Work where your passion lies.

At UHS, you can bring your skills to the field or a physician practice! We are the leading Sports Medicine program in the region with 10 high school athletics contracts. Our team provides athletic training, physician sideline coverage, athlete strength, conditioning, and sports performance training.

The UHS Sports Medicine team also acts as the team physicians for Binghamton University D1 Athletics and Hartwick College (D3). We’re proud to support a number of local club sports teams and community events as well.

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At United Health Services, you’ll benefit from:

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The opportunity for UHS to invest in your career advancement, including an annual CEU stipend.

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Additional career advancement opportunities, including financial support to pursue further education in healthcare.

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A competitive salary with potential for stipend earnings.

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A strong work culture through our Values of Compassion, Trust, Respect, Teamwork, and Innovation.

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Employee benefits including, but not limited to, health, dental, and vision insurance; a competitive retirement plan; and immediate accrual of PTO.

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Facilitated opportunities to sit for the National Board for Certification of Orthopaedic Technologists (OTC credential).

Athletic Training Careers at UHS

For all our new hires, we offer an individualized training plan based on your current skill sets and comfort level. You will also be provided with mentorship and growth opportunities throughout your UHS athletic training career.

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Work at a UHS Physician Practice

If you choose our physician practice opportunity, you will still have many opportunities available to maintain your field-level skills and sideline involvement with stipend earnings! This includes coverage of UHS’s D1/D3 collegiate and high school athletic contracts. This role offers Monday through Friday day shift coverage with major holidays off.

We are located at the UHS Orthopedic Center in Binghamton. A 68,000-square-foot, state-of-the-art facility, built in 2016 to house all our musculoskeletal services, including a 12,000-square-foot physical therapy space and a sports performance gym. Under one location, we offer Orthopedics, Sports Medicine, Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation, Podiatry, Rheumatology, Concussion Management, and Physiatry.

Work in the Field

If you choose our field opportunity, you will be empowered to take control of your school programs. Our UHS team is respected in our school contracts, and administrations listen to our Athletic Trainers to help shape the best possible situations for our staff and athletes.

We oversee Sports Medicine at 10 local high schools. Our teams cover practices and games and work closely with the school’s strength and conditioning coach to help reduce and manage injuries at these locations. We also help manage rehab programs for our athletes at schools or in one of our five physical therapy clinics.

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Join Team UHS

As a UHS Athletic Trainer, you’ll have the freedom and flexibility to accomplish your objectives based on your unique individuality. You will be part of a supportive sports medicine team composed of physicians, physical therapists, strength coaches, athletic trainers, behavioral health specialists, nurse practitioners, and dieticians who are always happy to help you!

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