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Nursing Registry

DHA offers healthcare staffing solutions for:

  • Specialty Pharmacies and Infusion Service Companies

  • Home Health Agencies

  • Surgery Centers

  • Flu Shot Clinics

  • Doctor’s Offices

  • Psychiatric Facilities, including Eating Disorder Facilities and Recovery Centers

  • Skilled Nursing and Long-Term Care Facilities

  • Hospice Organizations

  • Hospitals

  • Ambulance and Critical Care Transport

Defining the Professionals


Registered Nurse (RN) - Professional who holds either a Bachelor's of Science or an Associate of Science from an accredited university or college and continues to maintain an active license in satisfactory standards.  Thereafter, obtains a state license by the Department of Health to many nursing services; for example but not limited to nursing assessments, administration of medication, IV therapy and other direct skilled care services. The nurse can have a direct relationship with your doctor to better prepare or render care.


Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) - Professional who holds a license by the Department of Health after passing a stated examination.  This professional performs skilled care services both independent and supervised by a Registered Nurse.


Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) - Professional who holds a certification from successfully passing the state requirements, demonstrating knowledge and proficiency in providing ADL's (Activities of Daily Living).  Usually this professional can receive directives from a nurse to perform tasks within the scope of their training.


Home Health Aide (HHA) - Professional who has successfully completes 40 hours or 75 hours of direct care training and obtains a certificate


Homemaker -  Professional who manages the client's household day to day chores.  


Companion - Professional who accompanies the client to appointments, outings, shopping, visiting friends and family.

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