Under general direction the physical therapist shall evaluate and treat patients, communicate with physicians and other health personnel, supervise ancillary staff, and present in service education. The therapist is skilled and trained in use and application of all P.T. modalities and procedures and is required to follow the State Practice Act KRS.327. Demonstrates a commitment to professional accountability and growth to maintain and expand knowledge and skills. Contributes to the achievement of the mission and philosophy of the Organization. Contributes to the effective operations of the Organization by demonstrating dependability in job performance. Exhibits the F.I.R.S.T. values (Friendliness, Innovation, Respect, Service, and Trust).
Indoor department, clean and pleasant. Well lighted and ventilated. Forty hour work week with holiday and weekend rotation. The task of this job involves exposure to blood, body fluids and tissue. Considerable stooping, kneeling, pushing and pulling required. Lifting, carrying and walking also required for patient treatments. Exposure to physical and mental anguish. Must be able to lift 25 lbs. independently.