A Supreme Homecare - What is an RN?

What is an RN?

Simply put, an RN is a Registered Nurse; but at A-Supreme Nursing, an RN means so much more. Our nursing professionals are passionate, hard-working individuals that are eager to serve your needs and display their talent. When we send nurses to fill in positions at your facility, we are sending people who will see things with fresh eyes, demonstrate renewed motivation and drive, and work at their optimal levels.

The nursing professionals that choose to work with A-Supreme Nursing & Homecare are as diverse as the hospital staffing opportunities we can offer them. Whatever your staffing need, we have an abundance of excellent nurses to offer. The following are types of nurses we provide here at A-Supreme Nursing & Homecare:

  • Critical Care
  • Emergency
  • Neonatal
  • Hospice
  • Staff
  • Nephrology
  • Oncology
  • Labor and Delivery
  • Orthopedic
  • O.R.
  • Psychiatric
  • Nurse practitioner
  • Women’s Health Nurse Practitioner
  • And More!

Registered Nurses perform a multitude of tasks in the healthcare setting. They assist and consult with physicians and other healthcare professionals in treating patients. Often times, they themselves administer care. Their skill and value covers a wide array of needs in medical facilities. That’s why the demand for them is so high! A registered nurse is easily one of the most important people to the patient, because they often work very close with them. In addition to being a kind and caring face, they frequently monitor the patients well-being, perform diagnostic tests, operate medical machinery, and more. Registered Nurses truly affect the patients’ experience, and have the opportunity to change the quality of the patients’ life.

Did you know Nursing is now considered one of the top ten fastest growing fields in the U.S.? According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics’ Employment Projections, it is expected that the number of nurses needed by 2022 will increase to 1.05 million.