Occupational Health Nurse Jobs in Missouri


6 Missouri Occupational Health Nurse jobs found on Monster.

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The following essential elements are general duties that represent the broad spectrum of job assignments. The level of responsibility and job duties within the job assignment are commensurate with established company-wide requirements. Ability to communicate effectively both verbally and in writing with patient, family, management and the medical community. Ability to assess and identify Occupatio...
I believe my work is my calling. As a Home Health Registered Nurse, you will: Provide admission, case management, and follow-up skilled nursing visits for home health patients. Administer on-going care and case management for each patient, provide necessary follow-up as directed by the Clinical Manager. Confer with physician in developing the initial plan of treatment based on physician's orders a...
Job Summary: Well established pediatric practice seeks a Registered Nurse (“RN”) with high energy and excellent communication skills to join the clinical staff. The RN will work as part of a team and be responsible for efficiently and effectively executing clinical procedures. The RN must be a strong multi-tasker and should have the ability to process information quickly and respond appropriately...
We are currently seeking a FULL TIME HEALTH CENTER SUPERVISOR/CLINICIAN NP for our onsite health clinic in Kansas City, MO. (Note: Position is required to work one Saturday per month from 9am-1pm) As part of Walgreens Health and Wellness division, Take Care Health Systems includes Take Care Consumer Solutions (www.takecarehealth.com), managers of convenient care clinics located at select Walgreens...
Position Description: We are currently seeking a full-time or part-time Field Nurse Case Manager (RN) in the St. Louis, MO area. Responsible for assessment, planning, coordination, implementation and evaluation of injured/disabled individuals involved in the medical case management process. Working as an intermediary between carriers, attorneys, medical care providers, employers and employees, you...
The Medical Assistant / X-Ray Tech is responsible for providing basic clinical care to patients commensurate with their medical education. Duties include performing initial clinical evaluations as well as directed procedures for urgent care, occupational health and worker’s compensation procedures. This position will perform x-ray testing including body mechanics and patient movement using knowled...
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Occupational Health Nurse


$52,000.00 - $499,000.00
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High School
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