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Registered Nurse

A registered nurse administers hands-on patient care in a variety of settings including hospitals, medical offices, nursing homes, and other facilities.

Registered Nurse

A registered nurse administers hands-on patient care in a variety of settings including hospitals, medical offices, nursing homes, and other facilities.

Work in the heart of health care as a Registered Nurse and help people improve their overall health in a variety of care settings. RNs serve many important functions such as;

– Perform health assessments
– Diagnose and treat a patient’s response to health problems
– Execute medical regimens as prescribed by licensed physicians, dentists, nurse practitioners, or physician assistants.
– Communicate transition plans with families

RNs can focus on a variety of different specialties areas depending on their interests. Most people expect to find RNs only in a hospital, however RNs can work in other settings such as nursing care facilities, home health, and more.

RNs are in high demand, jobs are projected to increase 7% between 2019 and 2029. The average annual salary falls around $75,000 and many organizations offer sign on bonuses and other benefits on top of that.

RNs work a non-traditional schedule, hospitals and other care facilities typically do shift work which means schedules can be flexible.

 

Learn more about the licensure and training requirements of RNs HERE.

 

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