Ambulatory Care Nurses are registered nurses who provide care to individuals, families, and groups on an episodic basis, with a single encounter typically being less than 24 hours long. They may work in health care facilities, schools, workplaces, community-based environments, or through multimedia communications. These nurses focus on helping patients find cost-effective ways to remain well and independent for as long as possible. They manage both chronic and acute diseases in ways that optimize the health status of patients throughout their lives.
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Ambulatory Care Nurses earn about $44,000 a year. You can find all available ambulatory care nursing jobs using our search engine.
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