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    Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner

    Permanent NP/PMHNP job in Worcester, Massachusetts with Empowered Partnerships LLC

    TITLE: Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner LOCATION: Worcester, MA # OPENINGS: 1 TERM/STATUS: Full-time (various schedules available) SCHEDUL... View job

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    LPN Licensed Nurses Worcester MA

    Permanent LPN/SNF job in Worcester, Massachusetts with Bear Mountain Healthcare

    Bear Mountain Healthcare has immediate openings for Licensed Practical Nurses (LPNs) looking to work in our Long Term Care Facility in Worce... View job

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    Oncology Nurse - Travel - (Onc RN)

    Travel/Contract RN/Oncology job in Boston, Massachusetts with American Mobile Healthcare

    Job Description & Requirements Oncology Nurse - (Onc RN) StartDate: 05/02/2021Available Shifts: 12 N Pay Rate: $1760.36 - 1939.99 As a val... View job

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Massachusetts Stats

  • Population: 6,940,000
  • Hospitals: 190
  • Median RN Salary: $92,140

Massachusetts Board of Nursing

239 Causeway Street
Boston , MA 2114
(617) 727-9961

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