Cape Cod Healthcare to hold career fair February 6

Several healthcare-related positions available

Cape Cod Healthcare will host a career fair at Cape Cod Hospital in Hyannis on Saturday, February 6 from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. The career fair was orginally scheduled for January 23 and rescheduled due to inclement weather. The organization is seeking candidates for a variety of positions in the RN, clinical and information systems fields.

Open positions including nurses, physicians, nurse practitioners, physical therapists, phlebotomists, OR tech (Cape Cod and Falmouth Hospitals), radiology tech, mammographer, mental health specialists and experienced medical coders. There are also several IT opportunities including senior inpatient systems analysts, senior ambulatory systems analysts, senior lab information system analyst, help desk analysts, manager of network services and manager of ambulatory information systems.

For those interested in nursing, there will be a nursing ground rounds at 10 a.m. ("From novice to expert, a nurse's journey). In addition to Cape Cod Hospital, Cape Cod Healthcare operates Falmouth Hospital, Emerald Physicans Primary Care Nursing, Visiting Nurses Association of Cape Cod, JML Care Center, Heritage of Falmouth, Medical Affiliates of Cape Cod's Primary, Specialty and Urgent Care Nursing and Cape Cod Healthcare Lab Services.

Registration is not required to attend the career fair which will be held in the Lorusso Conference and Education Center at the hospital.

Cape Cod Hospital is at 27 Parker Street in Hyannis. Once at the hospital, follow the signs for the career fair.


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