Georgia health system seeks to fill 207 jobs

Phoebe Putney Health System in Albany, Ga., is creating 207 jobs, according to TV station WALB.

Phoebe officials told the station the jobs are primarily clinical positions needed due to market growth, but there are also jobs for guest relations representatives and staff to work at the health system's planned education and training simulation lab on its main campus.

"We're fortunate that our volunteer board members and our leadership team have managed Phoebe’s finances extremely well over the years," added Scott Steiner, Phoebe president and CEO. "Because of that fiscal responsibility, we are in a position to invest more in our people, programs and facilities to improve the level of care we are able to provide the people of southwest Georgia."

Learn more about employment opportunities at the health system here.

 

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