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Obstetrics & Gynecology opening in Birmingham, Alabama. This and other physician jobs brought to you by DocCafe.com Seeking a BE/BC OB/GYN to join an existing private practice consisting of 2 other physicians and one Nurse Practitioner. Call is projected to be 1: 6. Financial: - Competitive Salary and Benefits - Loan Repayment Facility: - Accredited by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO) - Offers the following services as Centers of Excellence: Bariatric Center, Outpatient Nutritional Counseling, Behavioral Health Services, Outpatient Services, Cardiology, Pinpoint Surgery, the Center for Sleep Disorders, Red Hot Mamas - Menopause Education, Center Of Hope Cancer Care, Special Procedures, Clinical Laboratory, Surgery, Diagnostic Services, Therapy Services & Sports Care, Emergency Services, Women' s Services and the Maternity Center. Location: - Northern Alabama - In the heart of the Tennessee Valley - 100 miles to Birmingham, AL, Nashville, TN and Chattanooga, TN - 200 miles to Atlanta, GA and Memphis, TN - Population of 170, 000 - Culturally diverse with over 100 languages and dialects spoken Keyphrases: obstetrics & gynecology jobs, obstetrics jobs, gynecology jobs, ob jobs, ob gyn jobs, ob gyn nurse jobs, ob gyn nurse practitioner jobs, obstetricians jobs, sonography jobs, obstetric nurse jobs, obstetrics & gynecology nurse jobs, obstetrics & gynecology np jobs, obstetrical nursing jobs

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Pediatrician

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Pediatrics opening in Caribou, Maine. This and other physician jobs brought to you by DocCafe.com Seeking a Pediatrician to join a thriving practice. The practice is designated as a Federally Qualified Health Center, providing enhanced access to health care services for all members of the community, and allowing the practice to employ providers holding H-1B and J-1 visas. the group provides care to a service area population numbering about 35,000 people in Northern Maine. Unlimited potential exists for a Pediatrician to join our practice in Caribou, a community that is economically, culturally, and socially inviting. This opportunity has come about due to relocation of an existing Pediatrician. Caribou prides itself on the high quality of its public school system, extremely low crime rate and family-oriented community activities. The community boasts a new multi-million dollar Recreation and Wellness Center that offers programs and activities for all ages. The successful Pediatrician will receive a competitive salary, generous health and welfare benefits package, professional liability insurance, CME reimbursement, relocation assistance, and education loan repayment, if applicable. The physician will also receive an annual allowance for licensing, DEA registration, professional society memberships, and medical journal subscriptions. All of our primary care health centers are approved for participation in the National Health Service Corps Loan Repayer program. Immigration assistance provided by expert legal counsel is provided at the expense of the practice for candidates needing a J-1 waiver, H-1B visa or green card. Pediatric Practice Profile: The office is one of five primary care offices located in geographically dispersed communities. Service expansions are being evaluated to neighboring communities. 3 Obstetricians and 2 Midwives 3 Pediatricians and 1 Certified Physician Assistant Approximately 200 deliveries annually Anesthesiologist on call at all times NICU not available at the local hospital, however a pediatric critical care transport team from Eastern Maine Medical Center with mobile NICU and fixed wing air transport is readily available The practice is conveniently attached to the hospital with easy internal stairway access to the hospital?s maternal/child unit and Operating Rooms one floor above. Access to outpatient clinics including Cardiology, Pulmonary, Hematology/Oncology, Endocrinology, Neurosurgical, Ear, Nose and Throat, Pediatric Cardiology, Pediatric Nephrology, Pediatric Gastroenterology, and Podiatry, and Rheumatology, along with diabetes counseling and nutritional therapy Expectations ? grow the practice as families move into the area to support the growth of local industry, including the Defense Financing and Accounting Service (DFAS), the Maine Military Authority and an influx in the number of U.S. Border Patrol officers. The Opportunity: Full-time: 5 days per week, including one early evening each week on a rotating basis; Saturday morning hours may be considered in the future. Patients: Patient profile is newborn to approximately age 18 Call: 1 in 3 rotation with infrequent requirement to come into the hospital for pediatric admissions; pediatricians attend all C-sections. PALS certification required, NRP certification highly desirable. Keyphrases: pediatrics jobs, pediatric oncologist jobs, pediatric wound care jobs, urology pediatrics jobs, pediatric interventional cardiology jobs, pediatric emergency medicine jobs, pediatric gynecology jobs, pediatric oncology jobs, pediatric infectious disease specialist jobs, pediatric medical assistant jobs, pediatrician jobs, internal medicine pediatrics jobs, neonatal pediatric specialist jobs, pediatric nephrology jobs, pediatric nephrologist jobs, pediatric neurology jobs, pediatric nurse practitioner jobs

