So You Want to Become a Pediatric Nurse

A Pediatric Nurse specializes in the health of children starting at infancy and into young adulthood.  Pediatric Nurses can perform examinations, take blood, order diagnostic tests and more. These nurses have more advanced training in pediatrics and work closely with the physicians and other healthcare providers.

A Pediatric Nurse can work in a wide range of settings including physician’s offices, clinics, hospitals and other healthcare centers.

The infographic below explains what a Pediatric Nurse does, where they can work and what they do. You will also find the median annual salary and the path on how to become a Pediatric Nurse.

Pediatric Nurse

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Jay Willis

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