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Company: Banner Health
Location: Phoenix, AZ
Career Level: Entry Level
Industries: Healthcare, Pharmaceutical, Biotech


Primary City/State:

Phoenix, Arizona

Department Name:

Phx F.D. Health Ctr-Occ Med

Work Shift:


Job Category:

Clinical Care

You have a place in the health care industry.  At Banner Health, caring for people is at the core of all we do.  We are committed to diversity, equity and inclusion.  If that sounds like something you want to be a part of - apply today!

Banner's Occupational Health Clinics are designed to help identify health risks, link patients to appropriate resources, make positive lifestyle choices, and establish baselines for regular health monitoring. As a Athletic Program Coordinator you will work with a team of healthcare professionals that are passionate about providing the excellent patient experience.

This is a full-time position, 40hrs wk., Monday - Friday from 6:00am-3:00pm

    Banner Occupational Health Clinics are medical clinics specializing in worker's compensation injury care, drug testing, alcohol testing, physical examinations, Department of Transportation exams and Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) mandated exams. Employers and employees alike benefit from reduced absenteeism and turnover, increased productivity, morale and job satisfaction and are less likely to become sick or injured.

    This position is responsible for driving and supporting successful execution of integration efforts and processes related to new business development opportunities supporting Sports Medicine, Concussion and Orthopedic Programs. This position will be responsible for planning, coordinating, and implementing programs and services which promote and increase public awareness and potential referral sources for a target patient population. Provides referral criteria, and advances in treatment to referral facilities, patients, families and the community at large.

    1. Provides expertise in the development, implementation, oversight, and evaluation of new business opportunities and activities related to these programs. Guides the development and implementation of programs, short and long-range goals and objectives and determines the optimal progression to obtain these goals.

    2. Raises public awareness by developing and maintaining educational materials, resources and references for target patient population. Plans, organizes, or attends community events, programs, special events, speaking engagements and educational activities. Serves as a community spokesperson and advocate for target population.

    3. Consults with and is accountable to leadership for the review of new business proposals and collaboration to identify project goals, time frames, funding limitations, and allotment of resources for these programs. Reviews, prepares, analyzes, and presents recommendations regarding applicable areas of interest in order to provide concise and accurate information that aids in decision-making.

    4. Develops reference and referral resources for patients and families which expedite their access to care. Incorporates best practices and responds to emerging trends to enhance clinical care and programs or services and develops effective tools to measure performance.

    5. Implements individualized therapeutic interventions, and monitors responses to therapy to ensure client safety. Reports progress and medical changes to referring physician or appropriate medical provider. Evaluates injuries and develops treatment and exercise plans within the scope of practice. Re-evaluates treatment plans, as needed, to ensure maximum patient benefit.

    6. Has freedom to determine how to best accomplish functions within established procedures and scope of practice. Confers with supervisor on any unusual situations. Positions are facility based with no budgetary responsibility. Internal customers: All levels of nursing management and staff, medical staff, and all other members of the interdisciplinary health care team. External Customers: Physician offices, patient families, third party payers, medical supply companies, community and business organizations, and potential patient referral facilities.


    Bachelor's degree in Athletic Training or related field from an accredited university training program and two to four years of related experience.

    Current National Athletic Trainers Association certification and must possess a valid athletic trainer license issued in the state of practice. Basic Life Support (BLS) certification.

    Requires the ability to work collaboratively with physicians and other healthcare providers. Must have strong interpersonal communications and human relation skills.


    Master's degree in Athletic Training.

    Additional related education and/or experience preferred.

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