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Athletic Training Residency Program - Job Requirements

Mission

The Michigan State University Athletic Training Residency Program is a twelve month program designed to educate an Athletic Trainer and integrate their skills into the clinical and surgical setting as a physician extender. Give the athletic trainer new tools to bring as a physician extender to the orthopedic job market.

Vision

To be a leader in the education of Athletic Trainers to be outstanding Physician Extenders in Orthopedic care.


Overview - Curriculum - Job Description - Job Requirements


Job Requirements

  1. Athletic Training Certified through the BOC
  2. Masters level degree in a healthcare related field
  3. Michigan Athletic Training Licensure or eligibility for AT Licensure in the state of Michigan
  4. NPI number
  5. Orthopedic Technologist Certification through NBCOT, or in the application process.
  6. Current CPR/AED and First Aid certification through The American Heart Association
  7. Ability to work in a team environment with various members of the healthcare professionals.
  8. Excellent communication and organizational skills.
  9. Incumbent will comply with all departmental, hospital, regulatory and governmental standards and policy as a condition of employment with Michigan State University Health Team.

Application deadline for the resident position of 2017-2018 is the 30th March, 2017

 

Please direct all questions to Michael Straus:

Michael.Straus@rad.msu.edu


Patient Contact Information:

MSU Sports Medicine
4660 South Hagadorn Road
Suite 420
East Lansing, MI 48823

Phone: 517.884.6100
Fax: 517.884.6233

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