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Choosing the Right Nursing School Matters

The nursing program that you choose to attend could affect your career and professional trajectory for years to come. While it’s not the only thing that counts, enrolling in a high-quality nursing program will lay a strong foundation for your career mobility and job prospects. So, choosing the right one will certainly pay off.

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LPNs vs RNs: What’s the Difference?

While RNs (Registered Nurse) and LPNs (Licensed Practical Nurse) are both fulfilling careers in healthcare, there are aspects of each that make them very different from one another. If you’re about to begin your educational journey as a nurse and unsure which path is right for you, it’s important to understand the following differences between RNs and LPNs.

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Top 3 Challenges for Nursing Students

Congratulations! You did it—you got into the nursing school of your choice. Are you ready to take on everything that could come your way as a nursing student?

Bear in mind that the coursework, homework, and clinical work that you’re about to take on as a nursing student are all designed for one thing: to prepare you to hold a patient’s life in your hands. In school, you will be taught how to make life-changing decisions, exercise quick decision making and critical thinking skills, as well as demonstrate expert clinical expertise.

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What Does It Take to Be an EMT?

Emergency Medical Technicians (EMTs) have one of the most exciting and fulfilling jobs in healthcare.

On the other hand, as first-line medical and emergency responders, they can expect their jobs to be quite intense and demanding. The job certainly takes commitment and dedication, even to just get into the field.

Let’s break down exactly why that is and what it really takes to be an EMT:

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How to become a Nurse after High School

Nursing is a high-demand career field. While it requires a certain level of education and training, beginning a career in Registered Nursing does not mean several more years of college and an extensive residency before entering the field.

RNs can begin in their career field with an associate’s degree, so it can be a great way to enter the medical field after high school.

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How to get into Nursing School

How to get into Nursing School

How to get into Nursing School

Nursing is a career that you can begin upon completion of an accredited nursing school program.

Your nursing education will prepare you to enter the field of nursing in as little as two years, and you will be taking care of patients in hospitals, clinics, nursing homes and more. The possibilities are endless! And it all begins with enrollment in a nursing school program.

The requirements for getting into the nursing school program at HCI College include the general admission requirements and the nursing program requirements.

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