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Medical Assistant
national spine e pain centersNew Port Richey, FL
Follow safety and infection control procedures at all times by maintaining individual protective protocols to X-ray exposure (aprons, shields, badges, etc.)
Full-time
Last updated 3 days ago
Medical Assistant
national spine e pain centersCape Coral, FL
Follow safety and infection control procedures at all times by maintaining individual protective protocols to X-ray exposure (aprons, shields, badges, etc.)
Last updated 18 days ago
Staff Recruiter (Remote)
national spine e pain centersWinter Park, FL
Associated topics: consultant, headhunter, interview, recruit, recruiter, sourcer, sourcing support, specialist, staffing coordinator, talent acquisition
Remote
Last updated 30+ days ago
Pre-Certification Specialist
national spine e pain centerspascagoula, MS
Equal Opportunity Employer National Spine & Pain Centers, one of the nation"s largest interventional pain management practice, is seeking a Pre-Certification Specialist to support our Pascagoula, MS team!
Last updated 30+ days ago
Associate Technical Support Analyst
national spine e pain centersFrederick, MD
Working under the guidance of the IT Service Desk Manager and Director of Information Technology (IT), this role will be responsible for: Serving as a Tier 1 and Tier 2 technical support resource, in a fast-paced and rapidly changing healthcare environment.
Last updated 30+ days ago
Registered Nurse
national spine e pain centersWinter Park, FL
This center is a single specialty surgery center specializing in interventional pain management.
Last updated 30+ days ago
Interventional Pain Management Physician
national spine e pain centersRichmond, VA
Interventional Pain Management Physician National Spine & Pain Centers (NSPC) is one of the fastest growing pain management group in the United States.
Last updated 30+ days ago
Per Diem ASC Registered Nurse
national spine e pain centersWinter Park, FL
Per Diem Registered Nurse (Ambulatory Surgical Center) National Surgical Centers of America, now an affiliate of National Spine & Pain Centers (NSPC), our platform of success is composed of a history of excellence, recognized distinction, groundbreaking treatment options, convenient locations, and long-term results.
Last updated 30+ days ago
Center Manager
national spine e pain centersLake Mary, FL
Knowledge of EMR and/or Electronic Practice Management systems and technologies, preferably Centricity and Modernizing Medicine.
Last updated 30+ days ago
Part Time ASC Registered Nurse
national spine e pain centersWinter Park, FL
This center is a single specialty surgery center specializing in interventional pain management.
Part-time
Last updated 30+ days ago
Interventional Pain Management Physician
national spine e pain centersThe Villages, FL
Interventional Pain Management Physician National Spine & Pain Centers (NSPC) is one of the largest pain management practices in the United States.
Last updated 30+ days ago
Radiology Technologist
national spine e pain centersWinter Park, FL
Working under the guidance of the Operating Room Manager, this role will: Operate complex radiology machines in a procedural setting to obtain optimum imaging results, using technical/clinical knowledge and ability.
Last updated 30+ days ago
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