Long Term Care Nurse
Long term care nurses typically work in areas in which patients require extended care such as nursing homes, assisted living, skilled nursing facilities, and extended care facilities. The general population in these facilities are the elderly, care is also often provided for younger patients with disabilities or life-limiting illness and injuries.
A long term care nurse expert witness can review medical records, provide reports and give testimony on wound care, medication management/administration, fall prevention, and the day-to-day care provided to patients in long term care.
The ANCC Gerontological Nursing board offers certification to long-term care nurses, however, this is not a requirement.
Long Term Care Nurse Organizations & Certifications
- American Society on Aging
- National Association of Directors of Nursing Administration in Long Term Care
- Long Term Care Nurses Association
How it Works
Tell us via phone, email, or using the online form below, details on your case. Do you require a nurse with specialty training, experience, or certificates? Case details including conflicts and search parameters help refine the search and provide the best possible match.
We will send you two to three expert CVs for review. You are welcome to speak to the experts directly before making your final selection.
Once a retainer agreement is signed with Expert Witness Nurses the expert will start working on your case. The expert will collaborate directly with you for medical records and providing their report. Expert Witness Nurses will coordinate invoicing of the expert’s hours, including the retainer invoice and monthly invoicing as required.
Get personalized assistance in locating expert witnesses by calling (800) 505-9847 or fill out the form below to start your search.
- Access to thousands of qualified testifying nurses
- Over 150 nursing specialties
- Procure the BEST nurse to support your case
- Turn-key invoicing, medical record handling and communication with expert services
- No finders fee