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  • Pasteur Dr, New Stanford Hospital - PALO ALTO
  • Broadway Bldg A - REDWOOD CITY
  • Clinical Dietitian I - Float
  • Pasteur Dr, Phase One - & - PALO ALTO
  • PATIENT ADMIN SPECIALIST II - Full Time Days
  • Knowles Dr - LOS GATOS
  • Clinical Nurse II (RN) - Medicine (B2) - .9 FTE Rotating
  • Pasteur Dr, Alway Building - PALO ALTO
  • Pasteur Dr, East Pavillion-HG Blocks - PALO ALTO
  • PATIENT CARE COORD I - Cancer Center Palo Alto (Relief)
  • Blake Wilbur Clinic - PALO ALTO
  • Patient Care Coordinator I - Cancer Center (Relief)
  • Blake Wilbur Clinic - PALO ALTO
  • Medical Assistant /Patient Care Coordinator I - Head & Neck Oncology
  • Blake Wilbur Clinic - PALO ALTO
  • PATIENT ADMIN SPECIALIST II
  • Blake Wilbur Clinic - PALO ALTO
  • Blake Wilbur Clinic - PALO ALTO
  • PSYCH IN-TAKE COORDINATOR
  • Quarry Rd, Psychiatry Clinic - PALO ALTO
  • Certified Neurodiagnostic Tech (Epilepsy Monitoring Unit)
  • Pasteur Dr, New Stanford Hospital - PALO ALTO
  • SUPPORT SERVICES ASSISTANT II
  • Pasteur Dr, D&T - & - PALO ALTO
  • SUPPORT SERVICES ASSISTANT II
  • Pasteur Dr, New Stanford Hospital - PALO ALTO
  • Relief Clinical Nurse (RN), Infusion Treatment Area
  • Blake Wilbur Dr, Advance Medicine Center - PALO ALTO
  • Nurse Navigator (RN), Outpatient Oncology - Palo Alto
  • Blake Wilbur Clinic - PALO ALTO
  • Relief Nurse Coordinator (RN), GYN Oncology, Breast Oncology, and Reconstructive Plastics
  • Blake Wilbur Clinic - PALO ALTO
  • Nurse Coordinator (RN), Cardiovascular Surgery Transplant
  • Pasteur Dr, D-Pod - PALO ALTO
  • Embarcadero - PALO ALTO
  • Embarcadero - PALO ALTO
  • Nursing Asst. (NA) II - Hepatology, Nephrology, Liver & Kidney Transplant - AAU (M5), FTE, Part-time Evenings
  • Pasteur Dr, New Stanford Hospital - PALO ALTO
  • Mission College Blvd - SANTA CLARA
  • Medical Assistant / Patient Care Coordinator II - Cancer Center
  • Samaritan Dr, South Bay Cancer Center - SAN JOSE
  • Clinical Lab Scientist -Virology
  • Pasteur Dr, Phase One - & - PALO ALTO
  • OFFICE ASSISTANT IV- Stanford Blood Ctr.
  • Hillview - Blood Ctr - PALO ALTO
  • Associate Service Desk Agent
  • Gateway Blvd - NEWARK
  • Gateway Blvd - NEWARK
  • Manager - IT Clinical Applications
  • Embarcadero - PALO ALTO
  • Pharmacy Procurement Assistant (Fixed Term)
  • Pasteur Dr, Phase One - & - PALO ALTO
  • Senior Imaging Clinical Systems Analyst
  • Pasteur Dr, Phase One - & - PALO ALTO
  • Medical Assistant / Patient Care Coordinator III - Redwood Cityf
  • Broadway Bldg D - REDWOOD CITY
  • Broadway Bldg B - REDWOOD CITY
  • Broadway Bldg B - REDWOOD CITY
  • Clinical Dietitian II - Outpatient Bone Marrow Transplant
  • Pasteur Dr, Phase One - & - PALO ALTO
  • PHYSICAL THERAPIST (RELIEF)
  • Pacific Center Dr - SAN DIEGO
  • Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist
  • Pasteur Dr, New Stanford Hospital - PALO ALTO
  • Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist
  • Pasteur Dr, New Stanford Hospital - PALO ALTO
  • Gateway Blvd, # - NEWARK
  • Embarcadero - PALO ALTO
  • Nursing Assistant, ENT/Plastics Relief
  • Pasteur Dr, East Pavillion-HG Blocks - PALO ALTO
  • Relief Nursing Assistant, Rotating, F3 Oncology
  • Pasteur Dr, F-Pod - PALO ALTO
  • Biomedical Informatics Data Scientist
  • Broadway Discovery Hall - REDWOOD CITY
  • Biomedical Informatics Data Scientist
  • Broadway Discovery Hall - REDWOOD CITY
  • NURSING ASSISTANT II, F3 Hematology/Oncology
  • Pasteur Dr, F-Pod - PALO ALTO
  • Inpatient Coding Specialist II (Remote)
  • Gateway Blvd - NEWARK
  • Patient Access Representative I
  • Pasteur Dr, Central Core - & - PALO ALTO
  • Patient Access Representative I
  • Pasteur Dr, Phase One - & - PALO ALTO
  • Clinical Nurse (RN), B1 Outpatient Observation Unit - Full Time Nights
  • Pasteur Dr, New Stanford Hospital - PALO ALTO
  • Medical Assistant /Patient Care Coordinator III - Emeryville
  • Hollis St - EMERYVILLE
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About Stanford Health Care

