Thursday, January 6, 2011

Delaware Nurse Owned Businesses, Nursing Entrepreneurs

Callueng, Ronel RN CCRN:"With preventive medicine offering people alternatives and teaching them re prevention is already what we do in hospital settings. Why not make a living out of it. I literally quit my 46 000 yr job as of this April to spend more time doing my business. I believe that all nurses should understand the concept of preventive medicine and the business behind it" ******************************************************


Diamond State LNC:"Diamond State LNC specializes in Legal Nurse Consulting. We provide a cost-effective case review, case analysis and medical literature research in the areas of medical malpractice, product liability, personal injury and Worker’s compensation."
Wendy A. Horn, RN.
Diamond State LNC
1320 Chalet Drive
Wilmington, Delaware 19808
Phone: 302-559-7955


Emergi-Staff Nurses, LLC:"Emergi-Staff Nurses, LLC is a Registered Nurse owned and operated company. We are located in central Delaware, and serve the surrounding DelMarVa area. We are committed to excellent service and promoting the nursing profession as an integral part of the healthcare continuum." 48 Seacroft Drive
Dover, DE 19904
Phone 302-678-1672
Fax 302-678-1774

******************************************************, (Owner, Tina Lanciault):"A nurse here who is also a blogger, Affiliate marketer and Author of the"
Newark, Delaware


****************************************************** is a networking and resource directory for Nurse-Owned businesses and nurses looking for an alternative to working at the bedside.

If you explore the site a bit, you'll find profiles of hundreds of nurse entrepreneurs around the country. We encourage you to browse around, find a business category you are interested in, then contact the nurse directly. We're available for questions as well. This website is Owned-Operated by Andrew Lopez, RN a Medical/Surgical/Telemetry nurse.

Has your Nurse-owned business been written up in the news? Do you send out a newsletter or regular press releases? We'd like to hear about it!

Our Newest article is from an Arizona Nurse Entrepreneur:

Should You Incorporate Your Registry Business? By Joseph Caracci, RN:"The short answer is yes! When starting a new nurse registry business, you are entering into a legal business environment that requires you to take steps to protect your personal assets, such as your home, your savings, and your retirement. With this in mind, you need to determine which legal form you are going to take for your new registry. Some of the common choices are a sole proprietorship, a partnership, a limited liability partnership (LLP), a limited liability company (LLC), and a corporation."



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