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As Gov. Scott’s Medicaid Proposals Debated, New Study Finds Florida Ranks 5th Nationally in Nursing

As the impact of Florida Governor Rick Scott’s Medicaid proposals are a hot topic of debate in the health policy community, a new analysis detailing the significance of Florida’s skilled nursing sector to the state’s economic activity finds this key local employer generates $11.63 billion annually and helps support 145,114 local jobs statewide. This ranks Florida as fifth nationally in terms of nursing facility-generated economic activity, and makes the skilled nursing sector Florida’s second largest health facility employer after hospitals.

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2011 ASHHRA Annual Conference

American Society for Healthcare Human Resources Administration
46th Annual Conference & Exposition
September 25-28, 2010
Tampa Convention Center
333 South Franklin Street
Tampa, FL 33602

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Fla. adds 64 new nursing programs in 18 months

Florida has added 64 new nursing education programs of all types in the 18 months since a new law went into effect easing the approval process.

A legislative report Friday said the Board of Nursing approved programs at triple the rate for the previous 18 months.

The Legislature revised the process in response to a nursing shortage.

The Office of Program Policy Analysis & Government Accountability reported the new programs have increased student seats by 20 percent and enrollment by 13 percent. It’s too early, though, to tell now the changes have affected graduation and retention rates or employment outcomes.

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New programs addressing need for nurses in SWFL

Nursing jobs remain in high demand across the nation and in Southwest Florida.

The Florida Center for Nursing expects a steady increase in the need for nurses over the next 15 years, regardless of the economy.  Now more schools are stepping up, hoping to fill the expected shortages.

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Health care companies work together to draw job seekers

Nurse Erin Bradley’s career got a quick boost Wednesday as she added her name to the work rosters of a handful of local home health care companies in just minutes.

“This is so easy; it’s just bam! bam! bam!,” said Bradley, 30, a licensed practical nurse from Cape Coral.

Ten home health companies put their competitive instincts aside to recruit nurses and caregivers at a career fair at the Southwest Florida Works office in Fort Myers.

More than 100 health care workers attended looking for opportunities to work.

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Health care companies work together to draw job seekers

Nurse Erin Bradley’s career got a quick boost Wednesday as she added her name to the work rosters of a handful of local home health care companies in just minutes.

“This is so easy; it’s just bam! bam! bam!,” said Bradley, 30, a licensed practical nurse from Cape Coral.

Ten home health companies put their competitive instincts aside to recruit nurses and caregivers at a career fair at the Southwest Florida Works office in Fort Myers.

More than 100 health care workers attended looking for opportunities to work.

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Nursing Job A Day

Are you a nurse, radiology technician, physical therapist or other healthcare professional looking for an exciting and rewarding career? Florida Hospital has nursing jobs, radiology positions, and a variety of medical employment opportunities that allow you to share your dedication and compassion. In addition to our technologist and nursing job openings you’ll find positions for medical assistants, medical techs, radiologists, pharmacy jobs, and many more.

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Florida Center for Nursing Issues Nursing Shortage Report

The Florida Center for Nursing recently released a new report forecasting the supply and demand of registered nurses and licensed practical nurses for the state for the next 15 years. The report also took into account the recent recession and the passage of the health care reform legislation.

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New nursing school gives students hands-on training

With the unemployment rate in Florida at 11.9 percent, more people are returning to the classroom. Or in some cases, a make-shift emergency room.

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Florida Career College Launches LPN to RN Transitional Nursing Program at Boynton Beach Campus

The Florida Agency for Workforce Innovation cites healthcare as the top field for employment from August 2009 - August 2010 as more than 22,000 new jobs were added, the largest single block of the state’s general employment gain of nearly 37,000 new jobs. To keep pace with this growing field, on Monday, January 3, 2011, the Florida Career College School of Nursing will add a new transitional program for Licensed Practical Nurses (LPNs) who want to become Registered Nurses (RNs).

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