You’ll teach people about proper health and dental care, hygiene, and disease prevention.
Along with physical care, you’ll provide spiritual reassurance to your patients and people in the community.
Your work will often continue when you return home, including raising awareness and money for medical supplies, schools and facilities for the communities you’ve worked in.
You’ll provide a wide variety of direct patient care, from giving vaccinations to treating illnesses and dressing wounds.
- Missionary hospitals and clinics
- Community centers
There isn’t a specific Missionary Nurse certification.
It will be helpful if you hold the Basic Life Support Certification from the American Heart Association or Red Cross.
You’re ready to work as a Missionary Nurse.
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