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    Clincal Director - ASC - Endoscopy

    Permanent Mgmt/DON job in Wilmington, North Carolina with Wilmington Health

    Purpose: Responsible for supervising and directing nursing care in all clinical areas of the facility according to the policies, procedur... View job

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    Registered Nurse Medical Telemetry

    Permanent RN/DOU job in Greensboro, North Carolina with Cone Health

    Cone Health Again in Top 2 Percent in U.S. News & World Report Rankings! Cone Health once more achieves “High Performing” in all nine con... View job

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    Registered Nurse Supervisor

    Permanent RN/SNF job in Winston Salem, North Carolina with Salemtowne Retirement Community

    Duties & Responsibilities: Ensures that patient care requirements are met by scheduling and assigning staff; monitoring attendance, and t... View job

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    Regional Health Services Manager-Registered Nurse

    Permanent RN/Corrections job in Charlotte, North Carolina with The GEO Group, Inc.

    he Manager, Regional Health Services (East) position monitors and evaluates the performance of the facility’s healthcare systems based on or... View job

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    Physical Therapy Assistant

    Permanent other/other job in Wilmington, North Carolina with Wilmington Health

    Purpose: •Assist Physical Therapist (PT) in providing physical therapy treatments and procedures with patient Expected Hours: •Monday -... View job

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North Carolina Stats

  • Population: 8,683,242
  • Hospitals: 109
  • Median RN Salary: $56,240

North Carolina Board of Nursing

3724 National Drive, Suite 201
Raleigh , NC 27612
(919) 782-3211
(919) 781-9461 (Fax)
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North Carolina offers beautiful beaches on its eastern shoreline for those who enjoy coastal living and the Outer Banks, a string of narrow islands that form the Albemarle Sound and the Pamilo Sound, the two largest landlocked sounds in the U.S. The Appalachian Mountains run through the western section of the state with sub-ranges including the Great Smoky Mountains, the Blue Ridge Mountains, and the Black Mountains making North Carolina a favorite site for hiking and mountain climbing. Central North Carolina is known as the Piedmont region, which is the most highly populated area of the state. North Carolina has many historical sites to explore from the Colonia, antebellum, and Revolutionary War period. The Charlotte Motor Speedway in Concord holds the three Sprint Cup Series races each year. Duke University Medical Center provides medical care and nursing jobs for much of its region. Submit your resume to be matched to jobs in North Carolina.

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