Making a difference anytime, anywhere & always!💚 Did you know that nursing is the nation's largest healthcare profession, with approximately 4.2 million RNs & 355,000 NPs practicing across America?? According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the employment of RNs is projected to grow 6% each year from 2021 to 2031 - faster than the average for all occupations! The employment of NPs is also projected to grow rapidly in the coming years, with a 40% increase expected by 2031!
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OHC Nurses have been on-site at a local hospital working with their infectious disease department to reduce inhouse infections. They conducted Hand Hygiene observation, audits and training. The program did over 2,000 observations per month in all departments in the hospital. Pictured are OHC Nurses Judy Wu and Vickie Puopolo-Chipman who have worked on this assignment.
Meet Tina Lopez, RN! Tina joined the OHC nurse team back in November of 2022 and we couldn't be happier! Image text- "'Continually expanding my knowledge is my favorite part of healthcare and my job.' If you run into trouble while on the job, you'd be lucky to have Tina Lopez, RN, as your Occupational Health Nurse! With a background in emergency medicine, she is happy to be part of the team at OHC."
Meet one of our many wonderful nurses, Molly! She has been working with us since December, 2022. We're so glad to have you on the OHC nurse team! Image text - "I love Occupational Health Nursing because it gives me the opportunity to care for our workers and ensure they are safe, happy and productive at work. The nursing support we offer in the workplace is so important and I'm blessed to be able to reach out and touch lives uniquely every day."
Roses are red, Violets are blue, OHC loves nurses, Yes we do. We love each one, The great and the small, But our long-time nurses, We love most of all. OHC loves our long-time employees! In OHC’s 23 years, we have had many amazing nurses come and go – and many come back! Here are OHC’s most treasured long-time employees. These amazing nurses have worked for OHC for many years and on many different assignments. We are so lucky to have them on our team. (Poem by our own Rachel!)
We are inviting you and all Occupational Health Nurses colleagues to the join Northeast Association of Occupational Health Nurses and one of the 10 NEAOHN States for FREE! Yes – that is correct, NO CHARGE if you live or work in our region! This is a limited time offer that runs until May 12, 2023 (Florence Nightingale's birthday - the original Occ Health Nurses because she cared for soldiers during the Crimean War). You MUST live or be employed in one of these states: Connecticut Delaware Maine Massachusetts New Hampshire New Jersey New York Pennsylvania Rhode Island Vermont To access this [...]
Paul and I were proud to accept two awards at the 2023 Bread & Roses Community Appreciation Night. We received the Couple of the Year Award and OHC received a Partner Appreciation Award. We love working with Bread and Roses, a soup kitchen in Lawrence, MA!