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Supporting Grieving Families As A Nurse

By AHS | August 17, 2017

Nursing does not stop with the patient. There's good news and bad news when it comes to dealing with a grieving family. First, the bad news: there is nothing you can say or do at that moment to take away their pain. With that being said, the good news is that: the pressure is off to come up with the right thing to say because of that! Your role is not to comfort them, but to provide support. Support is different for every family because each family will have different needs, but in moments of crisis and shock, helping meeting the family's basic and practical needs can be the most helpful. Here are some things to keep in mind as you evaluate the situation and how you can help the family best:


Dream Job in South Carolina

By AHS | August 16, 2017

We have an immediate opening for a Chronic Dialysis RN in Aiken, South Carolina

Welcome to Aiken, South Carolina: a place like no other. A true Southern beauty, Aiken is canopied in majestic live oaks, decorated with beautifully landscaped gardens and dotted with massive estate homes harking back to the 1800s when Aiken was a winter colony retreat for the wealthy.

Aiken exudes pure Southern charm. Once you visit, however, you will find that Aiken is much more than just a pretty place. Deemed as an All American City, Aiken is also urban, spo

Dream Job

By AHS | August 09, 2017

We have an immediate opening for a Dialysis Technician in Union Gap, Washington! 

Nestled in the “gap” of two mountains, Union Gap is where old traditions blend with contemporary ideas. Founded more than a century ago, this charming community is actually the original Yakima City until it was renamed in 1917. Now, it is a thriving center of activity, abounding with festivals, museums, restaurants and shops, all conveniently close to the major thoroughfares of the Yakima Valley. Union Gap is also home to the largest collection of antiq

How To Avoid Nursing Burnout

By AHS | August 03, 2017

Workplaces are experiencing a burnout epidemic, and no profession has been hit harder than healthcare. It has been reported that up to 60% of healthcare professionals say they are burned out that has caused disengagement, chronic exhaustion, cynicism and feeling ineffective on the job. This is not something to take lightly, either. This is something much more than having a rough day at work, and can be detrimental to your mental health and how you perform while trying to save patients lives. Here are some strategies on how to prevent this from happening to you!

1. Put Yourself First (for a moment or two)

Getting adequate Recovery is critical to preventing burnout, and selfless giving, in the abse

Dream Job in Minnesota

By AHS | August 02, 2017

We have an immediate opening for an Chronic Dialysis RN in Faribault, Minnesota! 

Welcome to Faribault, a dynamic, growing community of 23,352 residents situated at the confluence of the Cannon and Straight Rivers in Southern Minnesota. Located along Interstate 35, just 25 minutes south of the Twin Cities metropolitan area, our community enjoys the advantages and conveniences of being near a major metropolitan center while providing the livability of small town Minnesota. Faribault offers an atmosphere of planned, well-managed growth against a r




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