CERTIFIED RN Established Plastic Surgeon in
Valdosta is seeking an ACLS & BLS Certified Registered Nurse. Duties
include, but are not limited to, setting up OR surgical cases, circulate
ASC surgical cases, assist with clinic rechecks and assist with minor
procedures. This position is a 36 hour per week position (off on Friday
afternoons). Additional benefits include PTO, 401K, Health & Dental
Insurance. Please email a cover letter with salary requirement and resume
no later than Nov. 30, 2009 to[email protected]No phone calls please. DeleteMsgReplyToMsg
Great career opportunity for a Nurse Practitioner
in south central Georgia. Join 2 OB/Gyn physicians and 2 Nurse
Practitioners in working a 4 day work week. 10 hour days. No deliveries.
Will help round at the hospital. Clinic has also opened a Wellness Center
incorporating anti-aging and weight management programs. Negotiable salary
and nice benefit package is being offered. If you are interested in this
opportunity, please email your inquiries and CV or fax to 1-877-878-1970
attn: Jill, Please reference Job# JS8213
We are currently seeking a Clinical Manager ( Registered Nurse )
Provision of quality home nursing care while demonstrating fiscal responsibility and maintaining the highest standards of care and ensuring compliance with all policies, procedures and regulatory requirements.
Requirements for Clinical Manager includes:
Current and unencumbered state license to practice as a Registered nurse.
Three (3) year experience as a Registered Nurse. One of those years must consist of full-time experience in providing direct patient care in the home health setting. One year supervisory/management experience preferred.
Current CPR certification
Able to assess patient status and identify requirements relative to age specific needs.
Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
Demonstrates knowledge of Federal/State rules and regulations, JCAHO standards and other regulatory requirements.
Demonstrates strong fiscal planning and management skills.
I had heard that nursing
school was the most stressful, difficult experience and that it was such a
hard program, etc. But nursing wasn't my first degree, so unlike many
nursing students I had something to compare the experience to.
As far as academics go, nursing is less intensive in terms of reading
/ writing / social sciences, etc. Your homework load isn't really all that
The part of nursing that's hard is:
1) It does take a lot of time. There are practicums (internships) and
depending on what school you're in they may not be paid. Doing classes,
doing an unpaid internship, having a regular job and trying to raise a
child is VERY hard. When my son was four I caught him throwing my textbooks
in the trash can because he wanted mommy to play with him. Talk about a
2) Tests, tests, tests. There are tests to
prepare you to take tests that are supposed to prepare you to take tests to
see if you're prepared to take your boards. And no I'm not exaggerating.
I'm a good test taker and naturally confident in that area, so it didn't
bother me. I had classmates that were miserable over all the tests
That being said, nursing school is very do-able.
The good thing about nursing is that nursing students tend to make friends
fast and they'll help you pull through. Everyone hates math and organic
chemistry, but the vast majority of people who are committed overcome
Nursing schools also seem to be more motivated to make
things work for you so that you can make it through. Compared to my other
degree, my nursing classes were way more flexible and my advisers and
teachers far more attentive and helpful.
Even though doing
nursing school and raising a child as a single mom was hard, it's paid off
in spades now that it's over. I am now able to support myself and my son
very well (comparably! :P ) by working only two days a week. All the time I
used to stress about missing with my son is made up now by the fact that
I'm home way more than I would be with any other job.
biggest thing is just to commit, find out what who you can get to back you
in your dreams, and then rely on whatever support systems are available to
you. It'll be hard but you can do it and you'll never regret making the
sacrifices you had to make to get through! DeleteMsgReplyToMsg
Physician Assistant/Nurse Practitioner/Valdosta, GA -
Experienced Physician Assistant or Nurse Practitioner needed immediately to
work directly with a solo physician in quaint south Georgia community near
Valdosta. Primary responsibilities will be caring for a largely geriatric
patient population in office and nursing home. There may be some limited
hospital visits for swing-bed patients. Ideal candidate will have 2-5 years
experience with adult patients including hypertension, diabetes and pain
management. Must be capable of seeing patients independently. Georgia
license required. Community is near the Georgia-Florida state line with
immediate access to Interstate 75 and larger surrounding cities. Low cost
of living, family oriented community. Salary range $75-85K based on
experience, plus benefits.
Contact: Ray Smith. Smith &
Associates, 800-611-4043, panpjobs.com/job368.htm
Maxim Healthcare Services is currently seeking a Clinical Supervisor to
be directly responsible for clinical activities of office staff. The
Clinical Supervisor will be part of a team which plans, implement and
evaluates our patient's plans of care. Responsibilities and Duties of a
Maxim Clinical Supervisor Include: Enforce and demonstrate 100% compliance
with all Federal, State and local regulati... View Full Job Description DeleteMsgReplyToMsg