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United General Hospital is Hiring Staff Nurses

United General Hospital has been a vital part of the community for more than 40 years. The hospital serves Public Hospital District 304, including Burlington, Sedro-Woolley, Bayview, Samish Island, Concrete, Marblemount, Clear Lake and areas of Mount Vernon—over 2,000 square miles in Skagit (and parts of Whatcom) County. The hospital is governed by a five-member board of commissioners.

United General prides itself on personalized care in a quiet, healing environment. In addition to an excellent staff, we embrace state-of-the-art technology to ensure quality and safety. From the new linear accelerator in the cancer care center, to the fully computerized sleep disorders center, and the wireless, voice-activated communication systems, United General is bringing big city technology to its friendly, rural setting. 

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By wilson signal booster on 2010 03 31

Hello, I am a Spokane retiree and currently living in the Rep. of Panama.  I am aware of the need for qualified nurses also the great desire of many nurses around the world for those jobs.  I am wondering if you would entertain the prospect of an agent of yours recruiting QUALIFIED nurses in other countries to come to work in the US.  I would love a program here in Panama that would start and commit people here towards qualifiing to come to the US.  I know the Phillipines is the greates source of foriegn nursing and would also like to assist getting those qualified to the US.  I am afraid that the Phillipines is going to be closing the door on what they consider a great drain on their medical people.  If we could assist these people in the incredible legal, political hurdles, and paperwork they would have to go thorough, that would get them on the fast track, we would all win.  I hope that I have made some good points and you see some validity in what I have said.  I hope someone will respond for further discussion.  Sincerely, Patrick J. Harty

By Patrick Harty on 2010 05 11