As a world-class organization on the cutting edge of evidence-based practice and professional development, the Brooks IHL Pediatric Residency program prepares its residents to educate and care for the pediatric population. This program is one year in length and consists of three components that include didactic/psychomotor classes, clinical mentoring and supervision, and directed learning activities. In addition, case study presentations prepare the resident for participation in professional conferences and potential submission for publication.
The Brooks Pediatric Residency program leverages relationships within the community and the Brooks Rehabilitation System of Care to allow for robust experiences in teaching, clinical practice, and research. Our Pediatric residents have the unique opportunity to gain experience in several practice settings including a neonatal intensive care unit. Additionally, residents from all of the Brooks IHL residency programs comprehensively participate in foundational courses, allowing for development of professional relationships with colleagues of various specialty practice areas.
– 150 hours of 1:1 on site clinical mentoring
– Full salary and benefits with Brooks Rehabilitation
– Shared experience with our 9 Residency and Fellowship Programs
– Enjoy opportunities to collaborate with 90+ graduates practicing in the Brooks System
– Experiential learning opportunities in multiple settings throughout the Brooks Rehabilitation System of Care
The Brooks Pediatric Residency is accredited for Physical Therapists by the American Board of Physical Therapy Residency & Fellowship Education (ABPTRFE).
The Pediatric Residency Program will prepare physical therapy residents to successfully pass the American Board of Physical Therapy Specialties (ABPTS) board certification exam in pediatrics (PCS).
Pediatric Board Certification Pass Rate for First Time Takers
Graduation Rate (5 year average) – 100%
PT, DPT, PCS, CSCS
Applicants to the Brooks Pediatric Residency Program must: