Becoming an LPN in Kansas

The state of Kansas strives to improve their health standards while making health care services available to all people. By supporting professional nursing though education, improved knowledge, and skills, both healthcare workers and their patients benefit from better care and a stronger community. The Bureau of Labor Statistic published it’s predictions for the state, saying it expects a  20% increase in Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) jobs per year by 2020, allowing individuals to meet the demand by completing an LPN program and testing for licensure.