A person can spend years and even decades of their lifetime working toward a specific career goal: practicing medicine. After they complete their educational training they may have to sign on for a lengthy residency where their knowledge and skills are put to the test to determine if they are ready to work unsupervised with patients. Even after completing a residency a doctor may still be asked to complete further training if they wish to specialize in a particular area of their chosen field.
My clients are medical professionals working in emergency rooms, surgery centers, mini-clinics, rehabilitation homes, and hospitals. The majority however work in nursing homes. The clients are on the front lines of our modern medical war on cost cutting and corporate profit maximization.
Nurses are trusted with more than just patient care in Pennsylvania hospitals and clinics. They have access to their patients' records, prescriptions, personal effects and other sensitive information. Because they have such open access to the critical and sometimes delicate data on those who are under their care they must be able to demonstrate their trustworthiness when they seek to obtain employment in the state.