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National Alliance of Wound Care(R) Launches On-line Job Resource Center and New Website
Date:11/2/2009

GLENDALE, Wis., Nov. 2 /PRNewswire/ -- The National Alliance of Wound Care (NAWC(®)), the largest, multi-disciplinary, wound care credentialing and association organization, announced today, the launch of their wound care specialty on-line Job Resource Center in conjunction with their newly redesigned website at, www.nawccb.org.

"We are very excited to support our nearly 8000 certified wound care professionals with this newly re-designed website. The website has several helpful features, including the dynamic on-line Job Resource Center, WOUND CARE CAREERS," said Debbie Hecker, NAWC Executive Director.

WOUND CARE CAREERS Job Resource Center:

  • Puts wound care employers and job seekers together
  • Allows job seekers to promote themselves by publishing their Resume and Curriculum Vitae on the Job Resource Center
  • Exclusively displays positions related to wound care clinicians and management

Open positions on WOUND CARE CAREERS are sourced from the 175 non-profit association members of National Health Care Career Network, including founding member, American Hospital Association. These openings can be viewed by the nearly 8000 highly qualified Wound Care Certified (WCC(®)s) and other wound care clinicians.

To access WOUND CARE CAREERS, go to the NAWC website at www.nawccb.org and click on the WOUND CARE CAREERS logo on the home page. The new website and job resource center will be available November 2, 2009.

ABOUT NAWC

The non-profit, National Alliance of Wound Care is the largest and fastest growing group of certified wound care professionals in the United States. NAWC is among an elite group of more than 90 credentialing organizations who have received and maintained National Commission for Certifying Agencies (NCCA) accreditation.

SOURCE National Alliance of Wound Care


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