I spent 13 years as a staff nurse working long hours, nights, weekends, etc, before becoming a facultymember at at university. I have been teaching for 8 years now...
The rewards of teaching are: better hours, weekends off, summers off, more flexibility, the satisfaction of making a difference to students, and the students who truly love nursing and will be great someday.
The downsides are: low salary, lots of paperwork and careplans to read, students who don't care about anything, being caught between students and staff nurses in clinical, serving on committees, and pressure to do research and publish. You need to balance out the pros and cons and what is really important to you. I have seriously considered leaving academia several times over the past few years, but now i have applied to a Phd program and will stick it out for the long-term.
Why don't you try teaching clinical for a semester part-time to see if teaching interests you? Look around at local community colleges - they may hire faculty with a Master's degree. Good luck!