If compassion, caregiving, and human connection are ideal career qualities for you, you might want to consider the Practical Nursing program at American School of Nursing and Medical Careers.
Practical nurses play an important role in client care. Whether they are giving medications or providing wound care, practical nurses are in tune with the clients’ needs. They are the ones who help keep a watchful eye on a client’s immediate health status and the ones who administer medication.
Day in the Life for Practical Nursing
- Take and record vital signs
- Give medication
- Notify health care providers and RNs on clients’ status
- Help health care providers with client procedures
- Maintain records of patients’ medical histories
- Answer patient questions over the phone
- Prepare and maintain equipment
- Monitor medication and patients’ responses
- Assist in patients’ personal hygiene
The Practical Nurse training program doesn’t require any prior experience. Consider applying to the Practical Nurse program if you’re empathetic, responsible, and hard-working. If you’d like to develop these skills, now is a perfect time!
Graduates of American School of Nursing's Practical Nursing program are prepared to achieve licensure as Licensed Practical Nurses after graduation by taking and passing the NCLEX-PN examination. Our program is approved by the New Hampshire Board of Nursing and Accredited by the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing.