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    Hospice RN Case Manager (BA)

    Permanent RN/Hospice job in Birmingham, Alabama with Strelcheck Healthcare Search

    Join a hospice organization as an RN Case Manager providing compassionate and palliative care to patients as well as supporting the spiritua... View job

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    ER RN, 13 weeks, Mobile, AL

    Travel/Contract RN/ER job in Mobile, Alabama with Aequor Healthcare Services

    13 week travel contract at Level I trauma center in Mobile, AL. Aequor Job ID #328851 . Pay package is based on 12 hour shifts and 36 hour... View job

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    Licensed Practical Nurse/ LPN

    Permanent LPN/other job in Birmingham, Alabama with Diversified Healthcare

    LICENSED PRACTICAL NURSE I. PRIMARY FUNCTION: To provide nursing health care services to individuals according to policies and proce... View job

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    Urgent Hiring : Registered Nurse- Travel- Acute- Birmingham, AL

    Travel/Contract RN/Dialysis job in Birmingham, Alabama with Talent4health LLC

    POSITION: RN- Acute- Travel LOCATION: 4913 Raleigh Common Dr, Suite 100, 06842 * Renal Care of Memphis North, 38128 DURATION: 12 wee... View job

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    RN Psychiatry job in Alabaster, AL

    Travel/Contract RN/Psyc job in Alabaster, Alabama with Host Healthcare

    HOST HEALTHCARE PUTS OUR TRAVELER’S COMFORT FIRST. We realize Travel healthcare isn’t just about finding the perfect job – it’s about findi... View job


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Alabama Stats

  • Population: 4,900,000
  • Hospitals: 138
  • Median RN Salary: $59,470

Alabama Board of Nursing

770 Washington Ave
Montgomery , AL 36104
(334) 293-5200
(334) 293-5201 (fax)

Almost 5 million people call Alabama home. From the mountainous north to the southern Gulf Coast, Alabama has geological diversity and a multitude of rivers to explore. Alabama has a rich history as it was home to many indigenous cultures for thousands of years before it was settled by the French. Alabama is also the location of attractions such as the Unclaimed Baggage Center and the Wetumpka Meteor Crater. While the majority of the populace live in large cities such as Birmingham and Huntsville, the smaller metropolis of Tuscaloosa is considered the region's healthcare center which includes the DCH Regional Medical Center, The University of Alabama, and Bryce Hospital. Submit your resume to be matched to jobs in Alabama.

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Credits: "View of downtown Huntsville, Alabama from Big Spring International Park" by Anivron