RMT Needed for Integrative Clinic in TorontoDate Posted: May 03, 2019 - Date Ends: July 31, 2019
- Job Type: Part-time
- Location: Gerrard St E & Broadview Ave, Toronto
- Company: The Orenda Clinic
- Contact: Dr. Clarence, ND
- Phone: 437.347.0347
- Website: Http://www.theorendaclinic.com
RMT needed for an integrative clinic in Toronto's east end, with the opportunity to grow. Split percentage or rent is available. All materials, marketing, business cards, EMR account, receptionist, etc. will be provided. Recent grads are welcome and encouraged to apply.
Most importantly, we are looking for practitioners who care wholeheartedly about helping their patients improve their lives. We are looking for someone to stay long-term.
About the Space:
We're an integrative clinic and community health space focused on customized care, hand-selected clean living products, and health focused workshops to help patients invoke positive changes in their life. Our space features a large apothecary, 4 treatment rooms, an IV suite, and a large workshop space for yoga, pilates, and practitioner-run educational seminars. You would be part of an integrative team including naturopathic doctors, acupuncturists, counsellors, and more. The space has been recently renovated, and designed with every patient's need in mind. If you're looking to be surrounded by a team of practitioners who are there to support you as you get started, this is the perfect opportunity for you. An interest in oncology, fertility, or hormone support is an asset. Training in lymphedema also an asset.
*Must be in good standing with the College of Massage Therapists of Ontario
*Must provide proof of registration with the college & malpractice insurance
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