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Physician - Pulmonology

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Pulmonology opening in Nellis Afb, Nevada. This and other physician jobs brought to you by DocCafe.com Physician - Pulmonology Location: Nellis AFB, NV Work Schedule: The performance hours of the MTF are as follows the contractor shall perform the services under flexible daytime work hours varying four 10-hour shifts, or five 8-hour shifts, not to exceed 40 hours each week. Aaron Agena Healthcare Recruiter Kako'o Services, LLC Qualifications: • Degree/Education (5.2.4): Possesses a doctor of medicine degree or a doctor of pulmonary medicine from an approved school of medicine. Continuing Medical Education (CME) Requirements. Health care providers registered or certified by national/medical associations shall continue to meet the minimum standards for CME to remain current as prescribed in AFI 41-117, Medical Service Officer Education. CME shall be obtained at no additional cost to the Government and reported to the COR annually on the first normal duty day in January for the previous calendar year. Periodic CME may be available at the MTF, at no cost to the contractor, to any health care provider desiring to attend. A minimum of 60 Category I hours must have been accomplished within the last 3 years. • Certifications in addition to Basic Life Support (5.2.3): BLS is required. Provide proof of current Healthcare Provider BLS certification and Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) are required. • Experience: Completion of an additional residency or fellowship program in pulmonology and critical care medicine acceptable to the Surgeon General, HQ USAF, is mandatory. Must be capable of performing the full range of pulmonology and critical care services. Applications for privileges will be screened through the National Practitioners Data Bank. Shall have provided Pulmonology or critical care services a minimum of 24 months within the last 36 months. • Board Certification (5.2.6.4.4): Current board certification by the American Board of Internal Medicine or the American Osteopathic Board of Internal Medicine in pulmonology and critical care. • Licensure/Registration: The Pulmonologist shall have and maintain a valid unrestricted license as a Licensed Physician/Medical Doctor in one of the 50 United States, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, or the U.S. Virgin Islands. HCW Duties (5.1 Task 1): • Diagnoses and treats diseases. Prepares and reviews case histories and clinical records. Performs diagnostic procedures including x-ray examinations, clinical laboratory tests, pulmonary function tests, critical care, and sleep studies. Interprets test results, evaluates examination findings, and treats. Prescribes such treatment for internal diseases as drugs, physical therapy, and dietary regimens. The Pulmonologist shall perform a full range and spectrum of comprehensive specialty care onsite at the MTF. Workload includes the evaluation and treatment of emergent, urgent, and non-emergent patients ranging in age as young as 18 years to over 65 years. Workload is a result of scheduled appointments, walk-ins to the clinic from other departments, walk-ins for specific diagnoses, telephone calls, and consult requests. The Pulmonologist will practice within the guidelines set by the credentialing office of the 99 MDG and the Medical Director. The Pulmonologist’s productivity is expected to be comparable to that of the other civilian and military Pulmonologist physicians assigned to the same facility/similar facilities and authorized the same scope of practice. The Pulmonologist will meet the Medical Group Management Association (MGMA) standard for Nellis Air Force Base for Relative Value Units (RVUs). The MGMA standard is updated annually on the fiscal year. It is the Contractor’s responsibility to contact Medical Logistics for an updated copy. • Coordinates pulmonary services with other medical activities. • Provides inpatient pulmonary services during normally scheduled hours of performance, to include on-call hours when applicable. • Must be capable of performing the full range of pulmonary and critical care medicine. • Participation in teaching programs, where applicable. • Provide instruction for adult nurse practitioner students, physician assistant interns, medical students, interns, and residents in the form of clinical rotations. • Consult with appropriate