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Rehab Jobs in Maryland
Apply online today for Rehab Jobs in Maryland at Johns Hopkins Medicine. Become a part of our diverse healthcare team with Rehab Jobs in Maryland and enjoy extensive benefits with a variety of opportunities for personal and professional growth. From academic medical centers to local community hospitals, from downtown to the suburbs, Johns Hopkins Medicine has a work environment that will fit your personality and career goals.
Rehab Jobs in Maryland 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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Infusion RN Case Manager
This is a Weekend Position JOB SUMMARY Delivers safe, therapeutic patient care through use of the nursing process. Provides intermittent, skilled home infusion services to …
IV Pharmacy Technician
The Pharmacy Technician I - Infusion, under the direct supervision of the Pharmacy/Production Manager, prepares IV admixture solutions accurately, with the highest quality possible and, …
The Quality/Safety Manager participates in the development and evaluation of performance improvement activities, clinical guidelines or standards of care. They collect, trend and analyze aggregate …