Orlando CNA Jobs

Florida currently lacks enough new nurses to make up for the large amount of nursing jobs it needs to fill. Orlando and the rest of Central Florida stand to be in better shape than the rest of the state, but will still face a nursing shortage challenge. One of the reasons for this in Orlando, along with the typical problem of a lack of nursing educators, is that it has an aging population of both patients and current nurses working in its hospitals. Major hospitals in Orlando include: Florida Hospital Orlando, Arnold Palmer Hospital for Children, and Winnie Palmer Hospital for Women & Babies.

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Certified nursing assistants?also known as nursing aides, geriatric aides, orderlies and hospital attendants?work under the supervision of nursing and medical staff to complete routine tasks and provide direct patient care. A certified nursing assistant might help patients with grooming and eating, straighten up patients? rooms, escort them to exam rooms, take their pulse and more. The federal government requires nursing aides that work in nursing care facilities to complete a state-approved training program and pass an evaluation test to become certified. The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics predicts excellent job growth for nursing aides, orderlies and attendants, at 19%.

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