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Next Lutheran Health Network Career Showcase scheduled for Oct. 19

FORT WAYNE, Ind. (Sept. 18, 2017) – An opportunity to explore and apply for careers in the healthcare field has been scheduled for Oct. 19 on the Lutheran Hospital campus. A similar event drew more than 250 people in April.

The Lutheran Health Network Career Showcase will take place from 4 to 7:30 p.m. in Lutheran’s south lobby, located in Medical Office Building Two, 7910 W. Jefferson Blvd. Free parking is available in the south parking garage. Enter door 1L to reach the south lobby.

Representatives from multiple Lutheran Health Network entities, including hospitals, medical groups and urgent care clinics, will meet potential employees passionate about the delivery of patient care. Attendees can visit specialty booths to network one-on-one with LHN team members, share resumes, discuss job opportunities and, in some instances, take part in initial job interviews. Appetizers and refreshments will be served.

To avoid registration lines, attendees are encouraged to register online by Oct. 18 at LutheranHealth.net/showcase 

Clinical and nonclinical opportunities include:

• RNs
• LPNs
• Case managers
• CT technologists
• EVS techs
• IT techs
• Lab technicians
• MRI technologists
• Medical assistants
• Medical technologists
• Nutrition services (cooks, room service aides)
• Patient care assistants
• Pharm techs
• Pharmacists
• Radiology technologists
• Registration/Patient access
• Rehab: PT/OT/ST
• Respiratory therapists
• S.P.D. techs
• Surgical technicians
• Ultrasound technologists 
• Vascular technicians

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