Medical Surgical Nursing Programs


Nursing, in general, started as either medical or surgical. Nowadays, Medical-Surgical Nursing is a sub-specialty that nurses choose to enter. Medical-Surgical Nurses are the largest group of practicing nurses yet what began as an entry-level position is now one that needs extra certifications to become.

What Do I Need To Do To Become a Medical-Surgical Nurse?

To get specialized as a Medical-Surgical Nurse, you need to begin with either a nursing diploma, an associate’s, or a Bachelor’s of Science-Nursing (BSN). Once you have one of those degrees, you’ll have to pass the National Council Licensure Examination-Registered Nurse (NCLEx-RN). After you’ve worked for two years as a Registered Nurse with 2,000 hours of practice within three years in a medical-surgical setting, you’ll take the Certified Medical-Surgical Registered Nurse exam through the Academy of Medical-Surgical Nurses (AMSN) which is the Medical-Surgical Nursing Board which, after you pass, will allow you to work as a Certified Medical-Surgical Nurse.

Schools Offering Nursing Degrees

STC Medical Programs

Central Penn Nursing & Medical Programs

Medical Careers Institute Programs

Fortis Institute Medical Programs

Everest College Nursing Programs

Virginia College Medical Career Programs

Miller Motte Medical Programs

FCC Medical Programs

Broward College Nursing Programs

Miami Jacobs Medical Vocational Programs

Alvernia College Nursing Programs

Arizona Western College Nursing Programs

Miami University Oxford Nursing Programs

McCann Healthcare Programs

Ayers Career College Medical Assistant Training

Nursing & Medical Assisting Degree Schools

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