How to Become a Hospital Orderly?

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First and foremost, you will need four years of education with a clean record without any convictions to even get your foot in the door to be an hospital orderly. Then you will get on the job training being a nurse. Becoming a Hospital Orderly www.careers.govt.nz
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You need to have at least 4 years of secondary education and no criminal convictions. You must have a full and clean driver's license. The skills needed are basic nursing, hospital health and safety procedures and security procedures.
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