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VA is the largest employer of nurses in the Nation, with more than 80,000 RNs, APNs, LPNs/LVNs, and nursing assistants. Once you join a VA facility, you'll be immersed in a nursing experience unlike anything you've ever experienced before.
VA nurses are at the bedside and in outpatient clinics working with the entire patient care team to deliver quality care. They are also developing patient safety initiatives, conducting research to evaluate and improve care delivery, and taking on leadership roles to help guide the next generation of nurses. VA offers the following nursing careers.Serve those who have served our country.
Learn more about the ways VA nurses provide unparalleled care to our Nation’s Veterans. Read our nursing e-brochure in our Interactive Media Library or download the PDF today.Occupation Descriptions
In addition to our medical, nursing and pharmacy opportunities, VA also offers a variety of career options, including the following high-demand positions:
Additional Information for Nursing Students.
Want to Learn more?Learn even more about VA nursing excellence by visiting the Office of Nursing Services Website.Travel Nurse Corps.
Since VA technologies and policies are similar nationwide, your training will apply everywhere you go, with minor adjustments for each site.
Plus, your active, unrestricted nursing license is valid at over 1,400 VA facilities nationwide, the District of Columbia, and U.S. Territories (no re-licensing required).
VA's Travel Nurse Corps (TNC) is actively recruiting qualified nurses across the Nation.
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