Athletic Trainer Job In Dayton, OH
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The athletic trainer is the liaison between the patient, the medical doctors and/or the medical/administrative support staffs. Job includes following the patient from the time of arrival to their time of departure and making sure all the patients and doctors needs are met to provide the best physician/patient experience as possible. The Athletic trainer demonstrates basic knowledge of pediatric growth and development and is able to recognize deviations from the norm. Supports the mission of the hospital and department and works collaboratively as a team player with others in the department, hospital and community. Job also includes outreach coverage for events and education.
REQUIRED: Bachelor's Degree, Ohio OTPTAT License, NATA BOC Certified, CPR Card, must have reliable transportation
PREFERRED: 2 years experience or graduate assistant experience
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Dayton Children’s is a 155-bed, freestanding children’s hospital with more than 35 pediatric specialties. We serve a pediatric population of 510,000 from a 20 county region of central and southwestern Ohio and eastern Indiana. Construction on a new, eight-story, 260,000-square-foot patient care tower in the center of the hospital’s current campus began in August 2014 and is scheduled to be completed in 2017. Also, a major expansion of the Springboro Outpatient Care Center and Urgent Care will include a medical office building for pediatric specialists and primary care physicians, a 16-room pediatric emergency department, an outpatient surgery center with 4 operating rooms and a 4-bed Sleep Lab.