Veterinarians

As a veterinarian in New Haven, you have specialized skills to treat sick and injured animals. This ability is not easily achieved, it requires years of schooling to earn a degree as a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine. You also have to pass the North American Veterinary Licensing Examination. After you have met the requirements set […]

Nurses

Becoming a New Haven nurse can be incredibly rewarding, but it can also be difficult. Because becoming a nurse requires so much of a person, it is important to do everything that you can to keep your license once you obtain it. In this section, I talk more about the types of New Haven nursing […]

Advanced Practice Registered Nurse (APRN)

Advanced Practice Registered Nurses (APRN) are specialized registered nurses, who are trained and licensed to practice a broad range of medical care. In addition to completing and maintaining a license as a registered nurse, APRNs must also earn a graduate degree in nursing, hold a specialized certification through a nationally approved organization, and complete at […]

Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA)

Working as a Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) in New Haven allows you to work under the supervision of a Registered Nurse or a Licensed Practical Nurse. Becoming a CNA is usually the first step in one’s nursing career. In order to begin working, successful completion of a state-approved nursing program is required, including 100 hours […]

Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN)

Licensed Practical Nurses (LPN) in New Haven have the ability to provide for their patients daily needs as well as track their progress under the supervision of a physician or registered nurse. To become a LPN you must complete an associate’s degree in nursing or obtain a licensed practical nursing certification. Completion allows you to […]

Registered Nurses

Becoming a registered nurse in New Haven allows you to provide medical care needed in the community. The path to becoming a registered nurse begins by successfully completing and receiving either an associate’s or a bachelor’s degree in nursing. Then once must pass the National Council Licensure Exam. Once both requirements have been met, one […]

Occupational Therapists

Occupational therapists (OTs) in New Haven work with people of all ages, from premature babies to seniors. Therapists will look at how a person completes any kind of activity or task, and come up with a plan to improve the way they do it to make it easier or less painful.  When You Risk Losing […]

Optometrists

Doctors of Optometry (ODs/optometrists) in New Haven are the independent primary healthcare professionals for the eye. They work to treat eye disorders and diseases.  You Could Lose Your License Becoming an OD in New Haven requires multiple educational steps. The first step is obtaining a bachelor’s degree, ideally in pre-med or biology fields. Before an […]

Pharmacists

New Haven pharmacists are advanced licensed professionals who hold the ultimate responsibility at a pharmacy. They are required to check overall prescriptions that have been filled by technicians to assure their occurrence and are also responsible for patient safety and education.  When Your License is at Risk Many pharmacy schools are dual degree programs, which […]

Physical Therapists

Physical therapists (PTs) in New Haven evaluate and record patient progress in relation to the improvement of some injury or illness. They are part of preventive care, rehabilitation, and treatments for patients with conditions, illnesses, or injuries.  When You Risk Losing Your License Physical therapy covers a broad range of specializations, and requires multiple years […]