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Are you a lymphedema certified PT with experience in outpatient settings? Do you have experience working with oncology patients?
Memorial Sloan Kettering is seeking to hire a licensed Physical Therapist (PT) to join our team in Uniondale, NY at our new MSK Nassau facility.
At MSK, we offer world-class training within our rehabilitation service focusing on opportunities to develop innovative, therapeutic programs for a diverse patient population. Our Rehabilitation Therapy team has the opportunity to help patients throughout all phases of treatment to regain their functional independence and improve quality of life. Patient-centered treatment, individualized care, and best practice is what MSK therapists provide with each interaction.
Hours vary between 7:30a-6:30p, M-F (subject to change)
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