There is a great need to create and fill more nursing jobs in New Hampshire, but there is currently a shortage. This is not due to a lack of interest in nursing, but rather a lack of faculty to teach qualified applicants at nursing schools and hospitals. Recent efforts have been made to expand programs and add nursing courses online, but with the average age of RNs being almost 50 in the state, more will need to be done to make up for an aging workforce.
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Restorative or geriatric nursing experience preferred. The position requires a Registered Nurse candidate to have recent extensive supervisory or unit manager…...
Travel Nurse RN/LPN Two (2) years experience or more as a Registered Nurse or LPN preferred, one year (1) considered. Receives and properly processes physician's verbal or written…...
Two (2) years experience or more as a Registered Nurse or LPN preferred, one year (1) considered. Receives and properly processes physician's verbal or written…...
Generations Geriatric Mental Health is a well-established private geropsychiatric practice in scenic New Hampshire comprised of geriatric psychiatrists,…...
Minimum 1 year clinical experience as a Nurse Practitioner in geriatric, adult or family practice setting. Board certification by AANP, ANCC or AACN, in Adult,…...
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A travel nurse is an individual who works on contract through a travel nurse agency. Travel nurse agencies offer boundless job opportunities for nurses who are willing to take assignments around the country as well as around the world. Travel nurses choose their assignments, and they receive excellent salaries and benefits for their work. Travel nurses are in great demand, and work in a variety of specialty areas.