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What Attracted You To The Field of Nursing?
Work At Home Opportunities
Your Business Name (if applicable) "Nurses Let's Vent"
Please describe your business: A nursing newsletter offering stress reduction tips, time saving recipes, a forum for nurses to vent, share views and solve problems.
Street Address P.O. Box 71656
State Georgia E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Homepage Address http://NursesLetsVent.com
What type of business or categories under which you would like to be listed Support for Nurses, Nursing Interaction, Nursing Newsletter
Contact person(s): Elizabeth Jackson
In what date (month/year) did you start your business? Nov. 2000
How did you hear about the Nurse Entrepreneur Homesite? e-mail
How many years have you been practicing as a nurse 16
What made you decide to start your own business? To help other nurses dealing with stress
Employment changes in career? 3
What specific qualities and traits do you feel make nurses especially qualified to operate a business? expert knowledge, caring attitude
Your most pressing concerns with the profession and healthcare: Stress, nurses under paid for the risks they take and that the public is unaware of the huge responsibilities of nurses.
Other areas of interest and expertise: writing, computer graphics
See also: Georgia Nurses, Georgia Management Nursing Jobs, Georgia Schools of Nursing
Georgia Hotels & Travel: Georgia Golf Courses, Georgia Parks, Georgia, North America, Georgia Summer Camps, Georgia Theme Parks, Georgia Zoos and Aquariums, Six Flags over Georgia
Georgia Schools, Colleges, Universities: Georgia Institute of Technology, University of Georgia, Georgia State University, Georgia Southern University, Georgia State University College of Law, North Georgia College and State University, West Georgia College, Georgia College & State University, Georgia College & State University -- The J. Whitney Bunting School of Business, State University of West Georgia, University of Georgia School of Law, Georgia Institute of Technology -- DuPree School of Management, Georgia State University -- J. Mack Robinson College of Business, State University of West Georgia -- Richards College of Business, University of Georgia -- Terry College of Business
Georgia State Board of Nursing:"The Georgia Board of Nursing consists of eight members appointed by the Governor and is responsible for the regulation of 85,000 registered professional nurses and 4,500 advanced practice registered nurses. The Board is comprised of seven registered professional nurses and an eighth consumer member. As part of their responsibilities, board members develop rules and regulations that set the standards for nursing practice and education, provide the minimum qualifications for licensure, and ensure that disciplinary process is implemented in a fashion that guarantees due process and public protection. The Board meets for three days every other month.
237 Coliseum Drive Macon, GA 31217-3858 478.207.1640, email@example.com
Georgia Nurses Association:"Founded nearly a century ago for the purpose of uniting our profession, GNA is the state's largest professional nursing association for registered nurses in all practice settings. GNA has provided enormous support to advance the profession as a whole and nurses as individuals. Because the health care arena is in a continuing state of flux, nurses must speak with a collective voice. GNA is positioned to advocate for you while you advocate for your patients. Linked together, we can ensure nursing's agenda is heard in every arena"
Homecare, Home Health:
Georgia Home Care Association Inc. (GAHCA):"The Georgia Home Care Association Inc. (GAHCA) is a non-profit organization. Its member firms provide; Nursing, Personal Care and Companion/Sitter Services to individuals in their Private Residences (Home Care), and also supply Nurses and other Health Care Trained persons to a wide range of Health Care Facilties (for Staffing). GAHCA, is the only organization representing the Private Home Care Industry in Georgia, and since its beginning in 1990, it has been pivotal in advancing the well being of Georgia consumers needing Home Care Services, while continuing to offer diverse resources, educational, and professional development opportunities to its member firms. GAHCA was responsible for passage of the Private Home Care Provider Licensing Legislation under which its members are licensed by the State of Georgia, because we believe that providing the consumer with Good Service, is Good Business!"
Georgia Nursing Jobs, Nursing Agencies:
TLC Nursing Services:"Welcome! Since 1990, TLC Nursing Services has been one of the fastest growing providers of temporary healthcare staff in the industry. Our Corporate office is located in Blue Ridge, Georgia, with offices opening around the country. We provide Registered Nurses and other healthcare professionals in hospitals and managed care programs both locally and throughout the United States. Whether you are the healthcare employer looking for effective staffing solutions, or a healthcare professional looking for an exicting new career, we can help by matching the specific needs of the employer with one of the many professionals we have enrolled with our company."
Georgia Nursing News:
Nov. 2, 2000: Georgia Nurses Association and MiracleWorkers.com Present State's Highest Nursing Honor:""The Georgia Nurses Association, along with MiracleWorkers.com, a Headhunter.net company (NASDAQ: HHNT) and the leading healthcare recruiting site on the Internet, awarded the state's highest honor for distinguished service to Mary Long, RN, group vice president special projects with the Arthritis Foundation. "With 80,000 registered nurses in the state, the Association found many deserving of recognition, but Mary Long, RN, continuously rises above and beyond the call of duty," said Debbie Hatmaker, PhD, RN, president of the Georgia Nurses Association. Long has also served as Second Vice President, American Nurses Association, and on the Board of Trustees for the American Nurses Foundation and as president of the Georgia Nurses Association and the Georgia Nurses Foundation. Long started her career at Grady Memorial Hospital as a staff nurse in Ambulatory Care, becoming charge nurse and later Director, Community Health/Central Referral. She was the first Black elected President of the Georgia Nurses Association, the first minority Chairperson for Georgia Nurses (GNA) Political Action"
HB 1655 - Nursing homes; registered nurses pronounce death, Georgia House of Representatives - 1995/1996 Sessions:"When a patient dies in any facility classified as a
nursing home by the department and operating under a
permit issued by the department, a physician's assistant
or a registered professional nurse licensed in this state
and employed by such nursing home at the time of apparent
death of such person, in the absence of a physician, may
make the determination and pronouncement of the death of
said patient; provided, however, that, when said patient
is a registered organ donor, only a physician may make the
determination or pronouncement of death; provided,
further, that when it appears that a patient died from
other than natural causes, only a physician may make the
determination or pronouncement of death. Such
determination or pronouncement shall be made in writing on
a form approved by the department."
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Last updated by Andrew Lopez, RN on May 23, 2015
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