There are 2,300 open vacancies for registered nurses in Texas, according to the Texas Workforce Commission.
In Dallas, Texas, the nurses and healthcare professionals who keep us safe and healthy have been difficult to retain recently.
Maureen Milligan, president and CEO of the Teaching Hospitals of Texas, said, “Nurses are the lifeblood of the healthcare system, and they’ve been strained and stretched truly to their maximum during the epidemic.”
Healthcare workers aren’t coming back, despite the fact that the pandemic has slowed down.
According to Dan Pollock, chief executive officer of Advantis Medical, “you’re seeing hospitals close floors and units in their facilities, so now the community is suffering, you know, if they don’t have a certain surgery center that is no longer open or a certain floor is no longer open, and patients have to travel even further to get this care.”
Some of the shortfalls are caused by nurses retiring, burning out, and moving for greater income.
For the first time ever, “we saw nurses quit staff positions to seek travel assignments, and money was a big reason,” said Pollock.
Both nursing homes and hospitals are affected by this scarcity. More salary, greater resources for nurses, recompense for more seasoned nurses throughout their training, and encouraging students to choose careers in healthcare are some remedies to the shortage.
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