Dignity Health’s Mercy Gilbert Medical Center is nationally known for our holistic approach to medicine, and here, you are a part of a “golden thread” of compassionate care that connects staff and patients. While walking through the Healing Garden–with it’s intertwined pathways, garden areas and fountains–you’re reminded of our dedication to honoring the whole person. Embracing total well-being, then seeing patients and their loved ones respond positively, is personally rewarding to you.
Dignity Health is one of the largest healthcare systems in the West with over 40 hospitals in Arizona, California and Nevada. Mercy Gilbert is a modern, 212-bed, acute care, not-for-profit community hospital in the Phoenix area’s East Valley. We offer a full breadth of care, from emergency and cardiovascular to pediatric, orthopedic and diagnostic services. Since opening in June 2006, we have been named the “#1 Small-Sized Acute Care Hospital” by Arizona Business Magazine and the “#1 Healing Hospital in the Nation” by Baptist Healing Trust. We’ve also been named “Business of the Year” by the Gilbert Chamber of Commerce. You’re proud of these awards, but even more, you’re proud of the solace, serenity and reprieve you’re able to provide here.
Living in Phoenix’s relatively new suburb of Gilbert, Arizona, you treasure its old-world charm mixed with modern-day luxuries. This urban center has all the shopping, restaurants and culture your heart desires, with all the outdoor activities your spirit needs. There are nearby lakes for boating, wakeboarding and water skiing, while Flagstaff and Sunrise offer winter skiing and snowboarding. Arizona has four professional sports teams, and you’re a year-round fan. You look forward to all the activities, but then again, at the end of a busy day, taking a moment to relax poolside and reflect sounds good, too. The scenery, the climate and the culture present the perfect backdrop for your healing work at Mercy Gilbert.
For the health of our community ... we are proud to announce that we are a tobacco-free campus.
In our mission to deliver the highest quality, most cost effective care to the communities we serve, Dignity Health has formed a comprehensive, community-based sports medicine program in partnership with the Sports Medicine Program. Part of this program is the provision of highly qualified athletic trainers to our community's schools. This position will be responsible for providing athletic training services to student athletes under the direction of the team physician or by written referral from a physician (which includes the management and provision of care of injuries to a physically active person as defined in the state practice act with the direction of a licensed physician). Athletic Trainers shall serve at various high school locations within partnered school districts and will collaborate with team physicians in the areas of: Injury/Illness Prevention and Wellness Protection, Clinical Evaluation and Diagnosis, Immediate and Emergency Care, Treatment and Rehabilitation, Organization and Professional Health and Wellbeing.
1-3 years in some capacity of providing athletic training services. Familiarity with and understanding of AIA and NFHS governing rules for required sports. Required: Licensure from the State of Arizona Board of Athletic Training; Certification from the Board of Certification of Athletic Trainers (BOC); BLS.
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