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Jenny Williams, Occupational Therapist
Jenny grew up in the small town of Fairfield, Illinois, about 2 hours east of St. Louis. From there, she attended Maryville University where she earned her MOT degree. Maryville is a small liberal arts school in St. Louis and is one of the oldest institutions of higher learning in Missouri. The OT program at Maryville has a unique vision and allows for incoming freshmen to complete an MOT degree in 5 years rather than moving into the program after gaining an undergraduate degree. After spending 4 years working in rural Missouri, Jenny decided it was time to hit the road and see the country. With her trusty dog “Thor the Wonder Weim”, Jenny made a vow to see as many places as she could in 2 years. Her preferred setting is Home Health and she considers herself a “west coast” personality. Jenny enjoys hiking and exploring – activities that match up well with her travel therapy triumphs. Jenny looks forward to bringing her traveling savvy and clinical support to our burgeoning new grads.
Mallory Apel, Occupational Therapist
Mallory brings steady leadership and unbridled enthusiasm to her mentoring role. Growing up in Sylvania, a town in Northern Ohio that straddles the Michigan border, Mallory would stay in the Midwest for College. She earned both her undergraduate and MOT at Eastern Michigan University, a mid-sized university located in Ypsilanti. The Eastern Michigan Occupational Therapy program has a rich history (started in 1941) and believes in producing graduates with a strong sense of community. The department prioritizes the use of theory and research in clinical practice. Mallory jumped into travel therapy to meet new people and see new places. She was also attracted to the diversity of practice and felt comfortable with Advanced Medical due to the tremendous support offered new grads. An intense road tripper, Mallory loves getting outside to hike, snowboard, or soak up any activity around a lake. Shunning Ohio for the Michigan sports scene, Mallory loves the Detroit Red Wings and Tigers. Her passionate embrace of the SNF and Home Health settings has resulted in excellent evaluations. Mallory is excited to share her travel insight and clinical know-how with new Advanced Medical travelers.
Aliza Krug, Occupational Therapist
Aliza Krug is from Ellicott City, Maryland, which is close to Baltimore and boasts a historic downtown popular for its antique shopping. Aliza spent her graduate and undergraduate years in neighboring West Virginia as a mountaineer at WVU. An undergraduate degree in Human Performance and Health led to her Masters Degree in Occupational Therapy in 2012. Although hesitant to travel as a new grad, Aliza quickly became intoxicated on meeting new people and finding diverse clinical experiences to sharpen her skill set. Aliza has had highly productive assignments in MD, SC, and CA and presently is back in her home state of Maryland working in Baltimore. An avid hiker, biker, and water enthusiast, Aliza also finds time to sneak in the occasional concert. Aliza feels her experiences as a new grad traveler have been filled with rich stories, amazing co-workers, and distinctive therapy lessons. She is eager to share those experiences, as well as provide informed support for our incoming new grad therapists. She also enjoys working with her “awesome” recruiter: Amy Barnes. According to Aliza, “travel therapy gives you the chance to travel with friends or to friends, something a permanent job can’t offer.”
Ly Pham, Physical Therapist
Ly comes to our mentoring team with impeccable credentials. A proud product of Wichita, Kansas, she earned her BA in exercise science and Doctorate in Physical Therapy at Wichita State University. A mid-sized university located in south central Kansas, WSU boasts a renowned DPT program that capitalizes on its location in the prime Kansas healthcare hub. In her time as a traveler, Ly has showcased impressive diversity working in most settings. She is currently licensed in Kansas, Missouri, and Arizona, with a California license in the works. When Ly Is not practicing, it’s a pretty safe bet that you can find her outdoors. She loves being around the lake, hiking in the mountains, and working on her golf swing at the driving range. A rabid hoops fan, Ly loves watching her beloved shockers while still being able to chant “rock chalk” in support of the prestigious powerhouse Kansas Jayhawks. When traveling Ly is fortunate to have a trusty companion in the form of a six year old Cockapoo named Harlow. Ly looks forward to providing savvy clinical insight and steady support for our new graduates.
Leanne Kieras, Occupational Therapist
Originally from Western MA, Leanne has hit the road since graduation, working in NC, WA, and CO. After a short stint in SNFs, Leanne realized peds is the only way to go for her bubbly personality. Working in school systems, Leanne embraces the benefits of working in a community and forming relationships with her co-workers. Not a day is the same working with special needs, and Leanne loves the creativity involved in meeting the needs of every unique student. Leanne loves traveling to new areas for the whole school year so she can experience the beauty of all seasons nature has to offer. For Leanne, travel school contracts means more access to National Parks on spring vacation! She is looking forward to sharing her experience and wisdom with like minded school based OTs!
Seth Rohde, Physical Therapist
Born in Rock Island, Illinois; Seth quickly ditched the Midwest for surf, sand, and sunshine as a kid growing up in Florida. Seth attended the University of Florida, where he majored in Heath Sciences. For graduate work, Seth decided against shedding his gator skin and obtained his doctorate of Physical Therapy from UF in 2013. Seth was drawn to physical therapy before College, as he had various personal experiences in outpatient rehab. As an intern, Seth was drawn to a variety of settings and wanted to continue clinical diversity as a traveler at Advanced Medical. While Seth has been exposed to a large variety of settings, the majority of his experience has been in skilled nursing and home health. Seth is a virtual renaissance man with his travel resume, as he holds licenses in FL, VA, NJ, TX, SD, and WA. Thankfully the road is not lonely, as Seth travels and explores with his girlfriend who is also a PT. When Seth is not practicing, he enjoys hiking, tennis, free diving, golf, and reading. Seth also loves learning about science and technology as he travels.