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After careful deliberation, Advanced Medical is proud to announce a School Therapy Division.   The rewarding nature of school therapy is a natural fit with our optimistic and forward thinking team.   Our New Grad Program is targeted towards 13 week assignments with SNF and Outpatient settings dominant.  This frustrates the Pediatric inclined students looking for travel and flexibility.

Now we can provide those students with 9 month contracts working with a diverse group of school districts, private organizations, and special education programs.  Our rapid rise in Travel Therapy was built on a knowledge-based approach to your career.  Working solely in therapy allows us to focus on the issues you care about and we aim to bring that same approach to our school therapy partnerships.

A crucial aspect of school-based therapy services is understanding the specific programs and certifications in each particular setting.  Informed guidance and layers of support will be the hallmarks of our school therapy division.  You can also expect national opportunities, while still experiencing the personal feel of Advanced Medical.

Moving forward,  we envision a comprehensive network of school and government clients with a variety of contractual options for your needs.  We are fired up about this expansion and are confident you will have a meaningful and lucrative experience with our school division.  What are you waiting for?  Have School-Will Travel.

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