In today’s job market everyone needs a resume, and those in healthcare are no exception. More and more healthcare related careers are requiring resumes as a part of the hiring process and in order to be competitive, you need to make sure your resume is well written and sets you apart from the crowd. Does […]
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Whether you’re a young student looking to major in nursing or someone who’s looking to change their career, the thought of becoming a nurse can easily become daunting. It’s common to not know what to expect and most are nervous at the thought of stepping into this fast paced world where every step can at […]
No one can say that nursing is an easy career. Nurses sacrifice a lot when it comes to their career. We often hear about the negative aspects of nursing, but what about the positive aspects? These positive aspects of the career often get ignored, but they are no doubt present and motivate nurses around the […]
Do nurses need a professional resume? This question has probably crossed every nurses’ mind while searching for a new career and is still commonly asked in today’s medical industry. While some may say it isn’t necessary, most HR professionals who work in the medical field would say otherwise. Even though the medical industry operates a […]
Appalachian Regional Healthcare is standing behind its commitment to provide financial assistance to standout college students with the ARH Scholars Award. The ARH Scholars Award is a scholarship program designed to help fund the cost of education for those interested in seeking a career in healthcare. The award is open to all those living in any of our ARH communities…
Doris Shuck, Pharmacy Technician, Morgan County ARH, recalls the powerful and moving display of support from her ARH family after a 2002 tornado destroyed her home and devastated her community in West Liberty. #OneFamily
Sue Bowling, Director of Laboratory Services, Hazard ARH, describes what it means to be “family” at ARH. #OneFamily
Joshua Shepherd of Lost Creek has been named a 2017 Appalachian Regional Healthcare (ARH) Scholar and will be receiving a financial award of $2,500 each year for the next two years to be used for tuition and living expenses while attending college. To be selected as an ARH Scholar, the applicant must either be an employee of ARH or be sponsored by a relative who is an employee. Shepherd was sponsored by his sister, Tammie Shepherd-Smith, who works for Hazard ARH Regional Medical Center…
Tiffany Stallard of Whitesburg has been named an Appalachian Regional Healthcare (ARH) 2017 Scholar and will receive a scholarship worth $2,500 for each of the next two years. She was one of 11 individuals to receive the award and will be attending Galen School of Nursing, Hazard, in the fall…
Jessica Cornett was thrilled when she learned she had been named an Appalachian Regional Healthcare (ARH) Scholar for the 2017-2018 academic year, but she was even happier when she realized the award brought more than just a financial grant. As an incoming, first year student at Galen School of Nursing in Hazard, Cornett will have a mentor assigned to her who will help her through the demanding courses needed to become a registered nurse (RN)…
ARH is a not-for-profit health system serving residents across Eastern Kentucky and Southern West Virginia. Operating 11 hospitals, physician practices, home health agencies, HomeCare Stores and retail pharmacies, ARH is the largest provider of care in the region.
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