Gift cards are no longer necessary for nursing assistants and midwives.
These items can be purchased from most stores or at a few specialty stores.
But gift cards still are an important part of nursing care.
The American Nurses Association is asking nursing assistants, midwifes and other nurse care professionals to look for ways to make use of these gift cards, which are available at pharmacies, online, in store and at a number of specialty stores, including CVS.
The AAP wants nursing assistants to make sure they can use the card to buy supplies and supplies can be used for other expenses, like travel, travel reimbursements, and so on.
“We are encouraging nursing assistants who are in a position to purchase these cards to use them as a way to supplement their own nursing care,” said Stephanie Rousset, executive director of the AAP’s Nurses for Careers and Jobs (NCAW) program.
“Nurses are often paid to spend their nursing time in a nursing home and they’re not getting the support they need to get back on their feet and get their jobs back.”
One of the most common gift cards that nursing assistants can use is a $25 gift card from the American Medical Association, which is offered through its annual convention.
The association offers more than 5,000 nursing cards and a variety of other gift cards.
Some nurses who are not in a clinical setting use gift cards to purchase medications or to help pay bills.
But a nursing assistant in a private home might also want to consider the card from a nursing facility or even a health insurance company, such as Aetna, to help cover medical expenses.
A $25 nursing card is an inexpensive way to get some additional nursing supplies, travel or travel reimburseings.
The $25 card is often used by nursing assistants in private homes or to buy nursing supplies or medications.
One of many gifts nurses can use as a substitute for a nursing care card The AAP also encourages nurses to look to other nursing care products to buy as a replacement for a $15 nursing card.
Many gift cards are made by companies such as Walmart, Target, Costco, Amazon and Target Meals.
Some cards are also made by some major chains like Starbucks, Dunkin Donuts and other restaurants and convenience stores.
If a nursing aide doesn’t already have a nursing card or has no plans to use one, it can also be a good idea to consider using a gift card to supplement his or her nursing care or medical expenses and expenses from other sources, such a insurance policy or a medical loan.
If nursing assistants don’t already use gift certificates or gift cards at their nursing homes, the AAP recommends nursing assistants use a nursing account to help finance their own purchases.
The nursing account also is a great way to use the gift cards for expenses that other nursing aides are paying for.
Nurses can also use the cards to pay bills and to supplement expenses from health insurance companies.
Nursing assistants can also make a donation to the AAP and donate a portion of the funds they receive from gift cards through their local nursing home to the program.
To get started, call the nursing association at (800) 626-2323 or visit the nursing account website at nursing.austliiad.edu.
The gift cards offered at the AAP are not available at CVS and Kroger locations, and they are only available for purchase at Crave Direct.
The AP recommends that nursing aides look for the following gift cards: Crave Card (used to purchase items)