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What do Healthcare professionals do? Medical and health services managers, also referred to as healthcare executives or health care administrators, plan, direct, coordinate, and supervise the delivery of healthcare. Nursing aides-also known as nursing assistants, certified nursing assistants, geriatric aides, unlicensed assistive personnel, perform routine tasks under the supervision of nursing and medical staff. Registered nurses (RNs), perform basic duties that include treating patients, educating patients and the public about various medical conditions. RNs may specialize by providing preventive and acute care to newborns (neonatology), children and adolescents (pediatrics), adults, and the elderly (gerontology or geriatrics). Medical Assistant is one of U.S. News and World Report "100 Best Jobs of 2013." Registered Nurse, Nurse Practitioner and Physician Assistant are three of CNNMoney.com "100 Best Jobs in America."
Education and Training: Career college programs provide specialized training for jobs in healthcare. A few healthcare workers need bachelor's degrees to be social workers, health service managers, and some RNs. A majority of the technologist and technician occupations require a certificate or an associate degree; these programs usually have both classroom and clinical instruction and last about 2 years.
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