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Working at Hopkins

Working in Rehabilitation Therapy Services at Hopkins offers extraordinary opportunities and experiences you can’t compare to any place else

Why Work at Hopkins?

  • Diverse Patient Population
  • Clinical Showcase
  • Work with world renowned professionals “Best of the Best”
  • Academic Medical Setting
  • Participate in Teaching Rounds
  • Medical Library
  • Multi Disciplinary Team

Department Benefits

  • Professional Development Program
  • Clinical Cross Training
  • Department Hosted CE Courses
  • Continuing Education Courses- Internationally Renowned Clinical Educators
  • Specialty Certification – AMPS, Lymphedema, STAR, CHT
  • Research Study
  • Internships- CIIRP, MICU, Neurosciences
  • Physical Therapist Residency Program - Neurology and Orthopedic
  • Opportunity to Present/Attend National Conferences
  • New Graduate Mentorship- 3 months of extensive training
  • Clinical Ladders
  • Education Money & Time- Minimum $450.00 per year
  • Power Journal Club
  • Clinical Instructor

Additional Resources

  • Human Resources Benefits - Our people are our number one asset. When it comes to our benefits and Hopkins perks, we have everything you’d expect from a large company and much more.
  • Living in Baltimore. Baltimore offers a unique blend of historic charm, ethnic heritage and urban vitality, serving a community of people of all backgrounds and interests.
  • Volunteer Services- Volunteering is an important part of selecting the right health professional. Volunteering provides valuable insight into the rehabilitation field and fulfills a necessary requirement for most academic programs.

Featured Event

Early Registration for Third Annual Critical Care Rehabilitation Conference ends July 31st. Read more.



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