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Physical Therapist/ PT
Details: Physical Therapist Needed for part-time, flexible hour weekday shift position!TOP PAY, SIGN ON BONUS, FULL BENEFITS OFFERED! PURPOSE: To identify problems and develop individual treatment plans in concurrence with the resident’s stated treatment goals. To provide therapeutic programs to maintain and/or improve physical function, deter dysfunctional process, and maintain or improve developmental function. To provide programs with appropriate modality and/or therapies to relieve pain and improve functional capability. To teach methods of safe management of movement and/or positioning with limited functional capabilities including the use of adaptive devices such as wheelchairs, canes, walkers, prostheses, etc., to residents and staff. To assist residents in working through their denial, anger, depression, etc., which is associated with the process of adjusting to their disabilities. To work with the residents’ families, staff, and/or others (when indicated), assisting them in acceptance of the resident’s capabilities, instructing them in specific treatment techniques and encouraging them to permit the residents to function at their highest possible level. PROCEDURE: The therapist agrees to schedule the appropriate amount of treatment for each resident within contracted hours available. Treatment sessions will be held in the therapy room, living area or at the day program, depending upon the resident’s needs. Treatment sessions must be planned so that all the resident’s therapy needs are addressed. All residents 10 years old and younger are to be evaluated annually in conjunction with the resident’s annual IHP; those residents 11 to 22 years of age are to be evaluated every 2 years unless requested through the QMRP; residents 23 and older are to be evaluated every 3 years. Scheduled evaluations are to be completed no more than thirty (30) days prior to the IHP. Evaluation results will be placed on the resident’s chart at least five (5) days prior to the resident’s IHP Meeting. The therapist agrees to include the resident’s family, whenever possible, and when in the best interest of the resident. The therapist agrees to maintain frequent formal and informal communication with the Interdisciplinary Team Members, which include: Physician, Nurse, Therapists, Social Workers, Qualified Mental Retardation Professionals (QMRPs), Psychologist, Habilitation Care Supervisors (HCS), Dietician, and Day Programming Staff. The therapist agrees to consult the appropriate therapy standards for specific treatment guides and report results of treatment to team members, as required by State and Federal Standards. The licensed Therapist (or appropriate licensed designee) is required to attend any IHP Meetings (annual) or CORE Meetings (180 day reviews) as requested by QMRP and/or guardian, during scheduled contracted hours. Signatures must be provided within 3 weeks after the IHP/CORE meeting. Documentation (statistics and recommendations) must be provided and given to the QMRP five (5) days prior to the scheduled IHP/CORE Meeting. The therapist (or designee) is to provide formal inservices as requested. Therapist is to instruct clinical Staff as needed or as requested by the Director of Professional Services. The therapist will use all approved forms in all phases of her/his service. The therapist will be available at a variety of times depending on resident’s availability for assessments, observation, and active treatment. Maximum billing hours not to exceed an average of 20 hours per week. Functional assessments, progress notes, therapy sheets, monthly summaries and IPPs will be prepared and submitted as required by State and Federal regulations facility’s policy for maximum efficiency and compliance with all regulations. Maintain and repair all adaptive equipment as needed. The following services will be provided when pre-authorized by the Director of Professional Services and/or Center Director: Attend specific Orthopedic, Scoliosis, and LaForsch Clinics. Attend seating clinic appointments. Enjoy the benefits of becoming a CIRRUS CONSULTANT Earn top pay in your field We offer a generous hourly base rate and a hefty NON-TAXED PER DIEM and Housing Allowance Partner with a reputable firm with all the benefits of the big boxed organizations and guaranteed salary! “Try it before you buy it' and work a contract or PRN through our firm. This option allows you to try out all hospitals before you commit to something permanent. It is like your opportunity to date before you marry it! Have the flexibility to make your own schedule when you want to work Have the independence to choose where you want to work from location, facility to setting, etc. Have the freedom to be in charge of your own destiny Stay out of all the politics, drama and required rotations, provide your services and leave the rest to Cirrus! PARTNER with a company that was started and operatedby REGISTERED NURSES that understand, value and appreciate your commitment to theprofession! We are not a large corporate company and you will receive the PERSONALIZEDPARTNERSHIP that your deserveworking with Cirrus' career ADVOCATE!Full benefit packagefor full time Registered Nurses effective DAY ONE includeHealth InsuranceDental Vision401k with matchPTOPaid HolidaysUniform DiscountMileage Paid
Physical Therapist (Physical Therapy)
Details: Are you a dedicated, caring, service oriented Physical Therapist looking for an opportunity to grow your career where you can make a difference by working with the geriatric population? Then join us! At Physicians Hospital System (PHS), we pride ourselves on offering a wide-range of services to provide the highest quality care for each patient. Our highly trained professionals work together as a unit to put patient care first and return patients to the road to recovery. We are looking for experienced Physical Therapists willing to relocate to Mishawaka, IN (relocation assistance provided) to join our dedicated healthcare team focused on providing rehabilitative physical therapy for adult and geriatric patients. As part of a dedicated interdisciplinary healthcare team, the Physical Therapist will interact directly with patients to plan and implement a comprehensive rehabilitative therapy program, using techniques that promote the ability to move, reduce pain, restore function, and prevent disability.By becoming a Physical Therapist with PHS, you will be eligible for either a SIGN ON BONUS or RELOCATION ASSISTANCE!Physical Therapist / PT – Hospital / Healthcare / Physical Therapy Job ResponsibilitiesAs a Physical Therapist, you will be responsible for assessing, planning, organizing, and participating in rehabilitative programs that improve mobility, relieve pain, increase strength, and improve or correct disabling conditions resulting from disease or injury. Additional responsibilities of the Physical Therapist include: Planning or carrying out individually designed program of physical treatment to maintain, improve, or restore physical functioning, alleviating pain, or preventing physical dysfunction in patients Assessing therapy activities to ensure they are medically approved physical therapy programs Communicating available programs to patients and encouraging patient participationPhysical Therapist / PT – Hospital / Healthcare / Physical Therapy
Physical Therapist/Physical Therapist Assistant - PT/PTA
Details: Physical Therapist/Physical Therapist Assistant - PT/PTAJob Description of Physical Therapist/Physical Therapist Assistant - PT/PTA: We are currently looking for a Physical Therapist and/or Physical Therapist Assistant - PT/PTA to improve the lives of the people we serve through compassion and innovation in healthcare. Duties of this position include following, in accordance with established policies and therapy standards: Perform evaluations Develop and implement effective patient treatment plans to restore, compensate or adapt for loss of patient function. Plan and administer medical prescribed therapy treatments. Evaluates effects of therapy treatments by observing, noting and evaluating resident’s progress. Manages the appropriate therapy minutes per RUGS category for patients/residents. Assures continuation of therapeutic plan following discharge by designing resident specific maintenance programs.
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