Physical Therapy Jobs,occupational Therapy Jobs
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Posting ads for 8 years
Posting ads for 8 years
The Rehab Registry is founded to connect high demand Rehabilitation Professionals with Hospitals, Schools and Skilled Nursing Facilities.
Services for Physical and Occupational Therapists and Speech Pathologist
Newton, Massachusetts - 10/13/2010 - Even in the face of high unemployment and a down economy, labor shortages and high demand positions still exist. Rehabilitation Professionals, including Physical Therapists, Occupational Therapist and Speech and Language Pathologists are in high demand at skilled Nursing Facilities, Outpatient Clinics, Hospitals, Schools and Acute Care Facilities. The Rehab Registry was officially launched in September of this year to connect top employers and these sought after rehabilitation professionals.
The Bureau of Labor Statistics forecasts 25% to 30% growth in these job categories. Rehabilitation therapists help patients regain and improve their ability to perform tasks for everyday living and working environments. Rehab Therapists work with individuals of all age groups, but the long-term job growth is driven by the increased elderly population that is more vulnerable to chronic and debilitating conditions that require therapeutic services.
The Rehab Registry is a commercial organization working directly with the care facilities and therapists to bring talented therapists to where they are most needed.
The Rehab Registry website, www.rehabregistry.com, is a listing of open assignments at care facilities as well as a database of Physical and Occupational Therapists, Therapist Assistants and Speech and Language Pathologists that are seeking new opportunities.
John Davis is the Manager of Professional Services at the Rehab Registry.
"Our goal is to be the leading organization connecting Rehab Professionals with organizations in need of their services." say Mr. Davis.
John has worked as a staffing coordinator in rehabilitation services for the past 4 years. He has a Masters of Education Degree from Cambridge College and expert understanding of the rehabilitation marketplace.
"The Rehab Registry team has been working actively building our market presence since January of this year. We officially launch the business and the website in September, but we have already signed contracts and provided services to several Skilled Nursing Facilities, Rehabilitation Hospitals and public schools systems. We believe the demand for our services will to continue to grow,” said Michael Morgan, CEO and founder of the Rehab Registry.
The Rehab Registry is located at 320 Nevada Street in Newton, MA and can be reached Monday through Friday 8:30 AM to 5:30 PM.
Web site: http://www.rehabregistry.com/