Shands not experiencing same nursing turnover issues as Marion County
As the need for health care grows, nursing schools across the nation are at full enrollment capacity. But for Munroe Regional Medical Center, executives are finding it difficult to keep a flourishing nursing staff. WUFT-FM’s Jordan Matich reports on the struggles in Marion County and if those same factors affect nursing turnover at Shands Hospital in Alachua County.
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