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LPNs carry out nursing tasks that are more complex than those that nurse’s aides complete but less complex than the duties of a registered nurse. LPNs monitor the health of patients and look for signs that their health is deteriorating or improving. They check vital signs and watch for changes in monitor readings.

LPNs perform basic nursing functions like changing bandages and wound dressings. They comfort patients and make sure basic needs such as food and fluid intake are in order. Licensed practical nurses may also administer medications in some settings depending on institutional and state standards.


An RN, short for registered nurse, treats patients and provides advice and emotional support to them and their families. Some educate patients, as well as the public, about medical conditions.

There are many nursing specialties including critical care, addiction, oncology, neonatology, geriatrics, and pediatrics. Some RNs work in multiple specialties, for example, pediatric oncology. There are also registered nurses who provide primary or specialty care to patients.

They are clinical nurse specialists, nurse practitioners, and nurse midwives.

Home Health Aid (HHA)

A home health aide cares for people who have disabilities, chronic illnesses, cognitive impairments, or age-related problems. He or she provides basic services that include administering medications, changing bandages, and checking vital signs like temperature, and pulse and respiration rates.

Occupational Therapist

An occupational therapist (OT) is a health professional who is responsible for helping patients regain their ability to perform daily living and work activities. His or her patients have generally lost these abilities because of mental, physical, or developmentally or emotionally disabling conditions.

An occupational therapist is one member of a rehabilitation team that may also include a physical therapist, speech pathologist, psychologist, and social worker.

OTs may work with particular populations, for example, children or the elderly, or they may work in specialized settings including mental health

Physical Therapist

People who have been in accidents or have disabling conditions such as low-back pain, arthritis, heart disease, fractures, head injuries and cerebral palsy turn to physical therapists, commonly called PTs, for help. These health professionals use a variety of techniques, called modalities, to restore function, improve mobility, relieve pain and prevent or limit permanent physical disabilities in their patients.

PTs supervise physical therapist assistants and physical therapy aides and, along with them, are members of a team that also includes doctors, occupational therapists, and speech pathologists.


We have opportunities for interns interested in Management, Nursing or Therapy