The Rewards of a Career in Healthcare

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With March upon us, many will seek out the Luck of the Irish. For many, our careers contribute to that wealth. Working in healthcare is definitely the Pot of Gold! Can you think of a more rewarding job?

Healthcare workers hold a sense of pride like no other occupation. Helping others in their time of need is an uplifting feeling that only the healthcare worker can experience on a daily basis, on so many levels.

Making an Impact

Professionals choose to work in healthcare because they want to make a positive impact on people’s lives. Health is a universal human need. Healthcare workers support people’s health and well-being, often working with teams of other passionate healthcare workers with a shared mission. Many healthcare professions involve spending time with patients, working with exciting new technologies, and collaborating with interdisciplinary healthcare team members. Not to mention the great pay healthcare professionals receive, which is so well deserved. All-in-all, benefits like these make healthcare careers meaningful.

Learn & Grow

Most healthcare professionals work in fast-paced environments with new patients arriving every day and continuous developments in treatments and medical technology. Healthcare offers professionals a highly stimulating work environment; this is ideal for individuals who enjoy the prospect of lifelong learning. 

Endless Opportunities

Now, more than ever, we need healthcare workers; and the opportunities are endless. Whether you want to become an LNA, a nurse, a phlebotomist, learn how to do EKGs, or become CPR certified, LNA Health Careers has a class for you! Please know, LNA Health Careers offers so much more than just classes. You will have top notch instructors to teach you, support in writing a resume, tips for job interviews, and we will always stay connected with all of our alumni.  Our students are truly lucky all year round!

-Kerri Dutton, RN: Owner & Director of LNA Health Careers

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