Pinnacle Invests In Student Success

Pinnacle Rehabilitation Network recognizes the value of the next generation of physical therapists. Dan Fleury, Vice President of Pinnacle says ” The success and future of our company is heavily impacted by the quality of the next generation of physical therapists. We need to take an active role in clinical education not only to raise the bar, but to identify those students who will be the next leaders of our organization. Participating in the APTA Credentialed Clinical Instructor Program gives our therapists the right mix of tools and resources to take clinical education to the next level. Students are seeking a formal and well designed clinical education experience over the historically poorly designed experience some of us may have gone through. We want to give students that select a Pinnacle facility the best clinical experience so they are over prepared to enter the profession.”

Pinnacle hosted its APTA Clinical Instructor Credentialing Course, this past fall at Franklin Pierce University in Manchester, NH. The course was quickly maxed out with twenty four participants from a mix of Pinnacle locations across New England.  All twenty four participants passed the course and were awarded their CI Certifications! The success of the course ensures that this will become an annual event.