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 Can an LPN work in a hospital?

Answer Licensed practical nurses (LPNs) can work in hospitals. In fact, in 2008, hospitals employed about 25 percent of LPNs, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics' "Occupational Outlook Handbo... Read More »
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Should I work as a cna in a regular hospital or psych hospital?

I think I would choose the regular hospital.
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Who do midwifes work with in a hospital?

They can work with radiogragphers (scans), midwife assistants, doctors, surgeons (C-sections), delvery room staff, anaesthetists and post-natal nurses.
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Is volunteer work in a Hospital tax deductible?

Volunteer work is not deductible. Otherwise, I would not owe any tax!
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HCA hospital work: what does the abbreviation stand for?

HCA hospital work stands for working with a Hospital Corporation of America facility. HCA was founded in 1968 and was one of the first hospital companies in the United States. Based in Nashville, i... Read More »
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