You’ll keep a close eye on your patients throughout the day, checking and recording vital signs and performing physical examinations.
You’ll use life-saving equipment like defibrillators and ventilator support.
You’ll care for wounds, help manage pain, administer medication, perform daily hygiene tasks, and develop care plans.
- Long-term care centers
- Rehabilitation centers
- Subacute units
Work as a Registered Nurse.
Gain experience in Acute Care and taking continuing education courses in Rehabilitation and Pharmacology.
You’re ready to work as a Subacute Nurse.
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