News : NurseWise Expands Presence in El Paso
St. Louis, MO, USA, Aug 3, 2015 -- NurseWise, a national multilingual nurse advice and health education provider, has moved its El Paso Clinical Care Center operations into a larger space to accommodate the company's continued growth and commitment to increasing the number of individuals it serves. At more than 10,000 square feet, the new location is double the size of NurseWise's previous El Paso Clinical Care Center.
"This expansion not only provides our current Registered Nurses and health care staff updated resources, but allows us to increase job opportunities in the El Paso community," said Kimberly D. Tuck, RN, Chief Executive Officer of NurseWise. "Our new facility is yet another advancement in our efforts to ensure our patients receive the care they need at the moment they need it most."
A seventh location is scheduled to open in Tucson, Arizona, in October 2015.
NurseWise provides health care to individuals and families across the country. NurseWise health care professionals are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week and 365 days a year to address immediate health care crises and to proactively engage individuals to become active participants in their health.
Opportunities are available for Registered Nurses and health care professionals for NurseWise's El Paso location. Because NurseWise is a multilingual nurse advice provider, bilingual applicants are highly encouraged to apply.
Posted by Veronica Silva Cusi, news correspondent
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NurseWise is a wholly owned subsidiary of Centene Corporation in the business of providing multilingual telehealth (nurse triage and health education) services. We partner with health plans, hospitals, providers, colleges and universities, and other specialty organizations to ensure all callers have access to high quality, appropriate care. Our services are designed to encourage callers to become active participants in their health care, engaging in activities that promote appropriate utilization of care resources as well as better health outcomes for individuals and their families.
Published: Wednesday, August 5, 2015