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TEAM Ed

Category: Employment - Recruitment and Staffing
Location: New York, - United States

Staffing firm offers complete educational and therapy services to schools to help provide schools with a free appropriate public education to children with disabilities.


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York Hospital

Category: Medicine - Facilities
Location: York, Maine - United States

Established in 1880, it is a community teaching hospital with seven residency programs, five allied health schools and other training programs. Located in York.

 
The National Personal Training Institute

Category: Fitness - Personal Trainers
Location: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania - United States

Education and certification, job placement, across the U.S.

 
Before I Die

Category: Medicine - Medical Specialties
Location: New York - United States

The online component to the PBS program " Before I Die: Medical Care and Personal Choices". The program explores the medical, ethical, and social issues surrounding end-of-life care in America today.

 
Sportsmedicine.com

Category: Medicine - Medical Specialties
Location: Vancouver, British Columbia - Canada

Offers information on education, organizations, and topics about sports medicine. Plus a chat room, mail list, and message board to connect people interested in sports medicine.

 
Cancer Council New South Wales

Category: Conditions and Diseases - Cancer
Location: Kings Cross , New South Wales - Australia

Sponsors research funding and training opportunities in Australia. Provides information, prevention programs, early detection and treatment support.

 
Ellingsen and Associates

Category: Conditions and Diseases - Communication Disorders
Location: Malvern, Pennsylvania - United States

International speech-language practice offering customized, on-site and computer-based instruction for individuals, schools, and corporations, in addition to training for paraprofessionals.

 
Medical Career

Category: Employment - Nursing
Location: Hyderabad - India

A complete medical career, medical career institute, career in the medical field, medical field career, medical billing career, medical billing coding career, medical career salary, medical coding career, medical transcription career, medical career description, billing career institute medical us, career ...

 
Medical Assistant School

Category: Professions - Medical Assistant
Location: Atlanta, Georgia - United States

Online classes are now available at St. Augustine School of Medical Assistants. You can study online at your own pace and convenience to become a Medical Assistant. This is a nationally accredtied and certified Medical Assistant program.

 
Asthma Foundation of NSW

Category: Conditions and Diseases - Respiratory Conditions
Location: St Leonards, NSW - Australia

Provides current information about asthma, including a newsletter and local community support.

 
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