NWCH College Fair

August 19, 2014

Newark-Wayne Community Hospital, a Rochester Regional Health System affiliate, will hold a Health Sciences College Fair on Monday, September 15th from 5:30 p.m.to 7:00 p.m. in the hospital’s Main Dining Room. The public is invited to attend to find out about educational opportunities for students interested in health careers requiring associate degrees through graduate programs. Representatives will be available from: Newark-Wayne Community Hospital/DeMay Living Center/Rochester Regional Health System’s People Resources Department, as well as many of the local colleges in the region. Some professional Nursing organizations will also be represented.

(Applications for open positions at Newark-Wayne, DeMay Living Center and Rochester Regional Health System will not be available at this fair. Applications for positions are accepted through the on-line process only at www.rochestergeneral.org.) The address for Newark-Wayne Community Hospital is 1200 Driving Park Avenue, Newark, NY 14513.


For information, please call Ashlie Roberts at (315) 398-9767.

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