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Opportunities for Physical and Occupational Therapists
We are currently seeking quality physical and occupational therapists to join our caring, energetic acute care team. More than offering a job, we offer a dynamic career with growth opportunities, a great plan for professional development as well as a highly competitive compensation and benefits package.
With more than 75 team members, the Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation is regarded as a "model of excellence" within the hospital and is well respected for its exceptional clinical abilities, caring attitude and strong interdisciplinary relationships.
- You can work with a wide range of patient populations including critical care, high-risk pregnancy, oncology, cardiac, neurologic and surgical/orthopedic
- Embrace innovative programs such as lymphedema, incontinence/pelvic floor rehab and wound care
- Explore the option to pursue specialized training and work in our 46-bed Neonatal Intensive Care Unit with the most sophisticated technology
- Benefit from collaborative relationships for learning and support with departments such as ostomy, respiratory therapy and pain management to maximize patient outcomes.
If you are looking to expand your clinical knowledge, work among an exceptional team and are committed to excellence, please contact Sam Siebu, manager of Recruitment, at 301-754-7056.
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Opportunities in Respiratory Therapy (RRTs/CRTTs)
New rate scale and opportunities for experienced professionals, new graduates and students!
Explore dynamic, growth-directed careers that offer plans for professional development within a premier Respiratory Rehabilitation Department.
Enjoy a wide-range of opportunities to practice your profession. Clinical choices include critical care, emergency medicine and routine respiratory procedures. As a therapy professional, you may train and work in our 46-bed Level IIIB Neonatal Intensive Care Unit with the most sophisticated technology. You may also perform diagnostic testing involving pulmonary function and sleep disorders.
You will find Holy Cross Hospital provides you with an excellent opportunity to enhance your professional health care career.
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Opportunities in Laboratory Services
In the Holy Cross Hospital Medical Laboratory, you will join a team of professionals who strive to exceed physician and patient requirements. The laboratory is equipped with state-of-the-art instrumentation and offers a full range of testing services needed to support our primary hospital-based programs, including women and infant services, senior services, surgery, neuroscience and cancer. We also provide high quality and patient focused testing for outpatients and our community health programs.
More than offering a job in this professional area, we offer dynamic careers with growth opportunities and a great plan for professional development.
The laboratory is accredited by the College of American Pathologists (CAP) and American Association of Blood Banks. It is licensed by the State of Maryland. The Laboratory is certified under the Clinical Laboratory Improvement Amendments of 1988 (CLIA) program.
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Opportunities in Our Pharmacy Department
The decentralized system in our 24-hour Pharmacy Department is dynamic and professionally enriching. It encourages and enables pharmacists to be involved in every aspect of patient care.
Pharmacists who join us experience variety, with the opportunity to work on various floors rather than in one central location. They collaborate closely with physicians and work directly on patient care.
Holy Cross Hospital also offers a PGY-1 Pharmacy Residency Prgram designed to help pharmacists transition from the role of student to the role of a general clinical pharmacy practitioner or to become well prepared to pursue a PGY-2 residency training in a focused area.
Individuals who complete a pharmacy practice residency at Holy Cross Hospital shall be highly qualified independent practitioners able to provide pharmaceutical care in Critical Care, the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU), Pediatrics, Oncology, General Medicine, and various other environments.
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