Welcome to Nurses.com, the Internet's premier source of information for nurses. If you work as a nurse, you now have rapid access to a comprehensive Website dealing with the major issues, trends, and professional and clinical information you need to stay up-to-date with nursing.
This site serves the information needs of nurses who work in medical/surgical, intensive care, emergency, trauma, critical care, pediatrics, geriatrics, operating room, postanesthesia, obstetrics/gynecologic, neonatal, neurologic, oncology, psychiatric, and other settings. It provides leading-edge content for staff nurses, nursing administrators, directors, business executives, nurse educators, case managers, primary nurses, clinical nurse specialists, community health nurses, public health nurses, school nurses, office nurses, nurse faculty members, head nurses, patient care coordinators, nurse anesthetists, nurse practitioners, nurse midwives, nurse researchers, consultants, supervisors, assistants, and others. Reflecting the convenience and power of the Internet, nurses.com provides a convenient source of clinical, professional, drug, licensure, regulation, research, patient education, legal, and ethical nursing information.
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Who are our clients? The leading product manufacturers and service companies for nursing have recognized the benefits of being part of an online community for this profession. Nurses.com offers a way for their clients and prospects to cut through the clutter of the Internet and put their company in a position to be discovered in an increasingly crowded medium. Check out our clients in the Supplier Marketplace, or contact us today for advertising information.
Nurses.com was launched by VertMarkets, Inc. in April 1999 with three lofty goals: First, to become the leading source of clinical, professional, pharmaceutical, product, and services information for nurses. Second, to create a community where nurses can share their expertise and experience. And third, to provide a way for nurses to efficiently reach suppliers who meet their needs for products and services.
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