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Nurse Manager Neurosciences Ambulatory Nursing Registered Nurse, RN Boston, MA Top Nationally Recognized Hospital $120+K (Depending on Experience) Here is an incredible opportunity for a motivated and experienced nurse to function as the Nurse Manager Neurosciences Ambulatory Nursing at a nationally recognized hospital located in the greater Boston area. Nurse Manager Neurosciences Ambulatory Nurs...
Description Sierra Providence Health Network Sierra Providence Health Network (SPHN) brings together advanced technology and services in caring for you and your family. Our system includes three hospitals: two acute care hospitals, Sierra Medical Center and Providence Memorial Hospital, and Rio Vista Physical Rehabilitation Hospital, which is equipped to handle brain injuries and other serious dis...
RN Registered Nurse Manager Ambulatory – Neuro $120k RN Registered Nurse Manager Ambulatory Neuro Clinical Nurse Manager – Ambulatory Neuro · $90,000 - $120,000 (DOE) Under the general supervision of the Administrative Director in collaboration with the Associate Chief of Ambulatory Nursing Practice, the Nurse Manager Ambulatory (NM) practices within the Hospital and Medical Center Professional Pr...
Description West Valley Hospital West Valley Hospital has 164 licensed beds and reports 2013 net revenues of $113,000,000. Key service lines include a Trauma Center, Cardiology, Orthopedics, Womens Services, Community Nutrition, and Occupational Medicine. West Valley Hospital is recognized for providing exceptional, comprehensive care to patients in the growing western region of metro-Phoenix. Wes...
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