Working for Western Connecticut Health Network (WCHN), comprised of Danbury Hospital; New Milford Hospital; Norwalk Hospital; Western Connecticut Medical Group; and Western Connecticut Home Care, you can make a meaningful difference in the lives of other people. At the same time, you will grow your own skills and expertise - while simultaneously being well rewarded for doing so.
Western Connecticut Health Network offers a competitive benefits package as well as allotting funds for CME, License reimbursements and memberships.
The Clinical RN Coordinator - Oncology/Hematology coordinate's the clinical and administrative activities related to the outpatient physician's practice, to ensure high quality, safe patient care is delivered for this high risk, disease specific population
Associate Degree and minimum of three years job-related experience. State of CT RN license, Oncology Nursing Society Chemotherapy and Provider certification. State of CT RN license. Oncology Nursing Society Chemotherapy and Provider certification. The Clinical RN Coordinator-Oncology/Hematology coordinate's the clinical and administrative activities related to the outpatient physician's practice, to ensure high quality, safe patient care is delivered for this high risk, disease specific population. Preferred: BSN preferred. Oncology Nursing Society: OCN certification (Oncology Nursing). Hours: 40 Control hours.
Comprised of three hospitals, Danbury, Norwalk and New Milford, Western Connecticut Medical Group, and Western Connecticut Home Care, we are a healthcare network that’s built for the people we serve. We take care to put the patient at the center. We take pride in not only treating the sick, but also in keeping you well. We are Western Connecticut Health Network. And we know you well.
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