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Clinical Nurse - Pediatric Sarcoma Office Practice
MSK's pediatric cancer program is the largest of its kind in the United States giving us unparalleled expertise in all childhood cancers. In fact, the treatments we have pioneered at Memorial Sloan Kettering are now the standard of care at other institutions. Our surgeons have been pioneers in the treatment of soft tissue sarcoma. Some of the specialized approaches we utilized range from minimally invasive surgery to limb sparing surgery Are you ready to be a part of a team that is changing the way the world treats cancer?
The pediatric office practice nurse responsibilities range from nursing assessments, providing patient education to preparing tumor board summaries.
Hours: 10 Hour Days, 8am – 6pm, Monday - Friday
Please note- This opportunity is Not open to New Grads!
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