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Recruiters - Hospitals

Lizz Garbett

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For 50 years now, Youth Home has been changing lives and saving families by providing compassionate emotional and behavioral health care. Our approximately 52 acre campus provides a peaceful refuge for our patients and families to heal. At Youth Home our nurses work hand in hand with doctors, therapists and other team members to ensure that the patients we serve receive the care they need. Youth Home is looking for enthusiastic, compassionate, and caring nurses to join our team. If you have a passion for kids and want to make a true impact on their future then Youth Home is the place for you! To learn how you can join our team, go online to www.YouthHome.org or give us a call at 501-821-5500.

 

Nursing Notes

“There are all different levels of experience. There is also a separation of culture. Many older nurses are afraid of change. New nurses are often very willing and eager, but lack the clinical experience. There is a great opportunity for exchange of information and ideas however, nursing has largely been a culture of ‘nurses eat their young.’ It is a job trying to instill a different culture and ideology. The best managers are not managers at all. They are leaders.” 

 

Jessica Rouse, RN, Chief nursing officer, Rivendell
 
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