You’ll assess and make decisions about a patient’s condition.
You’ll explain medical procedures and treatments, and give updates to your patients’ loved ones.
You’ll monitor the critical condition of patients, which includes operating life support systems.
- Critical care units
- Flight units
- Intensive care units
Work as a Registered Nurse, gaining at least two years’ experience in Critical Care.
Get your Clinical Nurse Leadership Certification from the Commission on Nurse Certifications.
You’re ready to work as a Critical Care Nurse.
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