Cardiac Care Nurse

Cardiac Care Nurse

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Cardiac Care Nurses treat patients suffering from heart diseases and conditions. According to the Center for Disease Control, heart disease is the leading cause of death in US. 1.5 million heart attacks occur each year, and nearly 80 million Americans suffer from heart conditions, and the number of cardiac patients continues to rise. As a Cardiac Care Nurse, you can help a wide variety of patients, from children to the elderly, in surgical or ambulatory settings.

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Cardiac Care Nurses treat patients suffering from heart diseases and conditions. According to the Center for Disease Control, heart disease is the leading cause of death in US. 1.5 million heart attacks occur each year, and nearly 80 million Americans suffer from heart conditions, and the number of cardiac patients continues to rise. As a Cardiac Care Nurse, you can help a wide variety of patients, from children to the elderly, in surgical or ambulatory settings.

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  • RN - Cardiac Telemetry Opportunities - GHS

    Posted Nov 14, 2017 by Bob Flair

    Greenville Health System is looking for Cardiac nurses for day and night shifts at Laurens County Hospital in Clinton, SC. Great opportunity to work for a great organization in the Upstate area of beautiful SC! For more information go to www.careers.ghs.org and reference job id #'s 31741 and 31742.

  • 2016 Annual Symposium

    Posted Feb 10, 2016 by Garret Armes

    THE PREMIER PREVENTIVE CARDIOVASCULAR NURSING CONFERENCE

    Renaissance Orlando
    April 14-17

    PCNA's Annual Symposium is your source for cutting-edge information, best practices, and national guidelines in cardiovascular risk reduction and disease management. Join fellow nurses, nurse practitioners, clinical nurse specialists, physicians, diabetes educators, dietitians, e...

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    THE PREMIER PREVENTIVE CARDIOVASCULAR NURSING CONFERENCE

    Renaissance Orlando
    April 14-17

    PCNA’s Annual Symposium is your source for cutting-edge information, best practices, and national guidelines in cardiovascular risk reduction and disease management. Join fellow nurses, nurse practitioners, clinical nurse specialists, physicians, diabetes educators, dietitians, exercise physiologists, and other cardiovascular health care professionals at the premier cardiovascular nursing conference.

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  • Electronic spoon helps lower sodium for patients at University of Kentucky

    Posted Apr 30, 2015 by Adam Burkhart
  • Cardiac nurses strengthen hearts and minds of recovering patients

    Posted Jan 16, 2015 by Adam Burkhart
  • 2015 21st Annual Symposium in Annaheim

    Posted Jan 15, 2015 by Garret Armes

    Top 5 Reasons to Attend

    Learn what's new in preventive cardiology
    Earn continuing education credits
    Network with colleagues in your field
    Learn about the latest products and services in the Exhibit Hall
    Meals included in registration costs

  • How to Become a Cardiac Nurse

    Posted Jan 15, 2015 by Garret Armes

    Cardiac, or cardiovascular, nurses are often specialized advanced practice registered nurses (APRNs) who work alongside cardiologists and other healthcare providers to provide comprehensive cardiovascular care for patients with acute and chronic heart maladies. Advanced practice registered nurses sub-specializing in cardiology practice under primary specializations as clin...

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    Cardiac, or cardiovascular, nurses are often specialized advanced practice registered nurses (APRNs) who work alongside cardiologists and other healthcare providers to provide comprehensive cardiovascular care for patients with acute and chronic heart maladies. Advanced practice registered nurses sub-specializing in cardiology practice under primary specializations as clinical nurse specialists and nurse practitioners, often holding multiple specialty certifications specific to patient population or other sub-specializations such as acute care.

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