HHS' Health Resources and Services Administration has introduced a program aimed at training military medics and other veterans with medical backgrounds for careers in nursing. The agency will provide as much as $350,000 each to as many as nine nursing schools annually. The program "helps veterans formalize their skills to get jobs, while strengthening Americans’ access to care," HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius said.
HHS launches nursing program for veterans
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