Washington governor touts nursing program
Seattle Post-Intelligencer, January 18, 2008
Washington Gov. Chris Gregoire is proposing a $3 million program for hospitals, community colleges to train current healthcare workers for nursing jobs. Gregoire says that with the state nursing shortage, nurse assistants, surgical technicians and other workers could be trained on the job and become registered nurses.
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