The nursing shortage in Indiana is one of the worst in the nation, and nursing jobs in hospitals and nursing homes need to be filled soon to avoid a crisis. The Indiana Health Care Association recently found that the vacancy rate for RNs in the state.s nursing homes was the worst in the U.S. An aging workforce and low retention are some of the main problems. However, federal money has recently been given to three Indiana universities to increase faculty at nursing schools and bring additional nurses to critical need facilities.
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Hospice/Palliative Care opening in Fort Wayne, Indiana. ... Keyphrases: hospice home care jobs, palliative...
Seeking an experienced Hospice and Palliative Care Physician to join a practice in northwest Indiana. ... The succe...
The successful candidate will join 1 board certified hospice and palliative medicine physician and 4 nurse practiti...
Palliative Medicine Physician Palliative Medicine physician employment in Indiana : Lutheran Hospital, on behalf of Visiting Nurse, a community-b...
Palliative Medicine physician employment in Indiana : Lutheran Hospital, on behalf of Visiting Nurse, a community-b...
The Nurse Case Manager in Hospice is accountable for coordinating patient care with the interdisciplinary team, phy...
PRN RN HSI The PRN Registered Nurse is responsible toassess and identify patient/family needs, and to plan, implement, evaluat...
The PRN Registered Nurse is responsible toassess and identify patient/family needs, and to plan, implement, evaluat...
Participates as needed in development of policies and procedures that guide the provision of hospice nursing care t...
Experience: Minimum of one - two years experience as a Registered Nurse in a clinical care setting, home health and...
Our services range from non-medical care and home health, for patients needing skilled nursing and rehabilitation, ...
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Hospice and Palliative Care Nursing
Hospice and palliative care nurses focus on upholding quality of life for terminally ill patients, usually in homes or hospices. The National Board of Certification for Hospice and Palliative Nurses (NBCHPN) maintains the Advanced Certified Hospice and Palliative Nurse (ACHPN) and Certified Hospice and Palliative Nurse (CHPN) credential exams, which are both accredited by the American Board of Nursing Specialties (ABNS). Hospice and palliative care nursing organizations include the Hospice and Palliative Nurses Association (HPNA). The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics predicts excellent, overall job growth for registered nurses, especially for those that work for home healthcare or nursing care settings.