Schedule & Location
Restorative Pain: 1600 6th Avenue #108 York PA 17403
Are you looking for a once in a lifetime opportunity to transform healthcare? Join our multidisciplinary pain team in York, PA which consists of:
Be part of the first Transdisciplinary Pain Program within an integrated health system in the nation!
Provide healthcare to complex care patients with chronic pain in a healing environment aimed at restoring physical and emotional functioning and improving overall quality of life.
Under general supervision, coordinates all aspects of treatment, evaluation, support services and education for patients. Coordinates clinical documentation from referring and treating physicians for each patient.
Duties and Responsibilities
Required Education & Experience
Minimum Education Post High School Vocational/Specialized Training
Minimum Experience 2- 4 years nursing experience
Req Cert/Registration Current LPN license in PA; BLS certification
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Welcome. Respect. Value.
WellSpan Health recognizes and honors the diversity of our team members, patients and neighbors, and we embrace all the human characteristics that make us similar and unique. We strive to make every person feel welcomed, respected and valued by creating a safe and inclusive environment to which we all feel a sense of belonging. We are equally committed to ensuring all team members have the opportunity to excel and are positioned for success through equitable policies, practices and resources.
WellSpan Health is an Equal Opportunity Employer. It is the policy and intention of the System to maintain consistent and equal treatment toward applicants and employees of all job classifications without regard to age, sex, race, color, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, transgender status, national origin, ancestry, veteran status, disability or any other legally protected characteristic. WellSpan Health does, however, have a tobacco-free/nicotine-free hiring policy.
Founded in 1741, the city of York is considered by many as the first capital of the United States. The Articles of Confederation were signed by the Second Continental Congress here in 1777. Its beautifully restored historic district is an architectural treasure. While York retains its farming and manufacturing heritage, at its heart York is a thriving cultural community that has attracted creative talent and innovative entrepreneurial investors from across the nation.
Life in York County offers affordable housing, options for higher education, a thriving arts and cultural community, historical attractions, parks and recreational resources, semi-professional baseball team, fine dining and more — within an easy drive of major East Coast cities.
York County residents can find local employment in healthcare, manufacturing, technology, agricultural and service sectors. (Patient population: 445,000)