Behavioral and Mental Health
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Behavioral and Mental Health

As a mental health or behavioral health registered nurse (RN), you must have a strong desire to help individuals with mental and behavioral issues.

Fed Qualified Health Center
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Fed Qualified Health Center

These jobs provide clinical coordination and administrative support to behavioral health services in collaboration with mental health therapists, psychologists, and medical providers at Open Cities Health Center.

Ambulatory Surgery Centers
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Ambulatory Surgery Centers

An acute care nurse, sometimes referred to as a critical care nurse, is an advanced practice nurse who specializes in acute care nursing. They deal with human responses to life-threatening events and conditions.

Senior Living
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Senior Living

An acute care nurse, sometimes referred to as a critical care nurse, is an advanced practice nurse who specializes in acute care nursing. They deal with human responses to life-threatening events and conditions.

Hospitals and Acute Care
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Hospitals and Acute Care

An acute care nurse, sometimes referred to as a critical care nurse, is an advanced practice nurse who specializes in acute care nursing. They deal with human responses to life-threatening events and conditions.

Dentistry Recruitment
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Dentistry Recruitment

Dentistry recruitment is unique and ever-evolving, so you need a recruitment agency to match. We are constantly seeking out more efficient ways of matching top dental candidates with the best dental practices. Acuity’s team is made up of experts in clinical roles, non-clinical roles, licensing requirements, and market trends.

Homecare and Hospice
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Homecare and Hospice

Home care affords an opportunity to practice healthcare in a community setting where autonomy and coordination of care are the focal points. Keeping patients safe at home, avoiding hospitalizations, and helping them return to an optimal level of functioning is at the heart of home healthcare nursing.

6 Reasons Why 2020 Is the Year of the Nurse
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6 Reasons Why 2020 Is the Year of the Nurse

The World Health Organization believes that 2020 is the perfect time to celebrate the nursing profession. The start of a new decade is not only the 200th anniversary of Florence Nightingale's efforts to modernize nursing, but also the culmination of a two-year campaign to give nurses and midwives a more prominent voice in healthcare. As nurses continue to play an increasingly important role in the health industry, 2020 should be their year.

The 10 Best Jobs in Healthcare in 2020
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The 10 Best Jobs in Healthcare in 2020

U.S. News and World Report releases a list of the best jobs in health annually. When evaluating these different positions, they account for many variables, such as future job prospects. The healthcare industry is poised to continue to grow and the list highlights the fact that eight of the top 10 best jobs in America are in the field.

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