The Importance of Nursing Certification
With more than 13,000 current certificants, the CRRN credential has been widely recognized and respected for more than 30 years. CRRN is the credential for nurses who assist individuals with disabilities and chronic illness to restore, maintain, and promote optimal health.
When you earn your CRRN, you validate your professional standing as an experienced rehabilitation nurse with a documented level of knowledge and your commitment to patient care. Employers who encourage nurses to get certified or hire CRRNs create an environment that shows their commitment to their team and their patients. They want to recruit and retain the very best nursing talent.
As a Rehabilitation Nurse you practice your specialty in a variety of roles, across many settings, including:
- sub-acute care units
- inpatient and outpatient rehabilitation units and hospitals
- long-term acute-care hospitals
- skilled nursing facilities
- community/home health agencies
- insurance companies
- private practice
- academic settings.
Demonstrate Dedication and Expertise
When you earn, continue to use, and then keep your CRRN designation, you demonstrate your dedication and expertise to the rehabilitation specialty. The CRRN credential requires two years of experience in rehabilitation nursing and that you pass the CRRN examination validating a documented level of knowledge of the specialty.
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