We currently have two positions open for full-time employment at our Columbus and Dublin, Ohio Patient Care Facilities.
We are seeking:
- a Licensed Orthotist or Licensed Orthotist/Prosthetist
- a Certified Fitter or ABC/BOC Orthotist.
These individuals will be responsible for the evaluation, designing, fabrication and fitting of custom orthopedic bracing and supports, as well as, work with our established team.
- Evaluate patients in order to determine their appliance needs, as well as, identify factors that could affect the fit and/or function of the patient’s custom brace.
- Measure and/or cast patients for their custom device.
- Design orthopedic devices, based on physicians’ prescriptions, and examination and measurement of patients.
- Fit, evaluate and test devices on patients, as well as, make adjustments for proper fit, function, and comfort.
- Instruct patients and provide written instructions regarding the use and care of orthoses.
- Maintain patients’ records in accordance with ABC and State Board standards.
- Select materials and components to be used, based on device design.
- Confer with physicians in order to formulate specifications and prescriptions for orthopedic devices.
- Update skills and knowledge by attending conferences, seminars and educational workshops.
- Show and explain orthopedic devices to healthcare professionals.
- Must be currently licensed in the State of Ohio and/or certified with ABC or BOC.
- Must maintain CEU’s in accordance with licensure guidelines and/or ABC, BOC.
- Must adhere to the guidelines in the employee handbook of Central Ohio Orthotic & Prosthetic Center, Inc. upon hire.
- Must participate with management in annual performance reviews.
- Must attend and participate in COOPC hosted trainings and meetings.
- Must be hard working, possess strong clinical skills, strong work ethic, and a willingness to learn.
- Must have the ability to manage varying and scheduled tasks.
These positions are an excellent opportunity for candidates that are self-driven, motivated, and with an entrepreneurial spirit that is looking to produce results in an expanding market.
The final candidates will submit to detailed background checks.
Please submit resumes HERE.
My Faithful Assistant wishes to say a special Thank You to Central Ohio Orthotic & Prosthetic Center, Inc.
COOPC, as known by their patients, has been a leader in orthotic and prosthetic services in central Ohio since 1991 and a client of My Faithful Assistant since 2000, when we opened for business.
Read more HERE
We would like to introduce our patient, Cameron Casparro.
Cameron is two years old and is one of our prosthetic patients. He was in a lawn mower accident a year ago, which left him with a loss of his limb, just below the knee.
Up until recently, he had been unable to walk. Now, with the help of his below the knee prosthetic device, he’s able to stand, walk, run and just be a kid again.
His excitement and beautiful smile lit Up the office the day he came in to be fit with his below knee prosthesis.
We are honored to have been part of Cameron’s first walk. It is a gift we will treasure.
Treasures, like Cameron, are just one reason Barry Fowler, Sr. has been providing orthotic & prosthetic services for over 45 years.
A note on children’s below knee prosthesis:
Trauma is one of the top four reasons for amputation in children. There are numerous ways in which a child amputee is different from an adult amputee. For example, the residual limb for a child will continue to grow. And the demands on a child’s below knee prosthesis is typically more than an adult’s due to a child’s activity level of playfulness, when compared to a sedentary adult. A child can generally begin the fitting process of a below knee process at about the time they’re able to stand.
Thank you for joining us for a trip around the Columbus, Ohio office at Central Ohio Orthotic & Prosthetic Center!
Patients, parents, guardians and/or caretakers are welcomed in our large and comfortable waiting room. Your wait time is less than ten minutes, on average.
Our front office will take care of getting you signed in, getting all the necessary paperwork pulled together for the patient and will let you know what your benefits are, after talking with your insurance carrier.
We have multiple, clean measurement and casting rooms for patients to be seen on their initial visit with us.
We have a large walking room for prosthetic patients to be fit in. They also have their adjustments made in this room and any measurements that are needed will be taken here also. We have multiple fitting rooms available for patients to be initially seen, measurements taken when needed and their braces are fit to them in these rooms as well.
Our billing office will take care of getting any pre-certifications or pre-determinations for you, from your insurance provider. As a courtesy, they will also take care of billing your insurance carrier for you as well.
Our casting department will handle making cast molds or plaster casts of your brace in order to get it ready for our plastics department, as well as, our main lab & finish fabrication department.
Our plastics department takes care of getting the correct plastic and placement on to your orthotic or prosthetic device. It’s also one of the last departments your brace sees before heading to our main lab & finish fabrication department.
Our fabrication department handles every orthotic & prosthetic device that comes through our doors; whether it’s for repairs, adjustments, fittings or fabrication.
Here’s a Preview of Our E. Mound St. Facility: