Assistant director of resident services

  1. Just accepted a position as a Assistant director of resident services at a small local ALF. I have been a RN case manager that goes out to Pts. I have been working 6-7 days a week. I was thinking about getting a BSN but do not want to go back to beside nursing. Would I be better off looking into healthcare administration classes? I am 48years old.
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    About emilysmom,RN

    Joined: Jun '08; Posts: 226; Likes: 50
    RN case manager; from PA
    Specialty: 2 year(s) of experience


  3. by   missnurse01
    You do not need to go back to bedside nursing to get your BSN. I am not sure if that is your ultimate goal, or if you needed another degree for your employment...?

    Many programs out there with minimum clinical component or all online for completing your BSN!

    good luck!