Home Health Nurses are highly in demand due to the rising cost of lengthy hospital stays and long-term care facilities.
You’ll examine patients, evaluate their response to treatment and monitor their progress.
You’ll work with patients’ families and doctors.
You’ll teach patients and their families about diseases, processes, treatment and the best ways to stay healthy.
Administer medications and IVs, change bandages and take care of wounds, help with mobility and develop treatment plans.
- Patients’ homes
You’re ready to work as a Home Health Nurse.
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