APRNs and Physicians Can Earn Up to a $10,000 Sign-On Bonus at Wheeler

APRNs and physicians!

Eligible candidates can earn up to a $10,000 sign-on bonus by joining Wheeler, a six-time Hartford Courant Top Workplace.

If you:

  • apply directly through our web site, and
  • work a minimum of 20 hours a week

You will earn a $5,000 bonus at start, and then an additional $5,000 after one year!

Learn more about available medical career opportunities in our integrated system of primary and behavioral health care and apply today! If you want to work in a dynamic organization that promotes recovery, health and growth in the lives of individuals, families and communities, consider a career with Wheeler.

We foster learning and professional development, and we respect and reward meaningful contributions and innovative approaches to care. Our workforce, comprising 900+ employees, is as broad and diverse as the array of clients we serve and the programs and services we offer.


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