Duties and Responsibilities of Our Nurse Practitioners


CREDIBLE HEALTHCARE SOLUTION, your nursing staffing agency in New Bedford, Massachusetts, take pride in the healthcare professionals our agency outsources in the different healthcare facilities.

Our healthcare staffing agency houses different types of equally helpful and effective nurses in their fields. However, often, especially first-time employers, interchange their roles with one another. Hence, to eradicate the confusion, hereunder are the types of nurses we hire and their specific duties and responsibilities:

  • Certified Nursing Assistants (CNAs).
    Our caregivers or certified nursing assistants in New Bedford, Massachusetts, are in charge of recording patients’ vital signs and keeping precise records of their results in the patient’s chart. Furthermore, they remind patients to take their medications and provide them with personal care, feeding, ambulation, and mobility assistance.
  • Licensed Practical Nurses (LPNs).
    Our licensed practical nurses in Connecticut primarily supervise our CNAs. They also perform tasks like basic bed care such as wound dressing, tracking the patient’s eating habits, assembling equipment (like catheters, oxygen supply, IV set-ups, and nebulizers), interviewing patients, and examining their medical history. Lastly, they assist patients in admittance, billing, and referral.
  • Registered Nurses (RNs).
    They supervise both our caregivers in Massachusetts and our LPNs, but their tasks are more in-depth and complex than those stated previously. They observe and record the patients’ behaviors, consult with other healthcare professionals, create personalized treatment plans for patients, perform diagnostic services, treat medical emergencies like allergies and stroke, and perform medication administration.

Fill the vacancies in your healthcare facilities with our nurses who have excellent track records and long-term experience in the nursing field. Contact us to get started!

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