specialists. • Write initial admission orders. • Prescribe and administer drugs. • Shall see new patient consults and established follow-up clinic visits. The provider is expected to respond to telephone consults. • Shall provide outpatient services for patients as scheduled by the MTF. • Shall provide inpatient care. This will include patients previously established in the Pulmonary Department. This will include new patients when consults are requested by the admitting health care team. • Shall provide critical care consults to patients admitted to ICU and assist primary teams in their patient management. Provide pulmonary consultative services for hospital inpatients. Provide inpatient consultative services and follow-up for patients with pulmonary disorders; as well as, provide education/teaching to staff members of other disciplines/specialties, medical residents/students, and other personnel involved in patient care. The contract pulmonologist will be expected to be on call from the local area on a rotating basis. • Shall participate in the inpatient care of critically ill patients. It is expected the pulmonologist will be a clinical leader and a patient advocate in the intensive care unit. The pulmonologist must be able to perform unsupervised and be able to supervise house staff performing critical care procedures such as, but not limited to: endotracheal intubation with laryngoscope or bronchoscope; initiation of mechanical ventilation; understand and prescribe nutritional support; establish vascular access with and without bedside ultrasound to include central venous lines, peripheral arterial catheterization, pulmonary artery catheterization and hemodynamic measurements; use of vasoactive agents; bronchoscopy with appropriate biopsy techniques. • Shall provide immediate evaluation and management of emergency problems as they occur and shall respond appropriately to clinical emergencies. • The Pulmonologist may provide other health care services not specifically listed for which training/credentials are held and privileges have been awarded by the MTF Commander. • Shall consult with medical personnel, legal authorities, and military commanders as required. • The Pulmonologist shall follow DoD, Air Force and MTF regulations and policies. • The Pulmonologist shall be guided by the MTF formulary for prescriptions. Drugs not appearing on the formulary must be pre-approved by the Pharmacy and Therapeutics Committee. • The Pulmonologist shall possess basic knowledge of established clinic standards of care and Joint Commission requirements for clinical and documentation protocols, safety, infection control, performance improvement, etc., to insure compliance with policies and provide consistent training and guidance for clinic staff and in the Intensive care unit. • Shall ensure patient and staff safety through safety awareness, proper infection control and promotion of clean, orderly clinic environment. Recognizes, reports, and corrects potential safety hazards. • Documentation. Contractor employees shall prepare all documentation to meet or exceed established MTF standards, to include, but not limited to: timeliness, accuracy, content, and signature. Contractor employees shall only use MTF and Air Force-approved abbreviations for documentation in the patient health records and follow the MTF’s Do Not Use Abbreviation List. (AFI 44-172 / AFI 48-123, Medical Examinations and Standards, 5 November 2013) • Medical Records Documentation. Health care providers shall complete medical records documentation within 72 business hours of the encounter with the patient. • Coding. Contractor employees shall use the proper coding of procedures and treatment, and shall maintain coding accuracy (CPT/E&M/procedure) at the same standard, 90% or higher, as military and civil service health care providers engaged in comparable work. • Shall be responsible for creating, maintaining and disposing of only those Government records which are specified by the 99 MDG. • Shall possess basic knowledge of and ability to demonstrate leadership skills in order to provide guidance, counseling, training and professional evaluation. • Shall possess basic knowledge in management and daily operation of a clinic servicing a large number of patients with a variety of healthcare needs and illnesses. • The Pulmonologist may be asked to participate/direct committees, programs or clinical services directly related to area of clinical responsibility