This Madison County city serves as the county seat. It was established in 1798 by John Miller, a Colonel in the Revolutionary War. In August of 1862, it was the site of the Civil War Battle of Richmond.
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Richmond can offer local nurses a diverse range of working environments and opportunities. From the Pattie A. Clay Regional Hospital and Medical Center to the Central Baptist Medical Plaza, nurses or all levels will be able to find employment to suit them. What’s more, local registered nurses can earn approximatley $62,639. If an overwhelming variety of local facilities is what you’re looking for, Richmond is perfect for you! With themed bars and an Irish pub, a public library, Million Park, a YMCA and lots of schools, Richmond could make the ideal settlement for you and your family. Richmond can offer nurses who are just starting out affordable nurse aide training through its dedicated Nurse Aide Training School. If that wasn’t enough, less than 10 minutes from the city center is the Eastern Kentucky University, which has a dedicated College of Health Sciences, and offers a wide range of courses. Submit your resume to be matched to jobs in Richmond.