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Occupational Therapist / OT
Details: Immediate Opening for an Early Intervention program, FULL TIME/ PART TIME OCCUPATIONAL THERAPIST with in a downtown Philadelphia EI program! As a Full Time OT you can earn between $42.00 and $47.00 per hour with BENEFITS ! ** THIS IS NOT A per VISIT RATE the right Occupation Therapists will be compensated for all TIME! The Pennsylvania Licensed Occupational Therapist with in this progressive Early Intervention Program will have the opportunity to work with wonderful, professional co-workers who are devoted to providing top notch intervention services to children. Apply today with Therapists On Demand to become a full time member of a dedicated Therapeutic Team. * The right OT must have experience with children / pediatric patients * The Occupational Therapist will perform evaluation and treatment for children with in the EI program utilizing therapy procedures and techniques. * The OT will have the opportunity to work with a variety of children who are receiving Intervention services.. * The Full Time / Part Time OT will participate in parent/care giver, teacher, and team meetings to assist in the education of the team on appropriate OT techniques to enhance the child's progress. * The OT must have excellent communication and documentation skills.
Occupational Therapist - OT
Details: The Arora Group, Inc. (AGI) has an immediate opening for a full-time Occupational Therapist (OT) working at Naval Hospital Camp Lejeune, near Jacksonville, NC supporting the Wounded, Ill, and Injured (WII) Program. This program seeks to address gaps in the care available for the prevalent injuries and illnesses among service member returning from active duty in Iraq and Afghanistan, as well as the difficulties of transitioning from military to veteran status. The WII Program seeks to ensure easy, rapid access to care for all beneficiaries and to ensure that transition across networks of care recognizes the unique care coordination requirements for WII patients. AGI is a well-respected contract healthcare staffing company with over 600 employees. We place highly-qualified healthcare workers in various Department of Defense hospitals/clinics throughout 23 states. Our goal is to provide world-class health care to the Goverment, offer you a place to improve your skills, learn from the best, and continue your dedication and passion to serve the needs of our Armed Forces. What makes AGI successfull is our commitment to our patients and our staff that cares for them. This job opening is for a full-time Occupational Therapist (OT) to work Monday - Friday, 8-hour day shifts between the hours of 6:00 am and 6:00 pm. In addition to Naval Hospital Camp Lejeune, services may also be required at Marine Corps Air Station New River Branch Medical Clinic and their affiliated Sports Medicine Clinics all located within 30 miles of Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune. DUTIES OF THE OCCUPATIONAL THERAPIST (OT): The OT shall normally work Monday through Friday, 8 hours between 6am and 6pm, including the uncompensated meal break. Services will not be required on Federal holidays. At the mutual agreement of the OT and the Government, an alternative work schedule may be implemented, such as a compressed work schedule. The Occupational Therapist shall occasionally provide services on Saturdays and Sundays on a rotational basis with other occupational therapiest assigned to the department. Perform a full range of Occupational Therapy services in accordance with the scope of clinical privileges granted by the Commanding Officer. Perform a full range of therapy services in support of patient referrals from the following specialties: Orthopedics, Sports Medicine, General Medicine and Surgery, Primary Care Clinic, Internal Medicine, Neurology, Rheumatology, Behavioral/Mental Health and other referrals approved by Department Head/Division Officer. Provide a level of productivity comparable to that of other Occupational Therapists assigned to the military treatment facility (MTF), and region as applicable, and authorized the same scope of practice. Administer comprehensive occupational therapy evaluation, planning, and treatment of all age groups for individuals with impairments in their neuromusculoskeletal, cognitive, functional capacity, and/or respiratory and circulatory efficiency as outlined in the scope of practice and individual provider credentials for this MTF. Fabricate and/or apply basic orthotic or splinting devices; compression therapy; and physical agent modalities as appropriate based on individual provider credentials/privilege. Assess and assist with activities of daily living; Design and adapt equipment, devices and working/living environments in collaboration and coordination with referring health care providers and administrators, and with patients, family member and caregivers. Develop and manage extensive postsurgical upper extremity rehabilitation programs for beneficiaries to