Such healthcare jobs like nurses, techs, aids, clerks, billing, coding. I am disliking my job and the people I work with and want to look for a better job but I don't know if its a good time to quit and try to find another job with this economy. How will I know if I can get another job once I quit? Some advise please.
It looks like most direct patient care jobs require lifting of over 50 lbs. This could entail lifting a 300 lb. patient by oneself. What healthcare jobs involving direct patient care (or indirect care) do not require heavy lifting? Are there any accommodations provided to assist with heavy lifting for the healthcare jobs that do require the lifting?
Does anyone know what a client services associate does. I have looked it up, but does not give me a definite job description for one in the healthcare field/healthcare jobs? Also, would anyone know the starting pay?
I'm applying to a nursing school, and already have a full time job. Are there any healthcare jobs that don't require certification, or little? if not, any job at all?
I will volunteer if there isn't, but I really need the money.
I want to eventually work in a hospital or any healthcare establishment where I'm working to improve patient quality and patient care. I want to make sure everything is running smoothly, nothing is slipping through the cracks, and that most patients are happy from the time they enter the hospital to the time they leave. What type of healthcare job is this? What type of education do I need to get in this type of position?
I am from phils. graduate from Bachelor of Nursing , want to go spain for applying the healthcare job.. is this good for me?
Im applying to some online healthcare jobs and Im not sure if there is anything in particular I should say to maybe set myself apart. Or how detailed I should become. I have submitted a cover letter to my resume.
In case it helps- Im a community college student with an Associates in General Studies, Ive worked in retail f-o-r-e-v-e-r. Ive also taken just about every healthcare class at my college that I can. Anything else, just ask.
I am now certified to be a pharmacy tech! I am deciding where to live now. I want to go back to Canada but I don't know where it will be better to work, as in more jobs. I think Canada has more healthcare jobs since healthcare is free. Where do u think has more healthcare jobs? And the place I want to move in Canada is Toronto!
I have a bachelor's degree in biology but can't find a job. I'm thinking of entering the healthcare field, because of supposed job availability. I'm finding a lot of jobs that require a two year associates degree, which would make my bachelor's degree totally useless, and jobs that require doctorates, which would take too long.
Are there healthcare jobs that require a masters degree? Something like physical therapy? What else?
Malpractice law? I really want to have a career in law, but everyone is telling me that law is a saturated market. However, if healthcare jobs are so plentiful--and more people choose to go into healthcare--doesn't that mean there will be higher occurrences of malpractice and ultimately a more lucratice career for malpractice/health lawyers? Do you think this would be a wise field to choose when looking at the job market? Any advice is appreciated!!!
Will it be on your record forever? Will it effect jobs? Healthcare jobs?
What class Of charge is this in Arkansas
Misd a c d ??
Where can I go to see what is a typical starting pay for a job? specifically Healthcare jobs. CNA, LPN, CMA, and RN
I am going to be a CNA and would like to have an idea of what to expect and see what the difference would be between these four certifications...to help to decide which way I might want to go from my CNA...
Dont tell me its gross or its sad. Obviously thats most healthcare jobs. Dont give me emotional stuff like Doctors are jerks or patients are too impatient (no pun intended). I mean more along the lines of work shedules ,financial problems, you know universal issues
I'm moving to Port Saint Lucie,Florida.I live in Pensacola,Florida right now and I have my whole life. It's 10 hours away.
How much money should I save to start a new life in a new city before I leave? It's more expensive there,but they pay better and have alot more healthcare jobs which I work in a pharmacy.
The government(state and federal) spends money on things we all need.. law enforcement,roads and bridges,education,military,healthcare, jobs, etc. Things everyone wants. Cutting taxes would mean we would have less money to pay for all of these things. Our economy would shrink, our infrastructure would deteriorate,we would have no influence around the world, and we would become a third world country.
I'm a high school student, 16 years old, looking for a part time summer job. I've been toying with the idea of becoming a cart boy at a golf course, but heard this would be better pay and give me a small look into medicine which might be a possible career path for me. What does this job entail? Are there any other healthcare jobs you might recommend for a teenager, such as a nonmedical assistant?
Im a high school student and want a good job
what to do for Healthcare Administrator job in a pharmacy clinic?
I havent been to a recruiter yet,
Do you still have to go to basic?
Do you still get the benefits (health and dental)
Do you still have to meet the height and weight?
What about training? Such as a specialty job (healthcare job or something).
In your opinion or facts based on education,healthcare,jobs,& housing?
Answer a few questions please. A community agencie, church or state agencie or county agencie.
1) Whats your name or nickname, and the name of the agencie? is there a website to your agencie?
2) what type of services do you provide the families in the community, are their any requirements to qualify or fees?
3)do you collaborate with other agencies in the community to meet the needs of the clients. How is that collaboration accomplished?
4) How do clients find out of your services?
5) what are some of the most positive parts about your work, what are some frustrations?
6) how does one find employment in your field of work?
7) do you provide your clients with shelter, food, financial aid, healthcare, jobs?