Educators, employers say health care at crossroads
BEMIDJI - One of the first things Judy Killian did when she took over a floundering Goldpine Home a decade ago was to have all medication-trained staff become licensed practical nurses. There are 64-68 residents in the assisted-living facility at any time and all of them have their own medication needs.
"They need nurses. Period. Bottom line," she said.
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