Portuguese American Journal

Community: Brown Medicine seeks qualified applicants – Brown University, RI

Brown Medicine, one of the state’s largest medical group practices with more than 200 physicians in multiple patient care locations in Rhode Island, is holding Open Interviews on Thursday, May 31, 2018 at its Patient Center located at 375 Wampanoag Trail in the Riverside section of East Providence, R.I. to fill various medical job openings.  The event will take place from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. and is open to the general public.

Brown Medicine human resources representatives will be interviewing for the following positions:  Endoscopy Nurse, Endoscopy Technicians, Medical Assistants (primary and specialty care), Medical Secretary (primary and specialty care), and Ambulatory Nurse Care Manager.  Qualified applicants are asked to bring a copy of their resume for consideration.  Jobs are based in Brown Medicine’s East Providence, Providence, East Greenwich, West Warwick or Warwick sites.

For a list of additional job openings, visit Brown Medicine’s “Careers” page at BrownMed.org for descriptions and details.  Inquiries can be directed to Christine Ellingwood, SHRM-CP, human resources representative at Brown Medicine by emailing:  Christine.Ellingwood@umfmed.org.

Source: Brown Medicine (Press Release)

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Established in 2000, Brown Medicine (formerly known as University Medicine) is a nonprofit primary care, specialty outpatient and sub-specialty medical group practice with over 200 physicians and multiple patient care locations across the state of Rhode Island.  One of the largest physician groups in Rhode Island, Brown Medicine is affiliated with the Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University, and employs most of the full-time faculty of Brown’s Department of Medicine. Specialties and clinical divisions include:  general internal medicine; primary care; diabetes and endocrinology; infectious disease; hospital medicine; hypertension and kidney diseases; hematology/oncology; nephrology; pulmonary, critical care and sleep; gastroenterology; rheumatology and geriatrics. Over 100,000 patients are served annually from Rhode Island, Massachusetts, Connecticut and other states and countries.  The three-part mission of Brown Medicine is high-level quality medical patient care, state-of-the-art clinical research studies, and dedicated teaching of more than 400 medical students, residents and fellows trained by Brown Medicine physicians annually. Brown Medicine is headquartered at 110 Elm Street in Providence, RI  02903; phone:  877-771-7401; web:  www.BrownMed.org

Brown Medicine is part of Brown Physicians, Inc., a clinical, research and teaching affiliate of the Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University