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Health Care Provider
Physical Therapist (PT), Physical Therapist Assistant (PTA), Occupational Therapist (OT)
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CARE VENTURES | Harrisburg, PA
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Physical, Occupational, And Speech Therapy Now hiring

- PRN positions available for Physical Therapist (PT), Physical Therapist Assistant (PTA), Occupational Therapist (OT), Certified Occupational Therapy Assistants (COTA), and Speech-Language Pathologists (SLP) for long-term care settings in the Middletown area. Must be PA licensed and certified. Competitive rates will be offered.

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APHCV was founded in 1986 by concerned health and human service providers who were concerned about the lack of bilingual and bicultural primary health care services for the growing API communities in Los Angeles. In its early stage of formation, APHCV was instrumental in advocating for bilingual and bicultural primary health care services to the policy makes at the County, state and federal levels. APHCV together with Asian Pacific Planning Council conducted various testimonies, hearings and letter writing campaign. In 1991, APHCV started with a staff and a few volunteers and students, but soon began to raise funds to create and implemented various health education and primary health care programs in collaboration with various Asian Pacific Islander community based organizations. In 1997, APHCV opened a comprehensive community health center in the east Hollywood based on the LA Countywide needs assessment. APHCV currently provides primary health care services, including prenatal, pediatric, adolescent, adult, and geriatric care, family planning, and HIV testing and counseling. APHCV provides bilingual and bicultural health care setting - that is from appointment, clinical language translation and interpretation, health education to follow up. The linguistic and cultural support is available in five API languages - Thai, Vietnamese, Khmer (Cambodian), Tagalog (Filipino), and Japanese. APHCV also provides the same support for Spanish speaking patients. APHCV believes that in addition to medical services, health education and out reach is critical for our communities to maintain health and wellbeing. For this reason, APHCV has a wide range of health education and outreach services targeting all age groups. Maternal and Child Unit assists expecting women and mothers, and their infants in the communities. REAL Youth Center works with the growing number of our youth in the communities thought after school activities and youth clinic at APHCV as well as school-based clinic at the Marshall High School. Adult and Senior Service Program works with adults and seniors to address chronic illnesses and health life styles. The community outreach and education programs include breast, cervical, and colon cancer prevention, HIV/AIDS prevention, sexually transmitted infections, diabetes prevention, tobacco control, teen pregnancy, lead poisoning, low-cost health programs, parenting education, child safety, transportation access, and immunizations. The community education and outreach programs and medical services work collaboratively at APHCV to maximize effectiveness of our services. Through these programs, APHCV has forged working relationships with community leaders, local businessess, churches, temples, schools, media, and other community based organizations within the various API communities. APHCV's philosophy was founded on the belief that health care is a right, not a priviledge. With this fundamental belief, APHCV continues to strive to deliver holistic, quality, and effective primary health care services that meet the needs of all people. APHCV also believes in strengthening of APHCV staff and volunteers, whose commitment and support are important in carrying out our mission.