include; wound care, debridement, and complicated dynamic splinting in accordance with NH Camp Lejeune privileging criteria. Plan and implement treatment programs designed to restore, reinforce, and enhance task performance, diminish or remediate pathology, and to promote and maintain health and functional independence for all beneficiaries served. Comply with data collection and documentation requirements of the MTF. Perform clinically based administrative duties as assigned, maintain and care for department equipment, supplies and storage. Observe patients during treatments and discuss progress with clinical support staff in order to compile and evaluate data on patients' response and progress with treatments, and change treatment plan accordingly. Document assessments, tests, treatments and progress in the medical record at each visit. Record alterations of treatment plans and patient's reactions as needed. Document actions taken such as patient history, patient evaluation, treatments/adjustments, discharge recommendations, unusual occurrences, and morbidity in accordance with the MTF operating procedures. Develop and/or carry out general activity and psychoeducational instructional programs for individuals or groups as required. Ensure the instruction of patient and family in home programs as well as care and use of adaptive equipment. Confer with members of the occupational therapy staff, staff physicians, other departments, and other rehabilitation team members. Either individually, in conference or through various approved electronic means, to exchange, discuss and evaluate patient information for planning, modifying and coordinating treatment programs in order to provide complete care to patients Provide orientation, direction, oversight, and instruction to Occupational Therapists, Occupational Therapy Assistants, and military technicians, other therapy staff (as needed for cross training purposes), general duty corpsman, therapy aides, and volunteers/students in accordance with departmental standard operating procedure (SOP) and direction from supervisors/leadership. Assure cleanliness and orderliness in the work area. Perform clinically based clerical duties, such as taking inventory, ordering supplies, answering telephone, taking messages, filling out forms, scheduling/dispositioning patients, and staffing the reception area. Maintain and care for department equipment and supplies and storage. Prepare treatment areas for incoming patients. Transport patients to department, and prepare patients and equipment for treatment. All patient contact and care shall be safe, timely, result in achievement of realistic and documented treatment goals, and comply with or satisfy the intent of the referring medical staff. Contact referring medical provider regarding patient care concerns, as required. Maintain department records and files in accordance with facility policies. Perform coding of patient encounters and workload. Document, unusual occurrences and morbidity in accordance with MTF operating procedures. Act as a clinical instructor for occupational therapy and other health care students assigned to the department. Plan and conduct lectures and training programs on occupational therapy related subjects for staff, students and patients. Provide input and attend rehabilitation team meetings, seminars, and quality assurance meetings. Participate in research projects approved through the command and proper IRB processes. Attend meetings, complete administrative tasks and participate in departmental processes as directed by leadership. Participate in peer review activities COMPENSATION & BENEFITS: Excellent starting pay 26 days paid vacation per year! 10 paid Federal holidays (prorated) Health & Welfare benefit covers health insurance, short- and long-term disability insurance EOE AA M/F/Vet/Disability Tags: Occupational Therapy, occupational therapist, OT, rehabilitation
Occupational Therapist / OT - Team Leader
Details: Occupational Therapist / OT- Full Time - Team Leader Our Occupational Therapists / OT are the cornerstone to our commitment to caring. Working in the health care environment can be very demanding, and it is our goal to provide the tools to help our Occupational Therapists / OT understand and commit to the philosophy that defines our culture. Our strength is not just quality of care, but also our quality of caring. We are interested in employing Occupational Therapists / OT who are as passionate as we are about ensuring that our patients and residents receive the care and support services they need and deserve. Occupational Therapist / OT- Full Time - Team Leader To support Director of Rehab with onsite rehabilitation related responsibilities while providing direct patient care, in the capacity of Occupational Therapist, in accordance with Federal, State and Local regulations. To provide RUGS management per scope of service and other duties assigned by DOR on a periodic basis or as needed.
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