Should I become a nurse if I don't like giving bed baths or dealing with any personal care? I've been debating if to go into getting a degree in Healthcare administration or my lpn/RN. I've worked my whole life as a caregiver. I have my Chha and CNA. I never worked as a CNA because I did not like how the nursing homes were. I'm also a petite girl. I don't like physical jobs. I'm currently in a medical assistant program. I was thinking of becoming a nurse later but to only work at a doctors office or homecare. Do I need years of working in a nursing facility to be able to work at a doctors office? I'm 30 yrs old with a special 10yrs old son. If I even wanted to do nursing I would have to start with basic courses like basic math, since I barely passed High school when I was young. I also don't like dealing with bowels, too much blood, vomit and putting tubes in patients like gtubes etc. My bf said it's not for me. He said his sister is a nurse with her bachelor's degree and she still has to deal with clinical stuff at the hospital. I just want to get other people's opinions.