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ARIZONA UROLOGY IS LOOKING FOR OUR NEXT TEAM MEMBER!

Attention certified Medical Assistants! The Arizona Urology team needs your help. We are looking to add a new member to our Mesa team. This is a busy practice with constant growth, and we are seeking a qualified health professional who would like to share their experience and dedication to patient care with our expert group.

We are seeking applicants who would be based in Mesa but are willing to travel, are bilingual, and preferably have some urology experience. If you are individual who fits these requirements, please send your resume to:

caitlin.manley@arizona-urology.com

Or call our office 623-512-4390 with any questions!

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Caitlin Manley

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