or privileges. The Pulmonologist may be assigned ICU director duties. • Shall provide for ongoing education programs to promote, protect and maintain optimum levels of wellness. Shall provide health counseling to patients and their families, and develop a plan for health maintenance based on individual needs. • Shall provide instruction for medical residents, fellows, physician assistant students, medical students and/or students of other health care disciplines in the form of clinical rotations, didactics and inpatient discussions as appropriate. • Shall direct supporting Government employees assigned to them during the performance of clinical duties. Guides the performance of assigned personnel. Uses team approach toward staff and patient management. • Shall perform administrative duties that may include maintaining statistical records of his or her clinical workload, participating in medical educations programs, and participating in quality improvement functions and other duties as prescribed by the Flight Commander. • Shall attend and participate in meetings, professional staff conferences and other appropriate professional activities such as, but not limited to the following: quality improvement meetings, professional staff meetings, commander's staff meetings, flight meetings, and other meetings required by applicable regulations, MTF guidance, or as directed by the flight Commander or his/her designated representative. • Shall participate in military specific training as directed by the flight Commander or AF policy. • Shall possess basic knowledge of operating a wide variety of medical equipment/non-medical equipment to ensure patient and staff safety, proper equipment maintenance and accessibility. • Shall treat patient information, no matter how developed, as privileged information. Patient information shall not be disclosed or revealed in any way for any use outside the MTF without prior written permission by the Chief of Hospital Services. • Shall respect and maintain the basic rights of patients, demonstrating concern for personal dignity and human relationships. Providers receiving complaints validated by the FRED, COR and Chief of the Medical Staff shall be subject to counseling and, depending on the nature and severity of the complaint, separation from performing services under this contract. • Shall maintain open and professional communication with members of the MTF staff, MTF customers, and other contractor employees. COR will report valid complaints in writing to the CO for action. Valid complaints will be considered a performance failure. The contractor shall resolve all substantiated complaints immediately upon notification of the complaint, and no later than the suspense date provided by the CO, or designated representative. • Shall seek and maintain interpersonal relationships with clients/families and coworkers which contribute to mission accomplishment. • Shall possess basic knowledge of various training methods and interpersonal skills in order to develop a rapport with the patients and co-workers during which instructional and education information is presented and a supportive, trusting relationship is established. • Shall possess ability to acquire and use basic computer skills to enter patient data and extract patient’s information, from a variety of sources to include Composite Health Care System (CHCS), Armed Forces Health Longitudinal Technology Application (AHLTA) and Integrated Clinical Database (ICDB) KAKO’O SERVICES LLC. Kako’o Services is a premier provider of healthcare workers to various military treatment facilities across the United States. With a corporate office in Honolulu, Hawaii and recruiting office in San Antonio, Texas we specialize in providing skilled, trained and highly successful healthcare workers, including RNs,CRNAs, Physicians, LPN/LVN, Licensed Social Workers, and many more. We have a strong focus on providing our government customer with quality and superior service. Kako’o Services is an equal opportunity employer and Minorities, Females, Veterans, and Disabled persons are encouraged to apply. For further information, please click the link below to view the EEOIs TheLaw poster. Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability or protected veteran status. Only qualified individuals who are being considered will be contacted for an interview Keyphrases: pulmonary disease jobs, pulmonary jobs, pulmonology jobs, pulmonary critical care jobs

