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Background Information

Employment History

Vice President Human Resources

Advocate Christ Medical Center

Vice President, Human Resources

Dreyer Medical Clinic Inc

Vice President Workforce Planning and Staffing and Vice President

HR for Advocate Medical Group


Mercy Hospital

Nurse Recruiter

Lutheran General Hospital

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Bonnie Kriescher

Vice President, Human Resources

Human Resource Association of Greater Oak Brook - Meeting/Event Information [cached]

Janet Neubert, SPHR, who currently serves as Chief Operating Officer for the Girl Scouts of Greater Chicago and Northwest Indiana and Bonnie Kriescher, who is Vice President of Human Resources for Advocate Medical Group are among our panelists for this event.

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Kevin McCune, MD - Chief Medical Officer, Rick Bone, M.D. - Vice President Medical Management, & Bonnie Kriescher - Vice President Human Resources, Advocate Medical Group

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Bonnie Kriescher, Vice President Human Resources, Advocate Medical Group

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"We have been consistently recruiting, especially nurses," said Bonnie Kriescher, vice president of human resources for Advocate Medical Group.

The need for nurses is expected to grow considerably as the population continues to age. The average age of nurses today is 45 to 47, Kriescher said. When these nurses leave the work force, there will be even more positions to fill. Physical therapists, primary care physicians and medical coding jobs are expected to see continued growth.
Kriescher also points out that teachers to train these medical professionals are also in great demand.

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