Florida Healthcare Jobs

With an older than average population, there is a large focus on home health and long term care in Florida, as well as Medicare issues.  There has also been a recent push to raise quality and patient safety in Florida. We bring together a detailed listing of medical and healthcare careers in Florida. RN Nursing and other High Demand jobs for health care careers include:

  • Intensive Care (ICU) jobs in Florida

    ICU Nurse provides individualized quality patient care, and directs and coordinates members of the care team, for patients who are unstable and require complex monitoring of multiple systems.  Click for information on Florida ICU Nursing Jobs

  • Pharmacist (Pharmacy) jobs in Florida

    Pharmacists interpret medication orders or prescriptions, review patient profiles, and prepare and dispense medications. There is thought to be an estimated 25,070 Pharmacy Jobs in Florida by 2016.   Click Here

  • Radiology Tech (Rad Tech) jobs in Florida

    Radiology Technologists use radiation to help diagnose a patient’s illness or injury. Specialties include Diagnostic Medical Sonographer, Ultrasound, MRI, CT, Mammograms, and Nuclear Medicine. There is thought to be a 13 percent growth of workers in this area in Florida by 2018.   Find Radiology Jobs in Florida

  • RN (Registered Nurse) jobs in Florida

    The Registered Nurse (RN) is responsible for assessing, planning, coordinating, evaluating, and delegating the delivery of skilled patient care.  The average RN hourly salary in Florida is over $30 an hour.  Click for information on Florida RN Jobs

  • Occupational Therapy (OT) jobs in Florida

    Occupational Therapists use educational, vocational, rehabilitation and adaptive approaches to help people with physical, psychosocial, or environmental challenges to learn or regain the skills they need to participate fully in life roles and activities.  Click Here

  • Physical Therapy (PT) jobs in Florida

    Physical Therapists diagnose, evaluate and treat individuals relieve pain, restore function and prevent injury. There' over a 3 percent growth rate for Florida Physical Therapists, considered a "hot job" in the state.   Click for information on Florida Physical Therapist Jobs

  • Respiratory Therapy (RT) jobs in Florida

    Respiratory Therapists evaluate, treat, and care for patients with breathing disorders. They assume primary responsibility for all respiratory care treatments, ranging from premature infants whose lungs are not fully developed, to elderly people whose lungs are diseased. In Florida, you must be a Certified Respiratory Therapist to apply for a license.   Look for RT Jobs Here

  • Speech Pathology jobs in Florida

    Speech Language Pathologists (SLP) diagnose, evaluate, treat & research speech & language communication disorders, working with all age ranges. Florida has one of the highest numbers of employed Speech Lanuage Pathologists.  Search for Speech Pathologists Jobs in Florida

  • Med Tech (MT) jobs in Florida

    Medical Technologists perform laboratory tests to provide information for use by physicians in detecting, diagnosing or treating diseases. The average hourly salary for Medical Technologists in Florida is $25.70.   Click Here

  • Mammo Tech jobs in Florida

    Mammographers perform screening and diagnostic mammograms for women and occasionally men, using ionizing radiation and digital imaging.  Click Here

  • Med Lab Tech (MLT) jobs in Florida

    Medical Laboratory Technicians (MLT) with additional education (BS degree) and experience may become Medical Technologists (MT). In Florida, MLT's must have a Florida Clinical Laboratory Personnel license before applying for jobs.  Click for more information on Florida MLT Jobs


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