American Mobile Healthcare – Riverside, CA
& RequirementsPost-Anesthesia Care Unit - PACU Nurse - (PACU RN) StartDate: ASAP Available Shifts: 12 E Pay Rate: $28.00 - 32.00 The role of the… HealthJobsNationwide
American Mobile Healthcare – San Jose, CA
& RequirementsCardiovascular Nurse - (Cardio - CVICU RN) StartDate: 10/12/2015Available Shifts: 12 D, 12 N Pay Rate: $37.00 - 41.00 Good Samaritan… HealthJobsNationwide
American Mobile Healthcare – Louisville, KY
& Requirements Rehabilitation Nurse - (Rehab RN) Frazier Rehab Institute Known for world-class care in comprehensive acute rehab, Frazier Rehab… American Mobile Healthcare
American Mobile Healthcare – Milwaukee, WI
& Requirements Renal Dialysis - Dialysis Nurse - (Dialysis RN) The role of the renal-dialysis / dialysis nurse (dialysis RN) is to provide care for… American Mobile Healthcare
American Mobile Healthcare – South San Francisco, CA
& Requirements Utilization Review - Managed Care Nurse - (UL RN) Previous case management experience and demonstrated experience in utilization… American Mobile Healthcare
American Mobile Healthcare – Webster, TX
& Requirements Progressive Care Nurse - (PCU RN) A progressive care nurse (PCU RN) works in a progressive care unit (PCU) and cares for patients… American Mobile Healthcare
In order to show you the most relevant results, we have omitted some entries very similar to the ones already displayed. To see more, consider refining your search term or location.
American Mobile Healthcare Photos
Doesn't RecommendNegative OutlookNo opinion of CEO
- Work/Life Balance
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
- Comp & Benefits
- Senior Management
I have been working at American Mobile Healthcare full-time (More than 5 years)
Working 3 months and take off whatever time you want between contracts.
Negotiate your housing stipend. I've gotten over $1000 more than what they offered. EVERYTHING is negotiable. Also negotiate them to fly you home between extensions if you extend your contract.
Advice to Management
Don't treat your employees like dollar signs. Every year it's getting worse and more obvious- this is why I left.