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Wednesday, April 11, 2018

Clinical Assistant/Office Assistant employment

At MNRN, we are known for our patient focus and providing exceptional access to the best care. Our reputation makes our employees proud. But that's not enough. Working here, you have the opportunity to continuously improve yourself through the meaningful work, the impact you make, the supportive interactions with fiercely loyal colleagues, and the many ways to learn, through mentorship, a diverse patient population, and exposure to a variety of areas of care.
 
And finally, our employees can see first-hand how they make their patients' lives better, oftentimes developing deep rooted relationships. We strive to provide the best care to our patients and are dedicated to the betterment of each other and a better you.

Best Care. Better You
 
MNRN is seeking a Clinic Assistant and Office Assistants at our Ellicott City, MD, Baltimore, MD, Germantown, MD, Chevy Chase, MD and Washington, DC clinics  who will help perform a variety of clerical and patient care duties essential to the daily operations of the outpatient clinic. These duties include assisting with medical record operations on a daily basis, greeting, registering and escorting patients, completing patient set ups, turning over patient rooms, performing other patient care duties determined by the therapist, editing and distributing Clinical dictation's of patient care by performing the following duties.
Job Duties & Responsibilities

Friday, April 6, 2018

Summer Camp - Chestertown, MD

I hope this email finds you well. I am reaching out to you because the Muscular Dystrophy Association (MDA) in Maryland needs your help to continue providing a life-changing
experience for children fighting muscular dystrophy and related neuromuscular diseases at MDA Summer Camp. 
 
As part of MDA’s lifesaving mission to help kids live longer and grow stronger, MDA provides a summer camp program for kids ages 6-17 — offered at no cost to their families. Each year, 60 kids with neuromuscular diseases in Maryland & DC/VA area attend our MDA Summer Camp at Camp Fairlee in Chestertown, MD. Kids look forward to MDA camp year-round, and they almost all agree “it’s the best week of the year.”
 
MDA Summer Camp opens up a world of possibilities to kids with neuromuscular diseases who often experience limitations in life and daily activities. Kids living with muscular dystrophy and related life-threatening diseases that limit strength and mobility often face many unique challenges. Neuromuscular diseases progressively weaken muscles, often taking away everyday abilities like running, walking, hugging and even breathing.
 
MDA Summer Camp is a magical place where anything is possible for these special kids, but MDA needs caring people to volunteer as camp counselors. MDA relies on the support and dedication of volunteer counselors who are by campers’ sides day and night so that they can do all the fun activities that summer camp offers. Counselors serve as a “buddy” for the week and participate in activities with the campers. They push wheelchairs, lift and transfer youngsters and provide assistance with daily living activities as needed.
 
In addition to bringing joy to our campers, this is an amazing opportunity for your cadets to gain hands-on experience in education, recreation, family social sciences and medical professions. As camp volunteers, they will acquire a week of experience working with children living with neuromuscular disease, as well as 140 volunteer hours. MDA staff and the camp medical team provide all the medical training your students will need for the week. The only request we have is that your students enjoy working with kids, have an open heart, and that they are willing to learn. (Note: Food and lodging are provided to our volunteers at no cost.)
 
 
Week 1: Camp Fairlee, Chestertown, MD is June 16th through June 22nd
Week 2: Camp Fairlee, Chestertown, MD is June 23rd through 29th
 
 
 
Thank you for your time!
 
 
Sincerely,
 
 
Jennifer Bolling
Care & Clinical Service Specialist
Camp Director
MDA of Greater Maryland
8501 LaSalle Road, #106
Towson, Maryland 21286
o: 410-494-7106 | f: 410-494-0082
 
Follow us online: mda.org • @MDABaltimore • facebook.com/MDABaltimore

Friday, March 30, 2018

Rockland Peak Performance - Fall - Internship

Fall semester internship opportunities at Rockland Peak Performance located in Sloatsburg, NY.

