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Employment

For over 80 years, The Brookdale University Hospital and Medical Center has offered a diverse selection of career opportunities in every area of our organization for people who value quality as much as we do. We thrive in providing quality care, compassion and expertise to the people in our community, and we would like you to join our family.

We are seeking highly skilled and talented professionals who are interested in the opportunity to make a significant contribution to their personal and professional growth.

Human Resources Employment Opportunities

 JOB IDJOB TYPEPOSITION DEPARTMENT
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BS001ManagementAssistant DirectorBuilding Services
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MR001ManagementCoding Compliance ManagerMedical Records
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MR002ManagementCoding ManagerMedical Records
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CM001AdministrativeCorporate Compliance OfficerCompliance
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UC001Physician AssistantFamily Nurse PractitionerUrgent Care
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NU001AdministrativeNutrition CoordinatorDietary
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FN002AdministrativeAuditorFinance
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FN001AdministrativeSenior Compensation AnalystHuman Resources
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PH001PhysiciansPhysicianUrgent Care
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PS001PsychiatryPsychiatristPsychiatry
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VA001Physician AssistantRegistered Vascular TechnicianVascular
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4221-2Physician AssistantPhysician AssistantNeurosurgery
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A8351-1Medical CodingCoding SpecialistMedical Coding


It is the policy and practice of the Brookdale University Hospital and Medical Center to ensure equal employment opportunities to employees and applicants without discrimination or harassment on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, sex, age, disability, alienage or citizenship status, marital status, familial status, creed, genetic predisposition or carrier status, sexual orientation or partnership status, or any other characteristic protected by law.  The institution is in compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) of 1992.