CNAs, HHAs, LPNs and Caregivers work in a hospital, clinic or in a nursing home.
With their direct interaction to patients, they are considered as an essential link between the patient and the registered physician or nurse.
Because of the complexity of their responsibilities, training is essential to become a certified. If you are considering working in this field, you should finish an accredited program
In the hospital setting, the work can be very physically demanding. There is also a constant turnover of patients. The range of patients you are going to interact with will surely vary from day to day. Employment and Career opportunities available.
Positions Also Available:
- Medical Assistants
- Nursing Assistants
The information provided on this service
is excerpted from the new fourth edition
of Health Care Job Explosion including (HHAs, CNAs, LPNs, RNs, Medical Assistants, Caregivers, and many more!)
career hunting information and resources that you can use to explore the lucrative and fast growing allied healthcare industry.