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Registered Nurse (RN)
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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:

Registered Nurse Rn Ambulatory Care

From Banner Health in Fallon, NV
Implements the plan of care through direct patient care, coordination, delegation and supervision of the activities of the health care team….
 

Ambulatory Care Nurse Ii – Signature Care

From Duke University And Duke University Health System in Durham, NC
AMBULATORY CARE NURSE II – Signature Care. Adult Medical/Surgical, ED, Critical Care, Cardiac or previous Ambulatory Care experience within the last 5 years…
 

Ambulatory Care Assistant

From Wvu Healthcare in Morgantown, WV
Ambulatory Care Assistant (81395). One-year experience as a Medical Assistant or patient care preferred. Demonstrate knowledge of use and care of all equipment…
 

Ambulatory Oncology Clinic Supervisor

From Umass Memorial Health Care in Worcester, MA 01604
The position reports to the Nurse Manager, Ambulatory Services. Directs patient care activities. In collaboration with the Nurse Manager, responsible for the…
 

Nursing Assistant – Ambulatory Post Op2atrium; 0.75 Fte; Pm Shifts

From Unitypoint Health – Meriter in Madison, WI 53715
The CNA works under the close supervison of the Registered Nurse. The Nursing Assistant (CNA) practices and performs the basic nursing assistant procedures…
 

Nurse Director Ambulatory Surgery Center

From Clinical Management Consultants in New Rochelle, NY
As the Nurse Director of the Ambulatory Surgery Center, you will interface with various Senior Leadership and develop new policies and procedures….
 

Ambulatory Care Nurse Ii – Brier Creek Urgent Care

From Duke University And Duke University Health System in Raleigh, NC
Plan, provide and document professional nursing care in ambulatory settings, utilizing the nursing process, in accordance with physician orders and established…
 

Registered Nurse (rn) – Orthopedics Ambulatory Center

From Hartford Hospital in Hartford, CT
By embodying these values we have become nationally respected for patient care and most trusted for personalized coordinated care….
 

Rn – Ambulatory

From Sentara Healthcare in Norfolk, VA
The Registered Nurse develops, implements and evaluates plans of care for specific patient populations. Coordinates and collaborates with multidisciplinary team…
 

Ambulatory Nurse Manager

From Lee Health in Fort Myers, FL
The Ambulatory Nurse Manager is responsible for the organization of patient care services delivered for assigned multi-physician/multi-practice sites….
 

Registered Nurse (rn) Ambulatory – Internal Medicine

From Sanford Health in Bismarck, ND 58507
Registered Nurse (RN) Ambulatory | Internal Medicine | Bismarck. The Registered Nurse (RN) is responsible for utilizing the nursing process (assessment,…
 

Supervisor, Nursing Ambulatory – Urology

From Sanford Health in Fargo, ND 58103
We are leaders in health care and strive to provide patients across the region with convenient access to expert medical care, leading-edge technologies and…
 

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Ambulatory Care Nurse Job Description
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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
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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 (AAACN.org).