There is a clear gap between the supply and the demand for Texas nursing jobs. Like elsewhere, Texas is suffering from a shortage of nurses, to the tune of 70,000 by 2020. The State Legislature is working on a number of bills to improve training capacity so that they can fill many of these Texas nursing jobs. Though the bulk of the nursing jobs in Texas are located in the Dallas and Houston areas, there is a clear need for nurses throughout the State.
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|Prog Mgr Public Relations
I.e., Associates/Volunteers, physicians, community through Spirit, Medical Staff Bulletins, Nursing Bulletins, website, CHRISTUS Health, local media, etc.(E) D....
|New Braunfels, TX||CHRISTUS Health||12/31/1969|
|Vice President - Mission Integration
Fosters ongoing relationships and communications with the diocesan bishop and other church leaders and organizations, including parishes....
|Austin, TX||Seton Healthcare||12/31/1969|
|On Call Chaplain
Provide pastoral presence when requested by House Supervisor, ER or other nursing staff. Will accept previous pastoral/chaplain ministry or service in a church...
|Fredericksburg, TX||Hill Country Memorial||12/31/1969|
To serve as coordinating chaplain with nursing units. Serves as the coordinating chaplain on assigned nursing unit(s);...
|Houston, TX||Houston Methodist||12/31/1969|
|Adjunct - Online - College of Theology - Spirituality in Healthcare
At Grand Canyon University our faculty fosters tomorrow’s educators, nurses, business leaders, musicians and much more through a strong dedication to our online...
|Grand Canyon University||12/31/1969|
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Parish nurses, also known as church nurses, combine their nursing skills and religious faith to care for fellow members of their religious community. One resource for parish nurses is the International Parish Nurse Resource Center run by Deaconess Parish Nurse Ministries, LLC. The American Nurses Association (ANA) calls parish nursing, faith community nursing. The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics predicts excellent, overall job growth for registered nurses. The median annual salary of registered nurses is $62,450; annual salaries are greatly influenced by specialty, experience, region and industry.