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Australian Podiatrist seeking Podiatry Assistant role in Manhattan

Discussion in 'USA' started by charliB, Jan 3, 2017.

  1. charliB

    charliB Welcome New Poster


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    I am an Australian trained Podiatrist relocating to Manhattan, NY in March this year. I am very interested in staying in the field of Podiatry and will be looking for a role as a Podiatry Assistant. I have nine years clinical experience here in Australia and also obtained a Masters of Health Management and a Graduate Certificate in Business Management. I believe my skill set will be of great value to a private Podiatry practice. If anyone can offer any advice as to transferring into a Podiatry Assistant role in the USA, I would love to hear from you.

    Warm Regards

    Charmaine Hutchins
     
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