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UVA Health System – Critical Care & Progressive Care Registered Nurse Open House
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Date/Time
Thursday, August 21st 2014
8:00 am - 12:00 pm

Location
University of Virginia Health System - Main Lobby

Critical Care and Progressive Care Nurse Open House at UVA Health System.

Join us Thursday August 21st at University of Virginia Medical Center’s open house for critical care and progressive care nurses from 9 a.m. until Noon. Experienced Registered Nurses are invited to take a tour of the Medical Center and learn about nursing opportunities at a nationally recognized academic medical center in beautiful Charlottesville, Virginia.

Generous compensation packages and attractive sign-on bonuses* are available for experienced registered nurses with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing and two or more years of experience.

If you want more, UVA wants you!

Please RSVP by August 17th to: Jody Goellner 434.924.0200 or j.goellner@virginia.edu

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