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Nursing jobs require a cool head and clear thinking in emergencies. Nursing jobs are equally demanding ones and you have to be on your toes always. If you choose nursing as your profession, your job search ends at the Army ROTC. They offer you both practical experience and financial assistance for college. They churn you into a confident and skillful nurse ready to lead the group ahead in any adversity.

Nursing jobs at ROTC help you to combine college electives in military science and summer training nursing experience. After the completion of the program, you will receive a commission as an officer in the Army Nurse Corps. Air Force ROTC offers scholarships of $15,000 per year for tuition fees and $510 per year for books. Such scholarships are on completion of the requisite qualifications. These incentives surely put an end to your job search.

When your job search culminates in nursing jobs, one among them is that of a Licensed Practical Nurse also known as the Health Care Specialist. At times when the Army physician is not available, the Health Care Specialist can provide basic and emergency medical treatment to the injured or wounded soldiers. Some other duties include assisting on outpatient and inpatient care and treatment, interviewing patients and recording their medical histories, taking patient’s temperature, pulse and blood pressure, preparing blood samples for laboratory analysis, giving shots and medicines to patients, preparing patients, operating rooms, equipment and surgical supplies for operations, etc.

Nursing jobs have job training which is helpful to your future job search. Nine weeks of Basic training teaches you basic soldiering skills followed by 52 weeks of Advanced Individual Training. This is partly in classrooms and partly practical patient care techniques. These skills will help to place you in civilian hospitals, clinics, nursing homes or rehabilitation centers. Career choices range from Emergency Medical Technician, medical assistant, medication aide or physician’s assistant or First Responder after certification.

Registered Nurses

Direct nursing teams and provide care to patients; give injections, assist physicians during surgery, and maintain patient records.

Nursing Specialties
Clinical Nurse
Community Health Nurse
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Nurse Administrator
Nurse Anesthetist
Nurse Practitioner
Nurse Recruiting
Obstetric and Gynecologic Nurse
Operating Room Nurse
Pediatric Nurse
Psych iatric/Mental Health Nurse

Education Requirement.
Graduation from an accredited nursing program and a nursing license

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