You’ll be the liaison between patients, the community and the healthcare team.
You’ll teach your peers and people within the community how to stay healthy.
You’ll perform health screenings.
You’ll provide spiritual support to patients and advocate on their behalf.
You’ll guide and support members of your parish.
- Community service centers
While there’s no specific certification for a Parish Nurse, you can get certified in Faith/Community Nursing through the American Nurses Credentialing Center.
You’re ready to work as a Parish Nurse.
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