Researched & Written by Alexis Reale on the FlexJobs Team

Stanford Health Care is a division of Stanford Medicine—a segment of Stanford University. As an employer, Stanford Health Care offers job opportunities for new graduates, digital solutions experts, and both nonclinical and clinical professionals. Offering "a home for great talent" and "a place for innovation," dedication, and community, the employer has previously offered alternative schedule, freelance, occasional, and remote jobs with both full-time and part-time schedules. In addition to supporting work-life balance, the company offers benefits to eligible employees. Stanford Health Care maintains a "C-I-CARE" philosophy in recognition of the impact its patient relationships and overall contributions make. This philosophy is implemented into the company's culture and entails a commitment to courtesy, personal connection, and respect. It also represents a six-step process designed to ensure patient satisfaction: connect, introduce, communicate, ask, respond, and exit.

First established as the Palo Alto-Stanford Hospital in , Stanford University purchased the hospital in , later renaming it Stanford Hospital and Clinics before it adopted its current name. Today, Stanford Health Care is nationally recognized for its 12 specialties, which include cardiology and heart surgery, cancer care, ENT, diabetes and endocrinology, geriatrics, gynecology, gastroenterology and GI surgery, neurology and neurosurgery, nephrology, orthopedics, rheumatology, and urology. The healthcare system has also been distinguished by U.S. News & World Report, cited on its Best Hospitals Honor Roll and Best Regional Hospitals lists. Headquartered in Stanford, California, Stanford Health Care also maintains clinics, laboratories, and locations throughout California.

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Sara always suspected she was at high risk for colon cancer. Her mom had colon cancer three times, and both of her grandparents had the disease. Because of her family history, she had her first colonoscopy in her 30s. An all-clear result put her on a schedule to repeat the test in five to eight years. But Sara wondered if this was frequent enough. She came to the Stanford Health Care Digestive Health Center for a second opinion. At her first appointment, Dr. Uri Ladabaum, MD, Director of Stanford’s GI Cancer Prevention Program, allayed her fears. “He said, ‘We’re going to develop a plan for you. It’s going to be okay,’” said Sara. “Colorectal cancer is one of the leading causes of death from cancer, but the majority of deaths from colorectal cancer are preventable,” said Dr. Ladabaum. “Screening is proven to decrease the risk.” A routine colonoscopy allows doctors to both detect and remove small growths called polyps, all during one outpatient procedure. By removing polyps early, before they are left to develop into cancerous lesions, colonoscopies can prevent colon cancer from ever developing. Because of her family history, Dr. Ladabaum recommended she have a colonoscopy every year, not every five to eight years. Sara has faithfully followed his advice, coming to Stanford annually, despite living three hours away. Her tests had all been clear until a year ago when Dr. Ladabaum found and removed a medium-sized polyp. If left to grow, she said, the polyp would have become cancerous. “Colon cancer is completely preventable, so why not go and get a colonoscopy?” Sara asked. “I can’t control if I get a polyp, but I can control if we get it out in time.” Learn More: Colonoscopy: https://stanfordhealthcare.org/medical-tests/c/colonoscopy.html General Endoscopy: https://stanfordhealthcare.org/medical-clinics/digestive-health-endoscopy-suite-redwood-city.html Advanced Endoscopy: https://stanfordhealthcare.org/medical-clinics/digestive-health-endoscopy-suite.html Dr. Uri Ladabaum: https://stanfordhealthcare.org/doctors/l/uri-ladabaum.html

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