The size of the hospital or clinic doesn't really say much about the qualifications of the nurses there.
Most nurses diagnoses and give prescriptions in are mostly general nurses no matter the community and size of hospital they work. They generally assist the doctor in curing a health issues.
Community health nurses or public health workers are more concerned with the general well being of a whole community. They are more into preventing diseases than curing them. They are those that you see during vaccinations, public health education and moving from house to house and school to school to make sure they are not doing anything that can put the whole community at risk.
In short a community or public health nurse educates you obtain for sex or teach you how to use condom if you can't abstain, whiles the general nurse take care of you and give drugs and diets after you have gotten a sexually transmitted disease. I hope this example is quite clear. The qualification for both are the same.
You must be 18 - 35 and have aggregate A1 - C6 in 6 subjects ranging from 3 core and 3 elective.
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