What you will do:
- Develops a plan of care to promote optimum function and safety as documented in the clinical record.
- Incorporates patient and caregiver goals into the plan of care.
- Establishes interventions and specific measurable outcomes that are consistent with identified problems.
- Goals and outcomes are realistic, measurable, and address functional needs.
- Modified and updates the plan of care as patient status warrants.
- Plans for and provides skilled physical therapy treatment, reassessing the patient’s status on each visit and ensuring quality of care as documented in the clinical record.
- Selects and performs therapeutic techniques that are appropriate to patient’s problems and medical status and that reflect integration of the therapist’s clinical knowledge and theory.
- Coordinates patient care with other clinical team members ensuring optimal patient care and communication as noted in the clinical record.
- Collaborates and updates other team members about changes in patient status and plan of care.
- Participates in care conferences.
What you will need:
- Bachelor's degree from a program accredited by the APTA or a Bachelor's degree in science with an APTA certification in physical therapy or the equivalent, as determined by the APTA licensing board and/or management.
- Licensure in the state of Ohio.
- Demonstrated ability to keep abreast of new research and practices in the field so as to provide the patients the best possible care and treatment.
- Two years of clinical experience with a varied patient population.
- CPR certification.
- Ability to lift an average size patient and be mobile.
- Ability to understand and effectively communicate in both written and oral form.
Equal Opportunity Employer/Protected Veterans/Individuals with Disabilities.