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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Pay Your first option involves finding a nursing program and earning your nursing degree and passing the National Council Licensure Examination for Registered Nurses (NCLEX-RN) Once youre become a registered nurse, you can then start working toward a graduate degree in emergency nursing. Flight Nurse Evaluating the patients ailments and/or needs and providing them with proper medical care and treatment until the patient safely reaches the hospital. Administering and/or injections to ease the patients pain & suffering. Replacing lost blood through the use of blood transfusion devices. Stitching up injuries, providing splints, doing incisions and performing minor operations if necessary Education The average pay for a flight nurse in October of 2013, as reported by the website, is $54,000, and an experienced flight nurse with a bachelor's degree in nursing can make up to $97,000 a year. overall staff size and many other varying factors that play a role in influencing the number of hours a flight nurse is able to work on a month to month basis, however there are a decent number of health care organizationsthat require flight nurses to operate on 2 to 4 (24 hour) shifts on a per week basis. Weekly Hours Great nurses have empathy for the pain and suffering of patients. I think that I'm very empathetic. Located at Newman Regional Health Sacrifices Rewards *I will have to give up free time. *I won't make very good money at first *I will have to get over my fear of blood. *The job will help me think fast on my feet *I will get the chance to help save lives. *I will get to do something most people don't get to do on a daily basis
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