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Per Diem Nurse
Reports to Clinical Nurse Manager. Reports any incidents of non-compliance to Chief Compliance Officer. Minimum of Associates Degree in Nursing and one year of...
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RN - Registered Nurse - Chief Nurse Officer
Core Medical Group - Tucson, AZ
CNO / Chief Nursing Officer. Unit Director - Vice President Patient Care Services - Service Line Director - Nurse Manager - Service Line Nursing Director -...
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Director of PCU
Executive Search Associates Inc. - United States
The Director ofPCU will report directly to the Chief Nursing Officer and will have the support of Nurse Managers and FTEs....
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Clinical Supervisor - Tucson, AZ
UnitedHealth Group - Tucson, AZ
Serves as chief liaison between clinical team members, physicians and administrative leadership. Health care isn't just changing....
Director of Case Management
Medical Search Associates - Arizona
$81,600 a year
Chief Nursing Officer POSITION DETAILS:. 9 Case Managers 5 Discharge Planners 3 Utilization Review Nurses 2 Social Workers 1 Insurance Specialist 1 Clerical...
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Anesthesiology - Physician
Harris Medical Associates - Arizona
Harris Medical Associates is seeking a BC/BE Anesthesiologist to cover IHS needs in AZ . Pain management anesthesiology jobs, anesthesiology jobs, crna jobs,...
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