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Positions in the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex

You are invited to fill a critical role with one of Texas’ top-ranked, most-respected nonprofit hospital systems in a brand new, ultramodern retail urgent care initiative with locations throughout the DFW region. Our stunning, specialty-specific urgent care clinics are designed to furnish the utmost in patient comfort along with the best provider efficiency.

Details Include:

  • Ultramodern clinics with coffeehouse-style amenities

  • Five exam rooms, Digital X-ray, laboratory, and prepackaged pharmacy onsite

  • Staffing includes independent Nurse Practitioners, Physician Assistants, Concierge Medical Assistants, LVNs and Radiation Technologists / Radiographers

  • Off-site support for radiology, including reading/interpreting X-rays in an average of just 12 minutes!


Downtown Dallas

Downtown Dallas is a continuously growing area with a beautiful arts scene, urban green spaces, fine dining and luxurious shopping. See the hustle and bustle of professionals by day, and experience nightlife and entertainment after dark.

West End

Experience Dallas history in the West End District. Here you'll find the Old Red Museum where the visitor's center is housed, along with the JFK Memorial Plaza. There's also tons of shops and restaurants located on a walking strip of Market and Record Streets. Stroll former warehouses and railroad stations that have been beautifully preserved and converted into restaurants with shaded sidewalk patios and only-in-Dallas retail shops. The district is home to some of Dallas' most iconic moments, including the grassy knoll in memoriam to JFK, and a perfect spot for a walking tour of Dallas history.

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Farmers' Market

The Dallas Farmers Market was established in 1941 as the a municipal farmers market. Historically, it was the central hub for farmers to bring their produce, meats, and dairy to the city. Today, with the development in downtown Dallas, the Dallas Farmers Market has been transformed to be the farmers market for the future. The addition of food entrepreneurs along with farmers and ranchers, makes this a place to taste the diverse flavors and cultures of Texas. The Market is open daily with a variety of eateries and shops. The Shed is open over the weekends as the an open-air farmers market.

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Art District

Spread over 20 square blocks and encompassing 68 acres, the walkable downtown hub of creativity features art for all the senses with award-winning museums, performing arts venues, restaurants and bars, while an arts magnet high school, Booker T. Washington, inspires tomorrow's brilliant artists.

Boasting the largest contiguous urban arts district in the nation and an array of vibrant and breathtaking visual and performing arts experiences across the city, Dallas offers world-class exhibits and adventures for culture lovers.

From the Nasher Sculpture Center, one of the finest collections of modern and contemporary sculptures in the world, to stunning sounds of the Meyerson Symphony Center, you can't beat a day in the Dallas Arts District.

One Arts Plaza

A 24-story state-of-the-art tower, overlooking the Dallas Arts District, this mixed-use complex combines office, residential, restaurants and retail. Inside, the lobby features the largest digital art installation in North Texas and outside award-winning restaurants Tei-An, Jorge's Tex-Mex Café and YOLK surround an impressive basalt log fountain that lights up the night. You can even catch a free ride to and from your downtown destination within the riding zone on the One Arts Cart by calling 855-ONE- ARTS.

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A Glimpse of Dallas


Those who want to escape the fast-paced atmosphere of the city can take a break in one of the beautiful natural parks that surround the area.

Job ID: 23957

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