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Featured Traveler: Janet S!

With kids going back to school and Labor Day quickly approaching, it means that September is almost upon us. So before we’re inundated by pumpkin spice everything, let’s announce this month’s featured traveler. Congratulations to Janet S, our featured traveler for August! Nominated by her recruiter, Janet is an amazing SLP and a true asset to the Advanced Medical team. Check out below to read how she got into travel therapy and get to know this incredible traveler. Continue Reading

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Advanced Medical Takes The ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

Never one to shy away from viral trends, the Advanced Medical team was more than delighted when we were nominated to do the Ice Bucket Challenge. The internet phenomenon has had everyone from Katy Perry to Michael Jordan dumping ice water on themselves in order to bring attention to ALS (amyotrophic lateral sclerosis). So yesterday afternoon,  a few select victims volunteers took a break from their busy work day to have some icy fun for a good cause. Continue Reading

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University Showcase: Meet Pacific

On Nov 5th, the Advanced Medical New Grad Team will participate in the Pacific University PT/OT career fair in picturesque Oregon. Founded in 1849 as a small academy and originating as Pacific University in 1854, the school boasts multiple campuses across the state of Oregon, with the College of Health Professions being located in downtown Hillsborough. Continue Reading

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Congress Approves New VA Deal

(Doug Mills/The New York Times)

Last week, the stars aligned in Washington with a rare breakthrough for bipartisan deal-making. President Obama signed the Veterans Access to Care through Choice Accountability and Transparency Act of 2014 into law. The bill was a reaction to the recent revelations of inexcusable wait times at VA facilities, coupled with the falsifying of healthcare data. The scandal led to the ouster of General Robert Shinseki, who was replaced as head of the Veterans Affairs Department by former Proctor Gamble CEO and West Point Graduate Bob McDonald. The new law appropriates $17 billion for private care, allowing veterans who have waited over a month for care or those who live outside a 40-mile radius from a VA facility to gain access to a private facility. Continue Reading

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OT Mentor: Andrea Yeldell

With the utmost confidence, Advanced Medical welcomes our newest Travel OT Mentor: Andrea Yeldell. Andrea is a dynamic therapist fully committed to providing guidance and support for our new grad therapists. Andrea was born in and raised in Huntsville, Alabama. Known as the “Rocket City”, Huntsville is home to the George Marshall Flight Center and in 1958 launched America’s first satellite, the Explorer 1, into orbit. Continue Reading

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Congrats to Ashley: Senior Manager of Accounting

Those who stay calm on a rope-bridge will also realize that the rope-bridge too stays calm and lets the traveler cross the other side easily! Universe helps to those who are tranquil and cool.”

― Mehmet Murat ildan

When thinking of words to describe new Senior Manager of Accounting Ashley Tessaro, the words: tranquil, cool, calm – immediately sprung to mind.  Going on 6 years with the Advanced Medical family, Ashley has made a profound impact on our accounting operations with a quietly efficient style. This week, Ashley has received a fitting  promotion to Senior Manager of Accounting. Continue Reading

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ASHA Schools Conference Recap

This past weekend, the burgeoning schools division of Advanced Medical hit the road for the first time. Advanced Schools took its message of personalized and flexible school-based therapy jobs to the masses at the ASHA Schools Conference in a surprisingly pleasant Pittsburgh. The conference brought hundreds of school-based therapists to the Steel City for workshops, guest speakers, networking events, and a little fun on the side. The modern and vividly bright (scenic views of the famous rivers from all angles) Pittsburgh Convention Center was the scene of the action. Continue Reading

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FSBPT and the National PT Exam

Today is crunch time for scores of DPT students across the country as they take the National Physical Therapy Exam. The exam is held 4 times a year and administered by the Federation of State Boards of Physical Therapy (FSBPT). The FSBPT is much more than a testing body; it provides substantive online resources, critical consumer information, licensing references and authority, as well as comprehensive testing tools and practice exams. Continue Reading

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SLP Career Outlook [infographic]

Things are looking up for speech pathologists in 2014! If you’ve ever wondered about speech pathology, anything from salary to work locations, we’ve got you covered. Here are a couple statistics that can satisfy your curiosity and help in your career planning. If you have any questions regarding your career or travel jobs, just let us know! Continue Reading

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