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Business Listing   Alpine Home Care - Ogden, UT - Phone: (801) 392-8880


Business Listing   Applegate Homecare & Hospice - South Davis - Ogden, UT - Phone: (801) 394-3250


Business Listing   Aspen Care Center - Ogden, UT - Phone: (801) 399-5846


Business Listing   Bierer David R MD - Ogden, UT - Phone: (801) 337-5800


Business Listing   Crestwood Care Center - Ogden, UT - Phone: (801) 627-2273


Business Listing   Daywest Health Care Services Inc - Ogden, UT - Phone: (801) 531-0884


Business Listing   Gardens Assisted Living - Ogden, UT - Phone: (801) 394-1400


Business Listing   Heritage Brookside Home Care - Ogden, UT - Phone: (801) 732-8000


Business Listing   Infinia Healthcare of Ogden - Ogden, UT - Phone: (801) 782-3740


Business Listing   Manorcare Health Services - Ogden, UT - Phone: (801) 479-8455


Business Listing   Marriott Rodney G - Ogden, UT - Phone: (801) 479-0361


Business Listing   Medical Clinic North Ogden - Ogden, UT - Phone: (801) 782-3400


Business Listing   MT Ogden Nursing & Rehabilitation Center - Ogden, UT - Phone: (801) 479-5700


Business Listing   Rocky Mountain Home Health Care & Hospice - Ogden, UT - Phone: (801) 479-3200


Business Listing   Wasatch Care Center - Ogden, UT - Phone: (801) 399-5609


Business Listing   Washington Terrace Health Serivces - Ogden, UT - Phone: (801) 479-9855


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Helpful Definition for: Nurses

Nurses are medical professionals who treat patients from the sideline, along with other members of a medical team, primarily headed by a doctor. Nurses may be either registered or licensed vocational nurses. Nurses in Ogden are an important part of any medical team as they play many roles. Their job responsibility includes taking care of the patients, carrying out the doctor’s orders, monitoring medical equipment, giving medications, etc.

In many hospitals in Ogden, nurses may also need to perform administrative jobs like supervising a ward, maintaining employee reviews, and  overseeing other administrative issues related to a hospital or clinic. A nurse may often have to perform multiple functions in a hospital set-up.

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