Georgia

Georgia

List of Georgia schools offering degree programs in nursing, RN-to-BSN, RN-to-MSN, LPN, CNA, and more.

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Georgia

Numerous job opportunities exist for qualified nurses in the state of Georgia, especially in the fields of Women's Health, Occupational Health, Psychiatry, Midwifery, forensic studies and substance abuse treatment.  Many clinical nurses in Georgia find employment in the state's more than 150 general hospitals.  Others populate doctors' offices, schools, rehab centers, long term care facilities and private homes.  Some nurses work in non clinical settings.  These include teachers, counselors, researchers and administrators.  However, no matter where you end up working as a nurse in Georgia, you'll need a nursing degree of some kind, and these days there are many kinds to choose from.

Georgia

When you hear "Georgia" you may think of southern belles and Civil War history. Georgia is far more than historical sites such as the healing Warm Springs where President Franklin Roosevelt spent his time. Atlanta is the hub for all transportation in the South and the home for major corporations such as Coca-Cola and Turner Broadcasting. Hampton, which is just outside of Atlanta, draws NASCAR fans to the Atlanta Motor Speedway, and baseball enthusiasts pay their respects at the Ty Cobb Museum in Royston.