Medical Occupational Nurse Salary in United States

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Average Salary for Medical Occupational Nurse in United States

The average salary of a(n) Medical Occupational Nurse in United States is $74,997.

The average hourly rate of a(n) Medical Occupational Nurse in United States is $36.06.

The average bonus of a(n) Medical Occupational Nurse in United States is $1,215.00.

Job Description:

Treats and provides professional nursing care to employees or people who become ill or injured on premises of business, industrial plant, or other establishment. Takes and documents patient's vital signs, treats wounds, and evaluates physical condition of patient. Contacts physician and hospital to arrange for further medical treatment when needed. Requires RN license. Maintains record of people treated, and prepares accident reports and insurance forms. Develops employee programs, such as health education, accident prevention, alcohol abuse counseling, curtailment of smoking, and weight control regimens. May assist physician in physical examination of new employees. Less

Treats and provides professional nursing care to employees or people who become ill or injured on premises of business, industrial plant, or other establishment. Takes and documents patient's vital signs, treats wounds, and evaluates physical condition of patient. Contacts physician... More

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