Community Health Nursing

Community Health Nurses sometimes are also called Public Health Nurses. Community Health Nurses or Public Health Nurses are registered nurses who are trained to work in public health settings such as county or state health departments, schools, jails, and businesses. One of the primary functions of a community health nurse is to spot health issues within the community and to supply health care to patients who might not have access to, or be able to afford, medical services. Because of their roles within the community as caregivers, they often form close bonds among the communities they serve and form lasting relationships. By improving poor health practices and maintaining safe home or work surroundings by providing patients’ lower risks to their health and require fewer visits to health care facilities. The goal of a community health nurses is to educate patients through community-based intervention programs which will identify and improve multiple health problems.

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