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The scope of work for this position is all Centura Health and may need to travel across all entities, ambulatory and clinics to support local teams throughout the system.
Centura Health is more than a great place to work - it s a place where our core Values of Compassion, Respect, Integrity, Spirituality, Stewardship, Imagination and Excellence are demonstrated daily in everything we do.
Centura Health: CONNECT with a system committed to developing your career With a legacy spanning more than a century and a faith-based Mission that emphasizes caring for people body, mind and spirit, Centura Health is much more than a great place to work.
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