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Director of Nursing, ASC – POSITION IS FILLED

Join a multispecialty ambulatory surgery center as Director of Nursing of an established ASC averaging 5000 cases annually. DIRECTOR OF NURSING, AMBULATORY SURGERY CENTER SOUTHERN COOK COUNTY, SOUTH OF CHICAGO, ILLINOIS POSITION HIGHLIGHTS: – Provides direct supervision and counseling to the clinical staff of the Center including the areas of Pre-Op, PACU, Post-Op, and Central […]

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Director of Nursing, Surgery Center – POSITION IS FILLED

Are you a Director of Nursing with orthopedic experience looking to join a thriving surgery center in Northern Illinois? Here is the perfect opportunity! POSITION PROFILE AND REQUIREMENTS: – Opportunity to join a growing and established freestanding orthopedic Ambulatory Surgery Center. – This ASC has 4 operating rooms producing over 4000 cases annually. – Nursing […]

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Administrator, Surgery Center – POSITION IS FILLED

The Center Administrator is responsible for the daily operation of the Center; and in conjunction with the Medical Director, shall construct and implement, following Governing Body approval, all policies and procedures pertaining to the operation of the Center.  The Administrator is responsible for business development of the center.  The Center Administrator is responsible for achieving […]

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ASC Center Director/DON

DIRECTOR OF NURSING, ASC SOUTHEASTERN LOUISIANA Here is an exciting opportunity  for a clinical leader to join an ambulatory surgery center in the southeastern Louisiana area affiliated with a progressive ASC management company. POSITION PROFILE: Provide leadership to a growing surgery center that is expected to double in volume over the next 12 months. – […]

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ASC Insider Brief

We are well into our third year of publishing the ‘ASC Insider Brief.’ Our free e-newsletter is for ASC industry professionals to keep up to date on ASC news, trends, job openings, and upcoming industry conferences.  Easy sign up on our Home Page.

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ASC Administrator Testimonial

We enjoy recruiting for the ambulatory surgery industry and it’s gratifying to receive testimonials throughout the year from candidates and clients.  Communication in working with a recruiting firm helps to make the process smooth and outcome favorable.  I share this in hopes that these two recent testimonials help the process go well for others when […]

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Show Your Humanity

Interview Tip: Show Your Humanity Some candidates are overly concise on questions about hobbies, family, and spare time activities. But these questions often mean the difference between getting an offer and a rejection. You may be competing with people whose qualifications and accomplishments are very similar to your own. The interviewer and others in the […]

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Surgery Center and Hospital Recruitment Searches, 2-26-2015

New recruitment searches across the nation that may interest you or someone you know. Here’s a brief snapshot: Alaska – Administrator, ASC specializing in Ortho/Spine/Pain Mgmt 3500+ cases annually Houston Texas area – Administrator for multispecialty ASC averaging 6000+ cases annually Miami Florida area – Administrator for multispecialty ASC averaging 4000+ cases annually Central Florida […]

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Recruitment Searches Completed

This has been a great summer for our clients and for candidates accepting a position in locations coast to coast.  Positions filled include: Administrator, ASC, Miami FL CBO Director, ASC’s, Southeast FL Administrator, ASC, Anchorage AK Director of Nursing, ASC, Hartford CT Director of Nursing, Dallas, TX If you have a similar background or experience […]

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Interview Tip

We regularly hear of hiring managers who select a less qualified candidate because they liked the person’s energy. They liked their ideas. And they liked their enthusiasm. This is one of the top influencers in an interview and in deciding who gets the job.

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