Nursing News

Steps to Obtain a US Visa

For years the United States of America has required that many people wishing to travel to the U.S. to study, visit or conduct business first obtain a visa. Recently, the U.S., like many other countries, has updated visa policies to increase security for citizens and visitors. Yet, much remains unchanged. Today, as in the past,most […]

New US Bill Modifies Visa Requirements for Foreign Nurses

Las Vegas – A new bill has passed the US House of Representative that changes visa requirements for admission of non-immigrant nurses in health professional shortage areas. In a forum with Asian business leaders in Las Vegas last August 15, US Rep. Joe Heck said “We just passed a bill that changes the visa requirements […]

Nursing Home Soon to Rise in Whiteclay

A 60-bed nursing home, with room to expand to 80 is soon to open in August 2012 in Whiteclay. The ground breaking ceremony was held last month. South Dakota’s Oglala Sioux Tribe has already started its construction across the Nebraska border in a village at the center of a booze dispute. The tribe’s consultant, Gary […]

Texas Children’s Hospital Virtual Open House

At Texas Children’s Hospital, our team will be there from the start, caring for life as it begins. In collaboration with St. Luke’s Episcopal Hospital, our antepartum, labor, delivery and mother-baby unit nurses are providing compassionate care from fetal intervention and high-risk deliveries to our family-centered model of maternity care, all while delivering the best […]

Huge Baby Born in Texas

A new born baby from Texas broke hospital weight record. The baby tipped the scales by more than 16 pounds (7.3 kgs) and broke the records in Longview, Texas. The baby’s name is JaMichael and it was delivered by cesarean section. His parents were Janet Johnson and Michael Brown. “We’re just amazed,” Johnson told the […]