Vocational NursingAchieve a Diploma in as few as 12 months*
A licensed vocational nurse (LVN) working under the supervision and direction of registered nurses and doctors administers basic nursing care. LVNs may work in hospitals, long-term care facilities, hospice, or home/residential care facilities. Some tasks performed by a LVN can include wound care, helping bathe or dress patients, help deliver, care for, and feed infants, collect samples for testing, and much more.
Achieve your dreams
While in school, vocational nurses may learn preventive, therapeutic, rehabilitative, and restorative nursing care plus nursing interventions. You can find LVN diploma programs at several of Concorde’s campuses. Look to see if a campus is near you.
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Are you dreaming of a career serving physicians, RNs, and their patients? Are you searching for LVN programs near you? Concorde can help you can help you begin a career as a vocational nurse through hands-on, clinical training that can prepare you to transition directly to a real-world health care career.
*Program length can vary by Location, see specific Campus Catalog for program length