What does meaningful work look like to you?

You want to deliver the kind of care you feel proud to provide, alongside cool people with high standards and solid values.

You want to think big, grow a product line and develop an opportunity within a company that respects your contributions and has an impact on your community.

You want autonomy, transparency and innovation.

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Meet CorePhysio. 2019 marks our 15th year as a local, PT-owned Bellingham private practice, and the summer of 2020 brings expansion to a new, centrally located facility.  Powered by solar, with staff amenities and input for design, our new flagship location creates fresh energy as well as extraordinary opportunities for two full time clinicians to be part of our growth.

We believe that being on top of our game is the key factor in the success of our providers, our clients and our company. Our thirst to further our education through con ed, clinical mentorship, journal club and personal curiosity is driven by our values and desire to see our clients experience the best that PT has to offer. 

CorePhysio is an equal opportunity employer that offers full time clinical employees:

  • Choice from 4 competitive and autonomous compensation options
  • Financial transparency and leadership opportunities
  • Generous continuing education
  • Paid continuing education days
  • Clinical mentorship for specialty programs
  • Medical, dental
  • 401k with matching
  • Quickly accruing PTO
  • Saturday Pay Differential
  • Annual staff retreat and quarterly 1:1's to ensure you have the resources and support to innovate your unique path in the company

With over one hundred 5-star google reviews, 98% client satisfaction and exceptional outcomes, CorePhysio has a track record of excellence in care by leaders in the field who happened to also be very cool human beings. 

Email your resume and cover letter to ehampton at CorePhysioPT.com. We look forward to hearing about you and your vision for your career at CorePhysio.

 

No recruiters, please.