Housing can be provided. We had one student at this facility in Summer 2017, and two students there in Summer 2018. They work mostly with baseball and ice hockey athletes.

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Fall Semester Practicum Opportunities - IIHHS

I received this information for practicum opportunities with the JMU's Institute for Innovation in Health and Human Services (IIHHS). These are great opportunities for an individual who is interested in health promotion or health education. IIHHS counts on having student volunteers every semester. You could complete all 90 hours with the same program, or combine programs to total 90 if necessary. You can make a difference to this organization and the community with these opportunities! This Google doc has contact information for each individual opportunity. 


Physical Therapy Tech - employment - Richmond, VA

Progress Physical Therapy www.progressphysicaltherapy.com


Physical Therapy Technician – Full time


Orthopedic outpatient physical therapy clinic seeking a dynamic individual to become part of a healthcare team in the west end of Richmond. Must be organized and have exceptional computer and multi-tasking skills. This job requires high energy, great manners, fantastic personal and verbal skills and a compassion for people. A successful candidate has a professional demeanor and is consistent with our clinic culture which promotes healthy attitudes and behaviors. This is an outstanding opportunity for anyone who plans to take a gap year after graduation, then apply for admission to a Physical Therapy or Physical Therapy Assistant program. Excellent benefits. If interested, please email resume to mpumphrey@progressphysicaltherapy.com

Administrative employment - PT clinic - Richmond, VA

Progress Physical Therapy www.progressphysicaltherapy.com



Patient Services Representative – Part-time


Orthopedic outpatient physical therapy clinic seeking a dynamic individual to become part of a healthcare team in the west end of Richmond. Must be organized and have exceptional computer and multi-tasking skills. This job requires high energy, great manners, fantastic personal and verbal skills and a compassion for people. A successful candidate has a professional demeanor and is consistent with our clinic culture which promotes healthy attitudes and behaviors. Current hours needed: Monday-Thursday, 4:00-7:00 p.m. If interested, please email resume to mpumphrey@progressphysicaltherapy.com

Wednesday, March 21, 2018

Clinical Exercise Specialist employment, Winchester, VA

PRO Motion
Clinical Exercise Specialist
Job Title: Clinical Exercise Specialist
Location: Winchester, Virginia
Salary Range: TBD based on experience
Position Type: Full Time
HR Contact: Jenny Williams
Date Posted: Friday, March 16, 2018
Job Start Date: May 2018

Applications Accepted By: Email or In-Person
PRO Physical Therapy / PRO Motion
3127 Valley Avenue
Creekside Station
Winchester, Virginia 22601

ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
·         Conduct new member assessments including full medical history, measurement of biometrics (height, weight, % fat, circumferences, heart rate, blood pressure), movement screening, and assessment of other special needs (diabetic, cardiovascular, pulmonary, etc.)
·         Develop appropriately individualized exercise programs based upon information gathered from the initial evaluation
·         Conduct proper walk-through for each member instructing them on how to properly carry out their exercise program
·         Conduct exercise programming and prescription in accordance with individual client needs
·         Design and carry out special group programs (Medical Member Groups); Provide additional assistance and guarding to those that are low function, fall risk or demonstrate compromised cognitive function
·         Assist with measuring member vitals (blood pressure, heart rate, O2 saturation)
·          Front desk administrative duties (answering phone, member data input, money reports, taking payments, etc.)
·         Attend staff meetings and be actively engaged in the ideas and discussion
·         Conduct small group training sessions for active adult membership
·         Observe/conduct sports performance programs (soccer, football, baseball, etc.)
·         Conduct personal training sessions
·         Work collaboratively with Physical Therapists to ensure appropriate exercise progression for members that require that level of service
·         Coordinate and/or provide educational lectures to members, patients or community
·         Plan, coordinate and/or attend events for members or community: competitions, expos, field days, etc.
·         Assist with maintaining cleanliness of gym equipment and turf area