to provide high-quality and compassionate care to patients of all ages and backgrounds. Their dedication to promoting health and healing makes them an integral part of the healthcare team.

RNs are not only skilled in delivering direct patient care but also in coordinating care, advocating for patients’ rights, and collaborating with other healthcare professionals to ensure comprehensive and effective treatment plans. Their commitment to patient well-being, combined with their medical knowledge and empathy, makes RNs essential contributors to the healthcare industry.

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How Many Years Does it Take to Become a Registered Nurse?

Becoming a RN typically requires a minimum of two to three years of education and training. The most common pathway to becoming an RN is to complete an Associate Degree in Nursing (ADN) program, which typically takes around two to three years. Alternatively, individuals can pursue a Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) degree, which typically takes about four years. The specific duration may vary depending on the program, educational institution, and any prerequisites or prior coursework.

After completing their formal education, aspiring RNs must pass the NCLEX-RN (National Council Licensure Examination for Registered Nurses) to obtain their nursing license, which is a critical step to becoming a practicing RN. The educational and licensing requirements for RNs ensure that they are well-prepared to provide safe and effective patient care, making nursing a rewarding but academically rigorous profession.

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Bolster your staff during busy periods, to adapt to the higher demand, and scale back when you don’t need the extra help. Leveraging our skilled temporary employees allows you to remain agile depending on demand while benefitting by staying profitable.

Hire an employee on a temporary basis before deciding whether to commit to a full-time employment offer.  Evaluate a candidate for skills, work ethic, and cultural fit, and then transfer them to your payroll if you wish to hire them permanently.

Travel Nursing & Healthcare Staffing

Leverage our extensive network of traveling nurses and healthcare professionals to adapt to seasonal demand, cover staffing gaps, or grow your facility. You'll be able to reduce stress on your existing team by adding skilled travel professionals, all without increasing your full-time headcount.

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If your organization is in need of full time healthcare professionals, TAG MedStaffing can handle sourcing, screening, and credentialing so you find the people you need to fill vital positions – fast.

Executive Search

From Medical Directors to Chief Marketing Officers and other high-level executives, you need the right people in leadership to ensure success at your healthcare facility.  We can discreetly source top talent and present you with a shortlist of qualified candidates, in a timely and structured manner.


Transfer the temporary employees of your choosing onto our payroll system.  Let TAG MedStaffing handle the administrative burden, including tax withholdings, paycheck distribution, workers’ compensation, unemployment, and more.

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