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Geriatric Medicine Opening in Greater Boston Metro Area - J1 Visas Welcome

new2 days ago
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Family Practice-Geriatrics opening in Boston, Massachusetts. This and other physician jobs brought to you by DocCafe.com We are expanding and continuously growing which has heightened a need to bring on an additional physician. Additionally, a couple of providers are nearing retirement. PACE Program Overview "Our PACE program provides total health care…all in one place." We provide complete care through the PACE (Program of All-inclusive Care for the Elderly) model since 1995. From primary care to dentistry, nutritional counseling to physical therapy, we take a team approach to providing coordinated, comprehensive care, whether it's in the centers, patients homes, or a participating local hospital. Conveniently located PACE Centers are staffed to provide medical, socialization, social work, personal care, physical and occupational therapy services. From learning about nutrition to competing in stationary bike racesfrom acquiring new gardening skills to sharpening old dance movestheir PACE Center programs enrich the lives of participants. They provide care in our PACE centers, in patients homes, and also work closely with local hospitals. PACE services include, but aren’t limited to: Primary, specialty and emergency medical care Home care including nursing, personal care, homemaking and meal preparation Medications, medical equipment and supplies Transportation and companion services Adult Day Health Center including activities, exercise programs, meals Physical and occupational therapy Behavioral health, counseling and social work services Assisted living and Nursing home care, including respite Full dental care Hearing Aides Acupuncture, chiropractic care and other medically necessary treatments Eligibility To start, a patient can schedule a tour of a PACE site or have a team member come to their home to discuss needs and to make sure all questions about PACE are answered. To be eligible for PACE one must: Be 55 years old or older Live within the service area, which includes: Amesbury, Andover, Beverly, Billerica, Boxford, Burlington, Chelmsford, Danvers, Dracut, Dunstable, Essex, Georgetown, Gloucester, Groveland, Hamilton, Haverhill, Ipswich, Lawrence, Lowell, Lynn, Lynnfield, Manchester, Marblehead, Melrose, Merrimac, Methuen, Middleton, Nahant, Newbury, Newburyport, North Andover, North Reading, Peabody, Reading, Rockport, Rowley, Salem, Salisbury, Saugus, South Hamilton, Stoneham, Swampscott, Tewksbury, Topsfield, Wakefield, Wenham, West Newbury, Westford Wilmington, Woburn, and Winchester Be screened by a nurse as meeting nursing facility clinical eligibility criteria (requires help with two activities of daily living and at least one daily nursing need). Have the ability to continue living safely at home. Position The Physician participates as a member of the PACE Interdisciplinary Team in the planning, implementation and evaluation of care plans that meet the objectives, standards and policies of the PACE model of care. Incumbent demonstrates proficiency in collaborating with the Nurse Practitioners at the site to provide complete primary care to the participants. The Physician is the leader of the Clinical Team whose primary mission is to assist frail elders to remain living in the community for as long as they may do so safely. Essential Responsibilities Performs initial examinations of PACE applicants. Completes periodic evaluations and annual physical examinations of the participants. Evaluates participants for episodic visits, for acute illnesses and for follow-ups of hospitalizations. Makes nursing home visits in accordance with the state nursing home requirements and as needed. Makes home visits as needed acutely or in chronic situations when participants are home bound. Participates in the PACE hospital rounding system and the on-call schedule. Evaluates the needs of the participants and develops treatment plans in concert with the other members of the Interdisciplinary Team. Provides appropriate health care teaching to patients, their families and caregivers, as well as to other members of the Interdisciplinary Team. Adheres to the standards set forth in the Element Care NP/MD Collaborative Practice Guide. Completes appropriate, accurate, timely documentation, onsite and offsite. Ensures that duties are accomplished in a fiscally responsible manner adhering to established budgetary constraints. Ensures that all interactions with clients are conducted in a manner that adheres to the highest standards of care for all Element Care clients. Frequent local travel. Performs other duties as required. Job Specification Board Certified in Internal Medicine or Family Practice, or eligibility for Board Certification (for recent graduates). Board Certified in Geriatric Medicine, preferred. Current License to practice medicine in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Current Massachusetts and DEA Prescription Privileges. Maintains appropriate hospital and long term care facility credentials and privileges. Current CPR Certification. At least one (1) year of experience working with a geriatric population. Ability to be able to relate well to participants, to anticipate their needs and to encourage their independence. Ability to convey information clearly and succinctly with team members. Ability to be able to work well with others and to be a dedicated team member. Ability to pay attention to detail, to be a self-starter, and to complete assignments on time with minimal direction. Ability to be able to quickly recognize situations/problems before they become acute, and to be able to implement effective solutions and understand consequences. Physician Work Schedule Monday through Friday from 8am to 4pm. Patients are typically bused out by 1:30pm each day. Approximately 10-15 patients are seen per day and the physician will schedule the length of appointments for the time necessary or desired. The patients are between the ages of 55-65 and are typically disabled and/or have a psychiatric diagnosis. The physician will see patients at the day center as well as participate in home visits, nursing home visits and change in care plans. All appointments and patient contact is done during the regular hours to ensure the physician has a true quality of life/work balance. Keyphrases: family medicine jobs, family practice jobs, family practitioner jobs, geriatric medicine jobs, geriatrician jobs, gerontologist jobs, family medicine specialist jobs

