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T or C Physical Therapy
Physical Therapy Private Practice Ownership Opportunity
Truth Or Consequences New Mexico

Genesis Healthcare System
Full-Time Pediatrics Speech Language Pathologist - No weekends, holidays or on-call - Up to a $15,000 Sign-on Bonus (Based on Experience) - Relocation assistance negotiable
Zanesville Ohio

Carilion Clinic
Respiratory Therapist Opportunities for Experienced RRTs and New Grads! - Positions working with Adults and in Neonatal/Pediatrics - $20,000 Sign-On Bonus for Experienced RRTs - $10,000 Sign-On Bonus for New Grads - Relocation Assistance Available!
Roanoke Virginia

Shield Institute
SPEECH/LANGUAGE PATHOLOGISTS - Preschool Special Education Program
Bronx New York

Laporte City Nursing & Rehab Center
Charge Nurse First or Second Shift - $5000 Sign On Bonus for Full Time
La Porte City (9 miles south of Waterloo on Hwy 218) Iowa

Kitsap Physical Therapy - Silverdale
Full-Time Physical Therapy & Sports Physical & Occupational Therapists - Relocation expenses up to $2,000

Washington State University - College Of Veterinary Medicine
Clinical/Medical Technologist 1 and 2 (two positions) - College of Veterinary Medicine
National Faculty Washington

Calaveras County Office of Education
Licensed Vocational Nurse (281 & 282)
Angels Camp California

Reading, Lansdale, King of Prussia area Pennsylvania

Los Medanos College
Nursing Assistant Professor (Registered Nursing)
California Faculty

League Education & Treatment Center
Speech-Language Pathologist (CCC or CF)
Greater New York City area New York

Los Ninos Hospital
Respiratory Therapist - $5,000 Hiring Bonus
Phoenix Arizona

Hiv Alliance
Eugene Oregon

Elizabeth Seton Children’s
Physical Therapist - Full-Time/Regular Shift Day - $5,000 Sign-on Bonus
Yonkers New York

The Arc Of Union County
Lead Teacher - Smart Start Enrichment Program
Mountainside New Jersey

Beth Israel Lahey Health - Physician Services
Physician Assistants & Nurse Practitioners - Hospital Medicine, Critical Care or related fields
Burlington and Beverly Massachusetts

Lifeline Home Health Care
Nurse Administrator - Full Time & Skilled Nursing Staff (RN or LPN)
Springfield Pennsylvania

University Pediatricians
Nurse Practitioner (NP) - GI
Detroit Michigan

Black River Memorial Hospital
Physical Therapist • Registered Nurse • Respiratory Therapist • Laboratory Technician (MLT) or Medical Technologist (MT) • Occupational Therapist • CT-X-Ray Technologist • Surgical Technologist / Central Process Technician
Black River Falls Wisconsin

Associates In Anesthesia
Physician Assistant - Independent Anesthesia Practice
Delaware County Pennsylvania

University Pediatricians
Nurse Practitioner - Hematology Oncology
Detroit Michigan

University Pediatricians
Nurse Practitioner - Genetics
Detroit Michigan

Anne Arundel Community College
• Instructor/Assistant Professor, Nursing • Instructor/Assistant Professor, Histotechnology • Instructor/Assistant Professor & Academic Chair, Medical Assisting
Maryland Faculty

Hampshire Gastroenterology
Advanced Practice Clinicians (NP or PA) - Salary 100K plus CME and Benefits Package
Northampton Massachusetts

Care Initiatives - Creston Specialty Care
Director Of Nursing at Creston Specialty Care - $10,000 Sign-On Bonus!!! Shared On Call Rotation
Creston Iowa

Jewish Family And Children’s Service’s (Jfcs)
Nurse Practitioner - Primary Care

East Side Primary Medical Care
Nurse Practitioner - Primary Care - Internal Medicine - SubAcute - Rehab - Long Term Care
Upper East Side, NYC New York

University Health Lakewood Medical Center
Physical Therapist - Full Time Days
Kansas City Missouri

Ashley Regional Medical Center

Four Winds Hospital
RNs - $10,000 sign on bonus ($2,000 after 3 months, $2,000 after 6 months and $6,000 after 1 year of employment) + LPNs - $7,500 sign on bonus ($1,750 after 3 months $1,750 after 6 months and $4,000 after 1 year of employment)
Katonah New York

