Helping Lives, One Day At A Time!

Become a Nurse to help lives today!

Do You Love Taking Care of People?

Nursing would be the career for you! You could set up plans for patients to help them feel better. You could pick a specialty of nursing such as cardiovascular, critical care, genetics, neonatal, rehabilitation, and many more.

A Day in the Life of a Nurse

Let's be honest here, nurses end up doing way more than the doctors do. Nurses spend their time administrating patients medicines and treatments. They come up with treatment plans for the patient and teach the patient's family how to manage the illness. Nurses spend a lot of time with patients. It can be challenging when it comes to certain patients. Nursing can become personal and emotional to some people.

Do Nurses Always Work at Hospitals Only?

Nurses are known to work in hospitals. Nurses can also work in different settings such as correctional facilities, schools, clinics and serve in the military. Nurses can also work at nursing homes or work as an at home nurse for patients.

Becoming A Registered Nurse

In all nursing programs, you will take courses like anatomy, physiology, microbiology, chemistry, psychology, and other courses. In all states, registered nurses need a nursing license. To obtain the nursing license, you first must graduate from an approved nursing program and pass the National Council Licensure Examination. If a registered nurse (RN) wants to get a bachelor's of science degree (BSN) the program will take 4 years to complete. If an RN has an associate's degree in nursing (ADN) they can earn a bachelor's degree through an RN-to-BNS program.

Is the pay worth it for RNS?

The median annual wage for an RN was $65, 470 in 2012. The annual wage will differ on where an RN works. If you work at a hospital the median annual wage is $67,210. You could work for home health care the median is $62,090. The amount will vary depending on where you work.

Nursing Job are growing

Nursing has always been a job that high in demand. Employment for nurses are going to grow 19 percent from 2012 to 2022. The demand for nursing gets higher because of the aging population. Nurses need to care for patients with various of chronic conditions ;ole dementia, diabetes and obesity.
A Day in the Life: Nursing at Michigan (NATIONAL NURSES WEEK 2014)