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Providence Rehabilitation Residency

Mission: Providence Rehab Residency aspires to cultivate advanced learning experiences to develop our residents through patient centered and evidence informed care. Together, we inspire lifelong learners who advance their profession in service to their patients. Excellence. Compassion. Integrity. Justice. Dignity.

About Us:

One Sports Residency with Rebecca Fedie as the Sports Program Coordinator

One Orthopedic Residency with Daryl Ewing as the Program Coordinator

Both programs are 15 month programs with > 150 hours of 1 on 1 mentor time (4 hours per week). The program will involve > 300 hours of education including but not limited to:

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  • Didactic instruction in person and independently
  • Teaching opportunity at local physical therapy department
  • Lecture and lab instruction
  • Surgical viewing

Program Requirements:

  • Licensed to practice and is in good standing in the state of Oregon
  • Graduate from accredited PT school
  • Current APTA membership from start of program

The Sports Residency will include 200 hours of venue coverage at a local high-school and will require one of the following prerequisites:

  • Certification as an Emergency Medical Responder by the American Red Cross
  • Certification or licensure as an Emergency Medical Technician
  • Certification or licensure as a Paramedic
  • Certification as a Certified Athletic Trainer by the National Athletic Trainers Association Board of Credentialing (NATABOC) in the past 10 years

Timeline:

We recently submitted our Self Evaluation Report to the Accrediting Board and are in the process of looking for candidates. Our anticipated start date is July 2021, depending on approval.

The Ideal Resident is committed to lifelong learning, is attentive to details and can manage time wisely as they embody values of Providence.

Interested in applying?

Contact us at orpmgprovidencerehabresidency@providence.org

The Providence Physical Therapy Residency Programs have achieved candidacy status from the American Board of Physical Therapy Residency and Fellowship Education (ABPTRFE). Achieving candidacy status is not an indication that ABPTRFE will grant initial accreditation. Participants who graduate from a program in candidacy status are not deemed to have completed an accredited program.

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