Adult health Nursing is the provision of care to young adults, adults, and older adults (the elderly). Adult health nurses may also provide medical services to family members of people in the above classifications. The main goals of adult health care professionals are to play a part in the promotion, maintenance, monitoring and recovery of health and to promote it. The adult health nurse will often recognize health hazards that may precipitate disease in order to achieve these objectives. In many instances, adult health nurses will function as leaders, educators, consultants and advocates in the institutions and communities where they work. The average annual salary of adult health Nurses is $55,000.
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