The Queens Health System
RN – Cardiac ICU (Full-Time Nights - 36 Hours) + RN – Neuro ICU (Full-Time Day/Night - 36 Hours) + RN – Medical ICU (Full-Time Day/Night - 36 Hours)
Honolulu Hawaii

The Queens Health System
RN – Operating Room (Honolulu Full-time Day/Night 40 Hours) + RN – Operating Room - Neuro Specialty (Honolulu Full-time Evening 40 Hours) + RN First Assist – Operating Room (Honolulu Full-time Day/Evening 40 Hours) + RN First Assist – Operating Room (West O’ahu Full-time Day/Evening 40 Hours)
Honolulu & West O’ahu Hawaii

Hicuity Health
Tele-ICU Registered Nurse (RN) - Nights
Saint Louis Missouri

Hicuity Health
Tele-ICU Registered Nurse (RN) - Nights
Bethesda Maryland

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Expert Alert: Don’t Let Common Winter Injuries Take You Down

Winter is a wonderful time of year, especially if you can avoid slipping, falling and getting hurt.

Sanjeev Kakar M.D., a Mayo Clinic orthopedic surgeon who specializes in injuries to the hand and wrist, treats his share of injuries during the winter.

Here are some of the common injuries Dr. Kakar sees and how he treats them:

Frostnip and frostbite

Frostbite happens when the skin and underlying tissues freeze. Mild frostbite ― the earliest stage of the condition ― is known as frostnip.

"It's a spectrum. With the milder forms, you can get some pain and some numbness of the fingertips, and the skin can change its color," Dr. Kakar says. "It can be red, white or blue. Blisters can also develop on your hands, and it can be a very serious injury."

Frostbite is more common than people think, Dr. Kakar says. He sees frostbite when the temperature is 5 degrees Fahrenheit with minimal windc

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ASHA Comments on Draft Regulations For Over-the-Counter Hearing Aids

Stressing the need for safety and for the pre-purchase of audiological assessment, the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) submitted comments to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) concerning draft regulations for over-the-counter (OTC) hearing aids, a new category of medical devices intended for persons with mild-to-moderate hearing loss. These OTC devices are expected to be available later this year.

“Hearing loss is a serious and complex medical condition that affects approximately 48 million Americans,” said ASHA 2022 President Judy Rudebusch Rich, EdD, CCC-SLP, BCS-CL.

“It can have great impact on a person’s overall health, physical safety, and quality of life,” Rich said. “Consequently, we appreciate the opportunity to comment on the draft regulations. The final version of them will have a significant bearing on the lives of many.”

ASHA opened its com

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New MRI Technique Could Improve Diagnosis And Treatment Of Multiple Sclerosis

It is important that multiple sclerosis (MS) is diagnosed and treated as early as possible in order to delay progression of the disease. The technique of magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) plays a key role in this process. In the search for ever better methods, a new MRI technique has been used at MedUni Vienna as part of a research project that could pave the way to quicker assessment of disease activity in MS. The study was conducted by a research team led by Wolfgang Bogner at MedUni Vienna's Department of Biomedical Imaging and Image-guided Therapy and was recently published in the leading journal "Radiology".

Multiple sclerosis is a disease of the central nervous system that manifests itself in changes (lesions) primarily in the brain. As yet, there is no cure for MS, but it can be effectively treated. Early diagnosis is critical to the prognosis, with highly detailed imaging techni

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Issuing Food Prescriptions Doesn’t Guarantee Patients Will Fill Them, Ohio State Study Finds

It takes more than a health care provider’s referral to get a person experiencing food insecurity to use a foodbank for the first time, according to a new study from The Ohio State University College of Medicine published in the Journal of the American Board of Family Medicine.

Researchers found patients who participate in clinic-based food referral programs are more likely to use a foodbank if they have visited one in the past.

“Clinic-based food referral programs are intended to encourage and support healthy eating for food-insecure patients who have health conditions that are impacted by poor diet, but there’s limited evidence to show how often these services are used,” said Daniel Walker, researcher and assistant professor of family medicine at The Ohio State University College of Medicine. “Our study aims to fill the knowledge gap and establish a framework to determine why some pa

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