The last decade for Las vegas has seen a boom in population. And, that growth was pobably a good thing for healthcare because more people coming in demanded more options. But, is Las Vegas a good place to be a nurse when the pay may not be as good or the hours are tough or the nurse to patient ration is high? We talk to a panel of nurses to better understand life in the valley's hospitals. We also look at how a nurses' struggles translates to patient care.
Dr. Carolyn Yucha, Prof and Dean, School of Nursing, UNLV
Michael Collins, Registered Staff Nurse, UMC