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    Nurses in Troutdale


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    Business Listing   Adventist Medical Center - Gresham-Troutdale Family Medical- Adventist Health Medical Cli - Troutdale, OR - Phone: (503) 669-6800


    Business Listing   Alterra Clare Bridge of Troutdale - Troutdale, OR - Phone: (503) 465-8104


    Business Listing   Village Manor - Troutdale, OR - Phone: (503) 491-0553


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

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