Found 0 Rehab jobs at Johns Hopkins Medicine
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Rehab Jobs at Johns Hopkins Medicine can include:
Certified Athletic Trainer – Team members in these rehab jobs are responsible for providing direct patient care as part of a multidisciplinary team at the hospital and/or outpatient care centers.
Outpatient Physical Therapist – Team members in these rehab jobs are responsible for the evaluation and treatment of a variety of outpatients referred to our department.
Occupational Therapist PRN – Team members in these rehab jobs evaluate and treat patients in an acute care setting as part of an interdisciplinary team which includes PT, OT, SLP, and rehab tech staff.
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Quality Improvement Team Leader- Quality/ Regulatory/ Risk
Position Summary: This position oversees, fosters, and supports the effectiveness of Functional Unit Quality Improvement teams. Responsibilities include supporting Functional Unit Physician Advisors and departmental …
Quality Improvement Team Leader
This position oversees, fosters, and supports the effectiveness of Functional Unit Quality Improvement teams. Responsibilities include supporting Functional Unit Physician Advisors and departmental Quality Improvement …
IV Therapy Nurse - PRN Rotating
JOB SUMMARY: The Registered Nurse (RN) is licensed by the State of Maryland through national examination for the practice of nursing. The RN is educationally …