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Cerner LIS (PathNet) employment available in sunny Florida
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PostPosted: Thu Mar 30, 2006 10:29 pm    Post subject: Cerner LIS (PathNet) employment available in sunny Florida Reply with quote

Hi,

If you have experience on the LIS side with Cerner Millenium PathNet -
either applications analyst or interface analyst - and would be open to
relocation to beautiful, sunny Florida, please let me know!

I also have access to multiple other Cerner implementation analyst
opportunities for PathNet, SurgiNet, CareNet, PharmNet, Registration,
Scheduling, and ProFit - maybe have more tomorrow!

Thanks,
Christi O'Brien
513-701-5932
christi@jonathanscott.com
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