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Consider a Healthcare Job in Long-Term Care

Consider-Healthcare-Job-Long-Term-Care-Premier-Medical-Staffing-Services-ImageAre you ready to find a more rewarding career in healthcare? Consider bringing your nursing skills to a long-term care environment that will affect the patients and other nurses in a positive way? They will benefit from your experience, patience, ideas, and mentorship. As a contract nurse, you can provide a new set of skills and experiences in a long-term care facility which can improve the facility’s practices and patient care.

There are a variety of opportunities for long-term care healthcare jobs in Wisconsin and nationwide! We’ll work with you to discover your position, benefits, and scheduling needs then we take that information to medical employers to find the best fit for you. All at no cost to you. Now is a great time to consider all your reasons to have a healthcare job in long-term care with Premier Medical Staffing Services.

Make a Difference as a Nurse in Long-Term Care

Make-a-Difference-Healthcare-Job-Long-Term-Care-Premier-Medical-Staffing-Services-ImageAs a nurse in a long-term care facility, you will help patients with the basics of day to day living. Your assistance will provide dignity and comfort to those in need. Elderly and disabled patients along with their family members will appreciate the care, respect, and passion you display on the job at a long-term care community.

Nursing Skills Needed in Long-Term Care

Working with mostly the geriatric population in long-term care facilities, nurses with experience in recognizing and managing sensory and pain problems, cardiovascular, respiratory, gastrointestinal, urinary, psychiatric/psychosocial, and neurological will thrive in this environment.

Be Part of an Integrative Team in Long-Term Care

The exposure to an interdisciplinary team as a long-term care nurse is a big draw for this job setting. You will be able to see what other healthcare providers such as social workers, physicians, physical therapists, speech language pathologists, and more do to help your long-term care patients to achieve the best results. Being part of a larger care team as a long-term care nurse is both rewarding and educational.

Why Work for Premier for Long-Term Care Jobs

Types of Long-Term Care Jobs for Healthcare Professionals

We have a variety of medical job opportunities waiting for you in long-term care! There are openings for contract, full-time, part-time, or per diem.

Certification

  • Certified Nursing Assistant
  • Licensed Practical Nurse
  • Registered Nurse

Facility Setting

  • Assisted Living
  • Home Health
  • Rehabilitation
  • Skilled Nursing Facility

Interested in Nurse Long-Term Care Jobs

Ready to take your first step in learning more about opportunities in long-term care? Submit your information below and one of our Talent Acquisition Managers will gladly fill you in on the openings and next steps that best fit your experience and interest.

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