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Posted:
2/11/2018
Job Category:
Nursing
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GATEWAY REHAB | Pittsburgh, PA
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Job Description

Gateway Rehab, a not-for-profit organization and a leader in chemical dependency treatment, located in Pennsylvania and Ohio is seeking the following: NURSES Center Township - RN and LPN positions available for all shifts. Direct patient care, medication administration, phone triage, and patient health education. (Full time, Part time, and PRN/Casual hours available) PA RN/LPN licensure and CPR certification required NURSE PRACTITIONERS Center Township - Assists Medical Director by providing triage and diagnostic services to patients. (Full time and Part time hours available) PA Nurse Practitioner License required Criminal History, Child Abuse, and FBI clearances required.  Gateway Rehab Center

Equal Opportunity Employer

Founded in 1972, Gateway Rehab has become a leader in drug and alcohol treatment in Western Pennsylvania.  Our mission is to help all affected by addictive diseases to be healthy in mind, body and spirit.  We strive to provide effective long-term treatment for addictive disease by offering a continuum of clinical practices, recovery support, education and research.  Gateway Rehab proudly offers competitive wages and benefit packages, along with career advancement opportunities.  Bring your career to life and join us today!


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About GATEWAY REHAB

A nationally recognized leader in drug and alcohol treatment, not-for-profit Gateway Rehab provides care for more than 10,000 adults and youth annually within a network of 20 locations in Pennsylvania and eastern Ohio. Founded in 1972 Gateway has helped more than 80,000 individuals take the first steps toward recovery from addiction to alcohol and other drugs. Created in 1947 by Richard King Mellon, chairman of Mellon Bank and a major civic, financial, and industrial leader in Pittsburgh, the Richard King Mellon Foundation is among the largest independent foundations in the country with assets of more than $1.7 billion.