The University of Kansas Hospital - Cardiology Careers

Cardiology Jobs at The University of Kansas Hospital

It is an exciting time to be part of the nursing team in a Cardiology career with The University of Kansas Hospital. The area’s only Level 1 Trauma Center, we have earned Magnet® designation since 2006, have been named to U.S. News & World Report's Best Hospitals list every year since 2007, and rank as the No. 1 hospital in the Kansas City area.

An academic medical center, the hospital is a teaching institution that encourages advancement in healthcare through groundbreaking research and quality improvement initiatives. We also offer exceptional benefits, generous tuition reimbursement and a BSN Nurse Residency Program that has earned accreditation from the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education for our commitment to nursing excellence. Ours is an interdisciplinary approach to patient care and a place where nurses are proud to work. Join us as we continue to lead the state and the Kansas City area in healthcare excellence.

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Job Title Facility Department Schedule Shift City State
Cardiac Electrophysiology Lab RN Job The University of Kansas Hospital - Main Campus ELECTROPHYSIOLOGY Full Time Days Kansas City KS
Cardiac Rehab Nurse Job Medical Plaza Internal Medicine CARDIAC REHAB OVERLAND PARK Full Time Days Overland Park KS
Cardiology Nurse Job The University of Kansas Hospital - Main Campus CV CLINIC Part Time Days Kansas City KS
Clinical Nurse Coordinator - Cardiology Job The University of Kansas Hospital - Main Campus CV HEART RHYTHM MGMT Full Time Days Kansas City KS
Clinical Nurse Coordinator - Cardiology Job Medical Plaza Internal Medicine CV OP CLINIC PRN Days Overland Park KS
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