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    PCU RN - Progressive Care Unit Nurse

    Permanent RN/DOU job in Minot, North Dakota with Credential Medical

    POSITION SUMMARY The RN is competent and accountable for the overall health status of patients assigned to her/his care. The RN is responsi... View job

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    MS RN job in Fargo , ND

    Permanent RN/MS job in Fargo , North Dakota with Trustaff Travel Nursing

    trustaff is currently seeking an experienced MedSurg RN for a full-time; direct-hire position with a medical facility located in Fargo , ND;... View job

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    Rehab RN - Rehabilitation Nurse

    Permanent RN/Rehab job in Minot, North Dakota with Credential Medical

    POSITION SUMMARY The RN is competent and accountable for the overall health status of patients assigned to her/his care. The RN is responsi... View job

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    PEDS RN, Pediatrics Nurse

    Permanent RN/PEDS job in Minot, North Dakota with Credential Medical

    POSITION SUMMARY Responsible for providing primary care to patients, including assessment, treatment, care planning, and medical care evalu... View job

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    RN - Ambulatory Surgery Center Nurse

    Permanent RN/Ambulatory job in Minot, North Dakota with Credential Medical

    POSITION SUMMARY Provides direct patient care to pediatric through geriatric patient populations in the GI Endoscopy setting. Assists with... View job

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North Dakota Stats

  • Population: 636,677
  • Hospitals: 14
  • Median RN Salary: $52,300

North Dakota Board of Nursing

919 South 7th Street, Suite 504
Bismarck , ND 58594
701-328-9777
701-328-9785 (fax)
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Ninety percent of North Dakota is covered by farmland. It has two U.S. Air Force bases which are located at Minot and Grand Forks. Two of the state's hospitals, Altru Hospital and Trinity Medical Center, are located in these two cities and provide medical care and nursing jobs for their area. North Dakota is considered the center of North America and has a stone marker in Rugby, identifying it as such. There is a large population of Native Americans in North Dakota where the United Tribes International Powow is held each September. The Roosevelt National Park is popular with tourists. North Dakota was recently ranked the "friendliest state" by Cambridge University and is ranked #1 in safety, making it a great place to live and work. Submit your resume to be matched to jobs in North Dakota.

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