Occupational Therapy

Meegan Lambert

Assistant Professor of Occupational Therapy


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Dr. Meegan Lambert, OTD, OTR/L, LMT, has 9 years of clinical experience in a variety of treatment settings including SNF, long-term acute care, assisted living, adult day programming, inpatient rehab, acute care, and home health.  She has experience working in trauma and ICU settings with adult and geriatric patients.  As a traveling Occupational Therapist, she has worked in Illinois, Arkansas, Texas, and Florida, in addition to permanent roles in Tennessee.

Dr. Lambert earned her Doctor of Occupational Therapy degree at Pacific University. She received her Master’s in Occupational Therapy at Tennessee State University, and a Bachelor of Arts in Health Promotion at Purdue University. She is also a licensed massage therapist (LMT), certified lymphedema therapist (CLT), certified brain injury specialist (CBIS), and is LSVT-BIG certified.  She joined the Coalition for Occupational Therapy Advocates for Diversity (COTAD) in 2018 and serves as the Minority Mentorship Program Coordinator.

Selected Scholarship

Presentation:“Developing a Facility-Specific, Structured, and Comprehensive Level II Fieldwork Program (for Clinical Fieldwork Educators),” Illinois OT Association Conference, 2018

Program Development: Student Fieldwork Experience and Manual for Level II Occupational Therapy Fieldwork at Regional One Health: Acute Care

Courses Taught

Geriatric Theory, Geriatric Assessment and Intervention