Connecticut Acute Medicine Jobs (CT)

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  • Ob/gynCommunity Health Services(Hartford, Connecticut)

    Department: Women's Health Reports To: Director of Women’s Health POSITION SUMMARY Provides comprehensive primary health care including health promotion and disease prevention activities for CHS female patients. Responsible for the provision of quality health care for acute and chronic medical problems; follows hospitalized patients as appropriate, to assure continuity of care. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS...
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    Posted Tue 1st April

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Connecticut at a Glance:

  • Unemployment Rate: 4.6%

  • 2005 Per Capita Income: $47,819

  • Largest Cities: Bridgeport, New Haven, Hartford, Stamford, Waterbury

  • Minimum Hourly Wage: $7.40 (rises to $7.65 in 2007)

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