Networking Group

The Nurse Avenue Networking
Group

For Canadian Nurses

 

 

 

    

 

 

 

Join our facebook group to connect with other Canadian nurses

  • Connect with 2000+ nurses across Canada & events in your area
  • Get answers to your questions
  • Share experiences/vent 
  • Get access to our monthly newsletter with the latest resources, tips and exclusive job offers
     

 

Join the Group

 
 
 
 
 
 

 

About Nurse Avenue


Nurse Avenue is a networking community and job centre for Canadian nurses. We are dedicated to creating a tailored site suited to finding quality jobs with reputable employers. 

This is a place where you can find jobs, resources and other nurses in your area. As we grow we plan on hosting workshops, events and yearly meet-ups. 

We built this company to create an easy road to success for Canadian nurses. Our platform replaces the chaotic and inelegant healthcare staffing system with a simple easy-to-use website where employers can find nurses and nurses can find employers. 

We also create curated resources specifically for nurses, for all the stages of your career. Beyond that, we have a private networking group where Canadian nurses can go to connect with other  nurses, share experiences, ask questions and vent.

 

Thank you for joining us on this journey and cheers to you in your next chapter of success!


The Nurse Avenue Team 

 

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