Primary care is the first level of medical care that patients receive when they reached a hospital or health care facility. Primary care nurses are the first point of contact for patients when they have medical concerns or needs. Primary care nurses work with a specific patient (Cancer screening, preventive immunizations, medical procedures and physicals) over a long period of time. The average pay for a primary care nurse is $55,156 per year.
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