Best Heath Care Jobs

There is a lot of choice available to you if you wish to go into medical. In this article I talk about the best health care jobs available to anyone with a masters, or without one, in the relevant field. If you want to interact with patients, or do not, we have jobs of both kind in this list.
Mental Health Therapist Mental Health therapy is a vast field. You can specialize in marriage counseling, drug and abuse counseling, clinical psychiatry, or become a clinical psychiatrist. Note the difference between a psychologist and a psychiatrist: a psychiatrist is a trained medical doctor who has specialized in caring for mental ailments of patients, whereas a psychologist is someone who has studied psychology in graduate school, and is not necessarily a doctor. A mental health therapist will be a psychiatrist.
Nursing If you do not want a costly education, and are inclined to care for patients in a more hands-on manner, nursing might be the job for you. In most countries, a nursing diploma or degree takes only about 3-4 years, with some trainee experience thrown in. For example, in New Zealand you require to complete a Bachelor of Nursing course that runs for three years. In the US, you can become a Registered Nurse after graduating from a state-approved school of nursing, and then passing a state approved Registered Nurse program. You can also become Nursing Aides or Licensed Practical Nurse.
Health Administrator A health administrator is the one job in this list that does not require you to interact with patients on a daily basis. Health care administrators are professionals with masters who run hospitals, clinics, and other types of health-care facilities. They are the floor managers of the health-care team.
Physical Therapist If you want to influence the lives of your patients in the most effective manner, giving the best bang for the buck, this may be the job for you. As a physical therapist your job will be to help the patients increase their mobility, relieve pain, and in other manner become more mobile in their lives. You can become a physical therapist by getting a Master of Physical Therapy, part from other avenues.
Dental Hygienist A dental hygienist provides his or her patients with oral care. This is different from being a dentist. A dentist has a masters in dental, but a dental hygienist has completed a four-year baccalaureate program or a two-year associate program that has been accredited by the American Dental Association’s Commission on Dental Accreditation.

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