Nursing is becoming a much bigger and more complicated profession.
Here’s how to help your family get the care they need.
Nursing caseworker: Chris Hager A nurse is a medical professional who is in charge of caring for people in hospital and in nursing homes.
You can find them at any of the hospitals in Australia.
The nurses’ union says there are now more than 30,000 nurses in the country, and more than 100,000 people work in nursing care across Australia.
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There are now nursing homes in Australia where people can work in private homes.
Many have nurses as part of their workforce, as long as they are licensed.
The main difference between a private nursing home and a public nursing home is that a nursing house is licensed to manage people in private.
Nurses can also work in hospitals and in hospitals with intensive care units (ICUs).
But many nursing homes do not have licensed nursing staff.
In private nursing homes, nurses can work at home with patients or clients, but are not required to be at home.
Nurseries are generally more expensive than hospitals.
You must pay your rent and a small fee for your own home to a nursing facility.
Some of the fees you will have to pay for your home are: Nursing home licence fee – $2,200 per year