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HEALTH AND WELLNESS DIRECTOR Assisted living Memory Care Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN)-Assisted Living BENEFITS DAY ONE.COMPETITIVE SALARY Join the leading national provider of senior-related services at our soon to open Clare Bridge Place Brookfield! Ideal candidate skills and experience * Current Wisconsin LPN nurse license * Minimum of 3 years experience within assisted living with proven supe...
Acts as a resource to provide clinical assistance and education within assigned area of responsibility. Collaborate with Team Members in identification of clinical priorities in assigned area and development of strategy High school diploma or equivalent Must hold and maintain a current license to practice as a Registered Nurse (RN) in state of consultation Minimum three (3) years clinical leadersh...
Wheaton Franciscan Healthcare is an integrated network of hospitals, physician clinics, retail pharmacies and home medical services with locations in Southeastern Wisconsin, Northeastern Iowa and Northern Illinois. Our mission, built on compassionate fundamentals, delivers on our promise of living out the healing ministry of Jesus by providing exceptional and compassionate health care services pro...
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$53,000.00 - $250,000.00
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Protects patients' oral health by diagnosing and treating diseases, injuries, and abnormalities of teeth and gums; undertaking preventive procedures; conducting surgery; performing other specialized techniques.
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Enhances dental practice reputation by accepting ownership for accomplishing new and different requests; exploring opportunities to add value to the dental profession; developing outreach programs within the community; speaking to school and civic groups; promoting dental health.
Minimizes dental procedure pain by administering local and general anesthetics when carrying out treatment.