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Emergency Department Nurses

What will YOU do today?

ER nursesWhen you see an average of 200 patients every day, treating cardiac arrest, brain attack and a variety of traumas are all in a day's work.

As an Emergency Department nurse at The George Washington University Hospital, you won't just see a lot. You'll see it all. And if you're ready to do whatever it takes to treat whatever comes your way, we've got a great opportunity for you.

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Frequently Asked Questions

nursesFAQs About Nursing Positions and Nursing Internships

Do you PAY A stipend for relocating? Do you assist with housing?

Relocation expenses are considered on a case-by-case basis. Please discuss your circumstances with one of our recruiters. Housing assistance is not available.

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Critical Needs Jobs

medical staffMaking a Difference as a Healthcare Professional

Working as a healthcare professional begins with a focus on quality. Each day presents a new opportunity to provide residents of our community with medical treatment that will ease pain, restore health and extend lives. How fortunate we are to know that the work we do each day truly makes a difference.

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