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Stein Ancillary Services average salary is $76,960, median salary is $76,960 with a salary range from $76,960 to $76,960.
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Occupational Therapist 76,960-76,960 Rogers, AR, 72756 2010 Stein Ancillary Services Occupational Therapist Salaries (1)
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  • Stein Ancillary Services Llc
  • Industry: Other
  • City: Fort Smith, AR
  • Stein Ancillary Services specializes in providing outstanding programs geared to improving the quality of life of our residents. We feel that it is critical to work closely with the nursing staff of the facilities to deliver an inter-disciplinary approach to each residents plan of care. Some of our most popular programs are outlined below:The Quality of programs Stein Ancillary Services provides is second to none. Our goal is 100% attainment with each case. As impossible as this seems, it allows us to treat with long-term results in mind rather than a short-term "quick fix".