There are several Types of Nurses, and they are classified by the types of nursing jobs that they specialize in.
Some of them are listed below and you'll also find a customized
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Acute Care Nursing Practitioner:
Acute Care Nurse Practitioner's (ACNP) provide expert nursing care to adults who are acutely ill.
Air Ambulance Nurse:
Air Ambulance Nurses work in highly critical and demanding conditions, giving life-sustaining medical aid, and ensuring that the patient reaches a hospital facility in a safe and stable condition.
An Athletic Trainer is a certified health care professional who practices in the field of sports medicine.
Behavioral Health Nurses care for people with mental illness or mental distress, such as schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, psychosis, depression or dementia.
Operating Room Nurse:
An Operating Room Nurse is an RN, also known as a Peri-operative nurse, who assists the surgeon in providing nursing care to patients undergoing operative procedures or surgeries.
Emergency Medical Technician:
Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) is a healthcare provider of emergency medical services, prior to admittance in a hospital or advanced care facility.
CT Technicians are qualified diagnostic imaging professionals with additional courses and certification in Computed Tomography Technology.
Speech Language Pathologist:
Speech Language Pathologists treat persons with disorders related to speech, language, communication, voice, swallowing, and communication fluency.
Ophthalmology Technicians, are allied health professionals who assist ophthalmologists (eye doctors) in providing expert medical eye care to patients.
Legal Nurse Consultant:
A Certified Legal Nurse Consultant helps lawyers & attorneys understand complex medical jargon in medical-related legal cases.
Certified Medication Technician:
A Certified Medication Technician is a nurse assistant responsible for giving medicines to patients in hospital facilities and nursing homes.
Certified Respiratory Therapist:
Certified Respiratory Therapists deliver treatment and care to patients with respiratory (breathing) problems.
Certified Scrub Technician:
Certified Scrub Technicians are also known as scrubs and are responsible for setting up and preparing an Operation Room for operations and also cleaning up after the operation has been completed.
Mammography Technicians are Radio-logic Technologists who specialize in performing Medical Mammograms.
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