Monitor patient’s vital signs and symptoms, maintain patient records, deliver medication and
implement other necessary treatments. Long-term nurses may help to feed, clothe, change bedding,
and assist with personal hygiene.
The education required for long term care includes a 3-year diploma from a state regulated
college or a hospital training program, a 2-year associate degree or a 4-year Bachelor of
Science in nursing degree. All long-term care nurses are required to take the NCLEX-RN license
examination to be certified for work within the United States.
We offer the most competitive compensation plans in the industry
and will personally work with you to ensure you receive a satisfactory wage.
Travel opportunity, continual education and career development opportunities, a career with
autonomy, flexible work schedule, job security, competitive pay.