Nursing Career Profiles
Considering a career in nursing? There are many exciting career paths to consider before taking your first step. Once you browse through the options below, you'll see there's a lot more to nursing than the stereotypical bedside nurse.
If you enjoy infants and kids, pediatric nursing is a good path to consider with even more specialties within that field such as neonatal care or oncology. Those looking for an advanced specialty might look into becoming a nurse anesthetist and handle advanced procedures on a daily basis.
The healthcare sector is growing and nurses are in demand. This is an excellent industry to enter for motivated individuals who seek both a challenging and rewarding career that offers many options for career advancement.
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Acts as leader, coordinator, safety liason and clinical expert of the nursing staff for a given shift.
Supply knowledge, support and resources to women in who desire the most natural birth experience possible.
Work closely with patients to design a comprehensive plan to meet their healthcare needs.
Provide medical care to those who have been seriously injured or who are battling life-threatening conditions.
Be an expert in a specific area of healthcare and expand career options to leadership positions.
Provide hands-on care to patients and serve as a point of contact for other nurses, doctors & medical staff.
Be responsible for the smooth day-to-day working of a medical facility through leadership and training.
Oversee management and analysis of healthcare plan and administer treatment to elderly patients.
Work with the criminal justice system to solve cases where healthcare of the victim is involved.
Own one of the most important roles of a medical team dedicated the the final stages of a person's life.
Utilize technology, medical procedures and yourself as an instruments in the healing process of patients.
Health communication professionals create and use products, programs or other interventions to promote health behavior changes.
Help private clients or work with law firms to plan a person's future health care expenses and needs.
Combine nursing and law to solve legal issues involving medical practice cases in court.
Works closely with women during childbirth and through the immediate postpartum period following the birth of a baby.
Use coding techniques to process all insurance and billing forms to ensure proper and complete payment.
Medical Assistants (MA) are health care professionals who assist the physician in performing numerous tasks.
Work under the direction of nurses and physicians to provide care to patients.
Make a difference in the world of healthcare by educating the new nurses that will soon be administering care.
Work in the highest paying nursing field and monitor patients during treatments involving anesthesia.
Serve as a nurse in one of our miltary branches and tend to the healcare needs of soldiers and their families.
Represent patient clients in sorting out issues in dealing with doctors, medical bills and insurance companies.
Help clients carry out activities that they need or want to do through emotional and physical therapy.
Work directly with patients to diagnose illness and administer treatment in a variety of areas.
Lead the implementation of quality improvement plans and track their success.
In this advanced field, diagnose and treat illness and injury to young patients.
Administer care to infants, children and teenagers in primary care offices or speciality medical units.
Prepare and maintain all instruments required by surgical team during surgery.
Care for mentally ill patients in psychiatric hospitals, mental health clinics, correctional facilities or private practice.
Provide healthcare services to patients in geographic areas with small populations or in remote locations.
Be called to provide life-saving medical treatments to patients in emergency situations.
Work in the OR and make sure that patients are safely prepped and positioned for surgery.
Work with clients to assist with personal and professional problems including illness.
Address women-specific health issues including pregancy and menopause.
Work in a variety of medical settings and travel where your specialty is needed for short term assignments.