No. You would need to have an RN or LPN license to work as a Medication/dosing nurse.
Well I know a Dr hasn't stepped foot into a clinic in Memphis in a year, a nurse practitioner is in control of everyone's wellness, and she likes to mess with that, blames other people for mistakes, and don't know how she sleeps at night
It varies from state to state depending on law. In Louisiana you must have a LPN or RN status license. Medical Assistant will conduct urinalysis for patients and physicala which includes drawing blood.
No. A Medical Assistant would qualify for front desk work and assist with medical needs such as urine tests.
Answered - Employee (Former Employee) - USA
No, medication nurses need to have licensure.
Answered - Program Director (Current Employee) - Kansas City, MO
No-You must be an LPN or RN
Answered - LPN (Current Employee) - Westminster, CO
No. A medical assistant would not have the appropriate qualifications for the "medication nurse" position.
Answered - LPN (Current Employee) - Paducah, KY
This is GREAT question. Medication nurse is an LPN/RN who is responsible for dispensing medication to patients in accordance with the doctors orders. BHG does hire Medical Assistants, you will just want to apply for a Medical Assistant role. :)
Yes, BHG has an onsite physician's assistant and a doctor.
Answered - Counselor (Current Employee) - Nashville, TN
As a counselor, I conduct individual and group therapy sessions. Additionally, I provide case management services, crisis intervention, and treatment planning.
The position provides the opportunity to learn about the difficulties encountered by those who struggle with opioid dependence and mental health issues.
Answered - Counselor (Former Employee) - Nashville, TN