Registered Nurse

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Indianapolis, IN

Job status
Full time, Part time
Job description

The BridgeWay Firm is currently recruiting for Registered Nurses (RNs) to join our team. We have several facilities across all 7 states: Virginia, West Virginia, Indiana, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Maryland, Missouri

Whether you’re just starting out in your career journey or you’re an experienced professional, BridgeWay has the right opportunity

for you. With a diverse portfolio of healthcare offerings, we have a role to suit everyone. Our client base consists of more than 100

long-term care facilities and hospitals across multiple states and major U.S. markets, bringing you exclusive access to high-quality job opportunities.


  • Daily Pay, next day pay, low-cost health benefits, education reimbursement, referral bonus, PTO, excellent rewards program, employee assistance program, uniform discount and much more! Plus U.S green card sponsorship opportunities available for qualified international healthcare workers.


All Shifts, Full-time, Part-time, and PRN. 12 Hour shifts available. 


  • Must possess a current license as an RN in the state in which the center is located.
  • Long Term Care experience preferred

A Registered Nurse, or RN, is responsible for working with other healthcare professionals to help treat patients with various injuries, illnesses or disabilities. Their duties include communicating with Doctors and other Registered Nurses about patient needs, administering IVs and medications to aid their patients’ health and using medical equipment to monitor patients’ vital signs.

The duties of an RN may vary depending on the work environment, but generally include the following:

  • Observe and record patient behavior
  • Perform physical examinations and diagnostic tests
  • Collect patient health history
  • Counsel and educate patients and their families on treatment plans
  • Administer medication, change wound dressings and care for other treatment options
  • Read and interpret patient information, making treatment decisions when appropriate
  • Consult with supervisors and doctors to decide on the best treatment plan for patients
  • Direct and supervise nurses, nurse assistants and nurse aides
  • Research ways to improve healthcare processes and improve patient outcomes