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From Kay, Review Med - 03/07/06 Click here to reply  
On-Site Telephonic nurse case manager in the Dallas area needed. Please fax resume and salary requirements to 214-378-8456
Reply from Kimberly Childress, self - 07/26/06 

From Kay, Review Med - 03/07/06 Click here to reply  
I am hiring an on-site, in the office telephonic nurse case manager. Previous worker's compensation experience preferred, but will train. Send resume and salary requirements to 214-378-8456.
Reply from Kim, LVN - 07/26/06 

From Jeff, PsychCareers - 03/03/06 Click here to reply  
I am looking for a directory of nurses. I need to be able to contact them directly, especially RNs. Is there any resource like that available that anyone can tell me of?
Reply from Dee, RN/NCM needing a home based position - 12/12/06 
Reply from Bernadette, Psychiatric Nurse - 07/06/06 
Reply from Melanie, independent consultant - 07/06/06 
Reply from Adicia, RN,NCM,Mediator - 05/19/06 
Reply from Diane, Florida - 04/14/06 

From Kerry Berryhill, from Olive Branch, Ms - 03/02/06 Click here to reply  
I am a pediatric nurse on an inpatient unit. I have seven years experience. I also have some experience with adults. I am looking for a nursing job that I can do from home full time, preferably with benefits. Maybe something like chart reviews or telephone triage. Does any one know where I might go to look for those type of positions?
Reply from Bev, Independent Contractor - 04/14/06 

From Julia Hartshorne, Pediatric Partners - 03/02/06 Click here to reply  
I am a triage nurse at a large pediatric pratice. I am looking for a conference to attend on phone nursing. Does any one have any info?
Reply from Carol, Carol M. Stock & Associates - 03/09/06 

From Beth Tirpak, Emergency/trauma - 03/01/06 Click here to reply  
I am an RN with 5 years ER/Triage/Trauma experience with adults and pediatrics. I am looking for an a part time, at home, telephone triage position. I have excellent computer skills and dedicated work ethic. bethlynes@yahoo.com

From Souixsea, HMC - 02/26/06 Click here to reply  
HELP TELEPHONIC NURSE CASE MANAGEMENT AND/OR CALL CENTER MANAGEMENT CERTIFICATION: Is there anyone out there who knows where to obtain educational certification for the above listed needs. Please email me, I would be so appreciative. Thank You souixseaq@aol.com

From Lisa, lamalt@msn.com - 02/21/06 Click here to reply  
I am looking for a home-based telephone nursing position in FL. I have certificates in Case Mgmt. and Quality Mgmt.

From Kathleen O'Hanlon, between jobs - 02/19/06 Click here to reply  
Dear telenurses: I am interested in medical document review on a per project basis. My background includes a certificate as a paralegal plus 6 years of feild work in law offices that specialized in personal injury. In addition, I do have telephone work experience from working in a doctor's office with a focus of oncology and the side effects of chemo and related treatments. If you know of anyone, who could use my abilities, I am anxious to interview with them. Thank you all. Kathleen kathleen_ohanlon@hotmail.com or kateyme_kateyd@yahoo.com
Reply from M, nurse - 03/03/06 

From Linda Johnson, Case Manager - 02/15/06 Click here to reply  
Hi: I am a Register Nurse with a BSN. looking to work with telephonic Case Manager from home. I am close to Houston, Texas and will soon have my compact license to work with 13 states. If anyone know of any positions that is hiring please write me at altonmoye2@msn.com. Have experience working with community,health,medicaid and medicare clients.

From pam, ob/gyn clinc - 02/12/06 Click here to reply  
I work in an OB/GYN clinic. We use a telephone contact form for messages i,t is a permanent part of the record. Some nurses want a telephone log book for messages, then rewrite messages prn for the chart. I feel that all contacts are improtant, even if it only means one more phone number to contact the patient. I also feel strongly that you should have a patient chart whenever possible to call back a patient. Many nurses say, "if you haven't heard anything, then everything is ok". Management is not supportive.

From Ella, home health - 02/09/06 Click here to reply  
Hello, I am native Russian speaking RN looking for triage nursing job working out of my home in Oklahoma City. I am also licensed in NJ and MD.Experienced in hospital work(med/surg) and home healthcare. Thank you for your help!
Reply from errol seltzer, bamdc - 02/14/06 

From Amy, Newark,Dalaware - 01/09/06 Click here to reply  
I am an LPN of 3 years. I am interested in work from home opportunities as a consultant or in clinical record review. I have Heidis chart review experience and pediatric triage experience .I have excellent computer skills and public relations. I’m interested in new opportunities while continuing with my current position.nurseamy24@yahoo.com

From Pati, Erie,Pa - 12/19/05 Click here to reply  
I have worked this past year as Maternal Child Coordinator for a hmo medicaid insurance company, doing cm for high risk moms and also nicu infants. Developed policies, protocols for healthy moms program presented to the state. I mostly worked from home and loved the work. Does anyone know of something like this? I am a RN with 30 yrs nicu,peds,international nursing experience. Please contact rnmominerie@verizon.net.

From Abdirahman Maalim Hussein, initially with Ministry of Health,now with International organization for migration IOM - 12/14/05 Click here to reply  
Am a Qualified Kenyan Registered Nurse with training(4yrs)& Experince(8yrs) in Midwifery,Psychiatry,Paeds,Orthopaedics,Surgery and Maternal Child Health.Seeking for a position of a Nurse.Can start Job immediately available.My contacts are abdirahman_myself@yahoo.com Cell phone +2540722666186.Warm regards.