Licensed Vocational Nurse
What does a Licensed Vocational Nurse do?
Licensed Vocational Nurses (LVN's) assist in the care of patients with medical problems.
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Licensed Vocational Nurses (LVN's) work in hospitals, both public and private, in nursing and convalescent homes, in medical clinics and for health service agencies, government agencies such as the Peace Corps, and in the military. Some are self-employed working through nursing agencies for private duty service.
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The CNEI nursing program prepares students to perform the rewarding work of caring for patients and assisting physicians. The program includes the following subjects:
Beginning Patient Care
Fundamentals of Nursing
Medical Surgical Nursing
Specialty Area Nursing
Advanced Medical Surgical Nursing
Leadership & Management in Nursing
At the conclusion of the course the student is eligible to take the State Examination for Licensed Vocational Nurse.
Cost: $29,500. Includes books and supplies.
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