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Endocrinology Physician Endocrinologist/Metabolism - Physicians Only Apply - Perm

10 days ago
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…their families with the following services: Diabetic education, Insulin pump therapy , Diabetic nutritional counseling, Diabetic counseling through Behavioral

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Endocrinology Physician Endocrinologist/Metabolism - Physicians Only Apply - Perm

10 days ago
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…their families with the following services: Diabetic education, Insulin pump therapy , Diabetic nutritional counseling, Diabetic counseling through Behavioral

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Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner

13 days ago
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... Nutritional Consultants, Addiction and Recovery Consultants and Coaches, as well as physical ... TMS therapy skills a plus, will train Details: * Full time outpatient position 40 hours, option 4 ...

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Family Practice Physician Traditional Practitioner - Physicians Only Apply - Locum

17 days ago
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…an integrative concierge practice setting One year minimum experience Bio Identical Hormone Therapy and IV nutritional therapies including but not limited to

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Psych / Physician Assistant / Nurse Practitioner #JES

19 days ago
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Orders appropriate tests, medications and therapy as directed by the supervising physician g ... nutrition, medication management, mental and physical health, and other related health needs. 9. ...

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Internal Medicine, Internal Medicine - Nurse Practitioner

about 2 months ago
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Fairview Health Services is seeking a Nurse Practitioner to join a primary care practice at ... therapy management, nutrition education, psych, geriatric, physical therapy, radiology (digital ...

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OBGYN Physician General obstetrics and Gynecology - Physicians Only Apply - Perm

3 months ago
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…Access to Medical Center outpatient clinics including diabetes counseling and nutritional therapy . Expectations - provide high quality, compassionate and

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Respiratory Care Practitioner RRT/ CRT

4 months ago
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... compliance of respiratory therapy and adhere to Joint Commission regulations. Additional ... and nutritional care, standard to custom rehabilitation technology, urological items, and ...

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Psychiatry, Mental Health Nurse Practitioner

9 months ago
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... nutritional status, sleep and rest patterns, quality of life, family, social, and educational ... therapies, in patients with complex acute and chronic illness * Facilitates the patient ...

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Awesome Nurse Practitioner Opportunity in SW Kansas Thriving Community

over 1 year ago
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Amazing Nurse Practitioner in Dodge City, Kansas Western Plains Medical Complex is looking for a ... Therapy, Speech Therapy, Obstetrics, Pediatrics, Level II Nursery, Nutrition Counseling ...

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Neonatal Nurse Practitioner

over 2 years ago
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Neonatal Nurse Practitioner for Lehigh Valley Health Network Lehigh Valley Health Network (LVHN ... Lactation Specialists, Nutritionists, Respiratory Therapists and a March of Dimes support ...

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