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Hospitals are looking to hire skilled nursing professionals nation wide. Many current nurses are entering retirement and creating ambulatory care nursing job openings for the next generation. Take advantage of current opportunities and find the ambulatory care nursing job that you are looking for.

Recent Ambulatory Care Nursing Jobs

Latest nursing job postings:

Asst Nurse Mgr- Ambulatory

From Shands Healthcare in Jacksonville, FL
They will also assist in patient care procedures as necessary and serve as a charge nurse for the infusion center….

Staff Rn Ii – Ambulatory Medical Services (casual Days)

From Memorial Health in Savannah, GA
Patient Care Experience Preferred. ADN or BSN, Licensed Registered Nurse in the state of Georgia. The professional registered nurse works in collaboration with…

Clinical Nurse I/ambulatory- Albemarle Urgent Care

From Carolinas Healthcare System in Albemarle, NC
Urgent Care Services. Complies with the Clinical Nurse I requirements of the Professional Nurse Clinical Advancement Program….

Rn Ambulatory Manager

From Centerpoint Health in Franklin, OH 45005
Registered Nurse (RN). We provide services in primary health care services, dental services, and behavioral health care services….

Patient Support Technician – Ambulatory Care

From Baycare in Saint Petersburg, FL
The Patient Support Technician provides direct patient care under the supervision of a registered nurse or licensed practical nurse….

Nurse Case Manager – Ambulatory – Coordinated Care At The American Family Childrens Hospital – 80% Fte, Day

From Uw Health in Madison, WI
The Nurse Case Manager collaborates with the Outcomes Manager and uses knowledge of pathophysiology, pharmacology, and clinical care processes to participate…

Registered Nurse (ambulatory Care, Peritoneal Dialysis- Ann Arbor Clinic)

From University Of Michigan in Ann Arbor, MI
One (1) year Charge Nurse experience. Participate in patient care conferences with the multidisciplinary team….

Pediatric Nurse – Ambulatory Surgical Center

From Dental Service, Llc in Portland, OR
Ambulatory Surgery Center Nursing:. Ambulatory Surgery Center nursing experience desired. We are looking for a pediatric nurse with excellent assessment skills…

Rn Ambulatory – Oakes Family Medicine

From Sanford Health in Fargo, ND 58103
The RN cares for patients in all phases of preventative care, health maintenance, diagnosis, treatment, and follow-up as patients move in and out of ambulatory…

Diabetes Nurse Educator (joslin Ambulatory Practice)

From State Of New York in Syracuse, NY
Manage telephone triage calls for diabetes care and management; Provide education services and general diabetes self- management education to patients, families…

Registered Nurse- Cath Lab Recovery (ambulatory Care)

From Mercy in Springfield, MO
We have opportunities for nurses who are inspired to pioneer new models of care and want to transform the healthcare experience….

Staff Nurse I (rn) – Ambulatory Surgery – Presence Covenant Medical Center

From Presence Health in Urbana, IL 61801
The Staff Nurse I – Registered Nurse is a Registered Professional Nurse (RN) who practices within the scope of the Illinois Nurse Practice Act to ensure the…

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Ambulatory Care Nursing Resources

American Nurses Credentialing Center
American Nurses Association
National Student Nurse’s Association
Nurse Licensing Council

Online Nursing Programs

Kaplan University Online
Walden University Online
Chamberlain College of Nursing
Grand Canyon University
Liberty University

Ambulatory Care Nursing Careers

To be an effective ambulatory care nurse the individual must possess swift and sound decision making skills and a have an excellent working knowledge of the art and science of nursing. Ambulatory care nurses often call upon various telehealth nursing practices to gather information from patients and monitor patient outcomes. Successful ambulatory care nurses will guide their patients through the healthcare system and educate them along the way while also monitoring their progress from the outside perspective of a healthcare professional.

Working as an ambulatory care nurse requires the individual to take on a dynamic role within the healthcare system. To perform effectively in this position the candidate must be an experienced nurse with an excellent track record. This field of nursing is not intended for newly licensed nurses as it requires the individual to draw on a multitude of previous experiences and takes a seasoned nurse who has been exposed to many different healthcare scenarios and patients. Typical ambulatory care nursing roles require a greater degree of responsibility than being a general staff nurse. Nurses in this profession are expected to continually expand their knowledge of nursing and healthcare practices. Most hospitals do not employ a large number of ambulatory care nurses since the position is relatively specialized, but there are certainly opportunities available for those interested in filling this type of role.

Current ambulatory care nurses or those aspiring to become involved in this field can find more information, professional conferences, industry publications, education programs and other resources through the American Academy of Ambulatory Care Nursing (