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Hospital Dream Jobs

Posted on the 06 June 2011 by Candacemoody @candacemoody


If you’re a medical professional, you’ll want to bookmark HospitalDreamJobs.org. It’s a job board featuring dozens of hospital and medical professions and hundreds of employers nationwide. The site also offers career advice and a blog focused on issues that are important to workers in the medical field.

Hospital Dream Jobs posts healthcare jobs from hospitals, medical centers, universities, recruitment companies, clinics, pharmacies, labs, staffing services, healthcare travel and major job boards. It also features articles, tools and resources to help them create the career of their dreams. Jobseekers can check out hospitals of interest, professional associations and journal links, college information in specific healthcare fields, current blogs and podcasts, and of course, many job listings.

You can also follow Hospital Dream Jobs on Facebook and Twitter (@hospitaldrmjobs.) The Hospital Dream Jobs blog offers insight into industry trends. A recent blog post (Tele-ICU Nursing) talked about a new certification for nurses that will allow them to work remotely and offer services virtually.

(From the blog post)

According to the American Association of Critical-Care Nurses’ website, this new wave of “technologically enabled medical networks may be utilized for improving patient safety, bridging distance barriers for rural and underserved areas, providing access to multidisciplinary clinical expertise, shortening ICU lengths of stay, improving patient outcomes and saving costs.”

Last month, the AACCN launched the initial certification exam for the CCRN-E, a credentialed certification for critical care nurses who primarily or exclusively monitor and care for acutely and/or critically ill adult patients in a tele-ICU (e.g. virtual ICU or e-ICU) behind the camera from a remote location. A tele-ICU system involves a command center staffed by physicians and nurses who watch patients using a two-way audio-visual monitoring system to provide support and guidance to the bedside staff.

If you’ve considered a medical career, this site is a must-have research tool. If you’re in the medical field already, you will benefit from the advice and connections it offers when you’re thinking about your next career move.


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