Finding a rehabilitation nurse job can be challenging. In this article, I’ll cover the top 5 places to find nursing jobs in your area.
You can’t go wrong with a hospital. The majority of rehabilitation nurses work in hospitals, and depending on your specialty and experience, there are many different types of jobs available to you.
- If you want to work with patients who have suffered traumatic injuries like broken bones or gunshot wounds (which is called orthopedics), then a job as an orthopedic nurse would be ideal. These individuals will help the patient recover from their injuries by assisting with physical therapy exercises and making sure they eat healthy meals while they’re still in recovery mode.
- On the other hand, if you’re more interested in helping people who are recovering from strokes or heart attacks–and need additional care beyond just physical therapy–then becoming an intensive care unit (ICU) nurse would be best suited for your needs!
Long-term care facility
Long-term care facilities are the most common place to find a rehabilitation nurse job. There are many different types of long term care facilities, however, so it’s important for you to know what kind of facility you want to work at before applying for any jobs. Some long term care facilities are for specific populations, like veterans or people with mental health issues.
Long-term care nurses can also work in long-term acute care hospitals (LTACHs), skilled nursing facilities (SNFs), assisted living communities and hospices–all places where patients require ongoing medical attention from professionals who specialize in their needs.
Skilled nursing facility
Skilled nursing facilities (SNFs) are facilities that provide long-term care to individuals who need assistance with activities of daily living. The medical director of the facility is responsible for overseeing all aspects of patient care, including … Continue reading >>>