New Mexico is facing a crisis right now, as it is projected that it will only be able to meet 64 percent of its demand for nursing jobs by the year 2020. The main factor for this is that despite a large nursing shortage, almost half of the qualified applicants in the state are being turned down by nursing programs. There are simply not enough trained nursing educators. A new bill proposed by NM Senator Jeff Bingaman aims directly to address this lack of nursing instructors, and if passed would be a huge boost to states like New Mexico.
Well known, thriving healthcare system is looking for a full-time Nurse Practitioner or Physician Assistant to join their gastroenterology clinic in the…...
Associate's Degree or Diploma of Nursing. Valid NM Nursing license or NM compact license (within 90 days of hire). Bachelor's Degree in Nursing preferred....
Certification in clinical specialty or nursing administration, preferred. Minimum of five (or 3-5) years’ clinical nursing experience of which 3 (or 2) years…...
Nurse I Level III - An ADN or Diploma in Nursing and approximately 2-3 years of nursing practice/experience; OR an ADN or Diploma in Nursing and a Bachelor's…...
Registered Nurse Associates, Diploma or Bachelors degree in nursing. To make nursing judgments and decisions; assume responsibility for nursing care and documentation....
Associates, Diploma or Bachelors degree in nursing. To make nursing judgments and decisions; assume responsibility for nursing care and documentation....
Assistant RN Manager Make nursing judgments and decisions; assume responsibility for nursing care and documentation. Supervise and work as part of a team providing nursing care to…...
Make nursing judgments and decisions; assume responsibility for nursing care and documentation. Supervise and work as part of a team providing nursing care to…...
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Gastroenterology nurses care for patients with intestinal and digestive disorders, including acid reflux, abdominal bleeding, irritable bowel syndrome, cancer and ulcers. An experienced gastroenterology nurse can become a Certified Gastroenterology Registered Nurse (CGRN) if he or she passes the national certification exam administered by, and meets the requirements of, the American Board of Certification for Gastroenterology Nurses (ABCGN). This certification exam is accredited by the American Board of Nursing Specialties (ABNS), and Certified Gastroenterology Registered Nurses must renew their CGRN certification every five years. The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics expects excellent, overall job growth for registered nurses.