I've been a bedside nurse for 6 years now. I work on a medical/surgical floor. I'm interested in becoming a case manager. There is a medical case management certificate offered by university of California-Riverside extension program. I'm thinking about taking it but what are my chances of getting hired as a case manager? I think my chances are pretty good at the hospital I work at now but what about other places? I only have an ADN and I have a bachelor degree in social work. What's the best route to take? Any suggestion would be great!
Mar 16, '13
We would hire you RIGHT now without the certificate, we have 4 CM positions open and you'd be perfect.
Mar 18, '13
Thank you mclennan! Are you in CA? What company?
Mar 18, '13
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Mar 19, '13
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