As a Physical Therapist, you will:
- Provide initial and ongoing comprehensive assessments of the patient's needs, including Outcome and Assessment Information Set (OASIS) assessments.
- Establish a treatment plan in consultation with the physician and revises it with the approval of the physician as necessary.
- Assist in development and implementation of the interdisciplinary patient care plan as it pertains to Physical Therapy.
- Assist the physician evaluating patients by applying diagnostic and prognostic muscle, nerve, joint, and functional ability tests.
- Teach, supervise, and counsel the family and patient in the physical therapy program.
- Write clinical/progress notes on the date of the visit and incorporates same in the patient's record within 72 hours.
- Must be a graduate of a Physical Therapy school approved by the Council of Medical Education of the A.M.A. in collaboration with the American Physical Therapy Association.
- Must be licensed or registered by the State.
- Must have at least one year of institutional/home health experience.
- Must have criminal background check.
- Must have current CPR certification.