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Licensed Athletic Trainer working in a Physician Practice of a high paced Orthopaedic Sports Medicine Outpatient setting. Deliver direct patient care services within a team approach in conjunction with physician mid-level providers, physical therapists, athletic trainers and associated personnel.
Bachelors degree in athletic training or related health field or an equivalent combination of education and experience is necessary.
Must be certified by the National Athletic Trainers Association.
Must have current CPR and first aid certification.
Completion of an Athletic Trainer Residency Program.
Masters degree in Athletic Training or related health field.
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