The Sports Medicine Trainer is responsible for assisting with the delivery of Sports Medicine functions of the hospital. Works closely with Orthopaedic Surgeons, PT, and OT. Orthopaedic office weekly duties, in-office and on site athletic injury/activity related injury consultations, high school rounds and relations, athletic event coverage. Participates in and advises the Sports Medicine Director with regard to Sports Medicine issues, planning, and the effective and efficient utilization of resources. Actively participates and pursues Sports Medicine market share in the community. Delivers and conducts medically prescribed therapies such as exercise, massage, heat, water, light, ultrasound, and electricity.
Bachelor's degree required and previous experience in Sports Medicine preferred. Texas Department of Health/Advisory Board of Athletic Trainer License required. National Athletic Trainers' Association Board of Certification, Inc. certification required. Must have knowledge of current standards in Sports Medicine evaluation, treatment, rehabilitation, and the disposition of athletic/activity related conditions.
Physical Therapy / Rehabilitative Services
San Angelo Community Medical Center
Day Shift - with rotation if needed
Forecasted paid hours per shift
Forecasted hours per pay week
Community Health Systems - 15 months ago
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