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Ambulatory Care Nurse

RN Diploma, ASN or BSN

Ambulatory Care Nurses take care of patients in environments outside of hospitals. Their primary focus lies in pain management and general health education for patients with chronic injuries or illness. They provide the medical screenings, triage, and case management that help restore a patient’s ability to live independently.

Things You'll Do:

  • Provide pain management
  • Focus on patient’s general health
  • Create treatment plans

Your job characteristics:

  • Multifaceted
  • Patient-facing
  • Independent

How You'll Get There
    There are no steps defined for this Specialty.

More About this Specialty
  • Where You
    Can Work

    • Community Clinics
    • Schools
    • Home care

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  • What Else You
    Can Expect

    • Recent technology allows doctors to perform more surgical procedures in ambulatory clinics, which has created an increased need for Ambulatory Care Nurses.

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