Setting(s): Medical center Population(s): Pediatric, medical/surgical, general medical, oncology, behavioral health units; outpatient, bereavement services Age Range: Infant - Older adult
New Hanover Regional Medical Center is the leading provider of quality and accessible health care in southeastern North Carolina, delivering care to all in need, without the support of taxpayer dollars. Based in Wilmington, NC, the NHRMC network is licensed for a total of 855 beds; 628 on the NHRMC campus, including 62 at the Behavioral Health Hospital and 60 at Coastal Rehabilitation Hospital; 141 at NHRMC Orthopedic Hospital; and 86 at Pender Memorial. It operates a Level II Trauma Center, five intensive care units, four residency programs, multiple clinics, surgical centers, and the New Hanover Regional Emergency Medical Services. NHRMC provides a sophisticated array of services to 290,000 inpatients and outpatients each year. Specialty services include the Zimmer Cancer Center, NHRMC Heart Center, Women's and Children's Services, Emergency Services, Sleep Disorders Center, Radiology Services, and several outpatient services. Also providing primary and specialty care are over 200 providers with the NHRMC Physician Group. The medical center takes seriously its responsibility as an economic engine for the community, creating more than 6,000 jobs directly and another 6,000 jobs indirectly.
New Hanover Regional Medical Center (NHRMC) is a team-centered, value-focused, teaching provider of quality health care to all in need of its services. NHRMC is a growing medical center that is supportive of the implementation of Music Therapy services in new areas and offers many opportunities to expand services. The entering Music Therapy intern is expected to have the ability to adapt to the medical center's treatment environment. The intern should possess adequate communication skills and have the ability to interact effectively with others. The intern must have an awareness of maintaining a safe and therapeutic patient environment. Knowledge of basic Music Therapy techniques and functional use of voice, and accompaniment instruments such as keyboard, guitar, omnichord, or Orff instruments is essential. Sessions are typically done in the patient's room and occasionally in the Child Life Activity room or an open lounge.
10% cafeteria discount
Michele Erich, MT-BC
2131 SOUTH 17TH STREET WILMINGTON, NC 28402 PHONE: (910) 667-5870 FAX: (910) 667-5529