Physical TherapistJob ID 191307BR Date posted 04/04/2023
- Rice Lake, WI
- Part Time
- Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation
The PT will be able to identify patients/customers: Inpatients, Outpatients, Home Health/Hospice patients, Sub-Acute Unit patients (neonates to geriatrics). The PT is responsible for performing an age-specific assessment designed to gather data relevant to the patient's individual needs. This includes assessment and evaluation of cognitive, sensory, neurological, musculoskeletal, functional, and physiological status. The PT develops a plan of care, performs treatment as indicated, assesses patients' response to treatment, and assists with discharge planning. The PT utilizes exercise, equipment, and physical agents to improve strength, balance, coordination and range of motion, and to decrease pain to restore a patient's optimal mobility and functional ability. The PT provides education related to the treatment program, disease process, and prevention of further injuries to the patient, family/caregiver and other members of the healthcare team. Depending on the location, the PT will be expected to delegate and monitor treatment provided by Physical Therapist Assistants. The PT will coordinate, delegate, and supervise responsibilities assigned to supportive staff (Rehabilitation Techs, LATs, etc.). The PT may be asked to create and participate in Community Engagement activities that focus on healthy lifestyle promotion, preventative medicine, and wellness topics. The PT will participate in operational and performance improvement aspects of the department. The PT will maintain awareness of budgetary and fiscal responsibility as it pertains to wages, overtime, productivity, and continuing education. The PT will ensure that documentation is complete and charges are accurately entered on a timely basis. The PT will participate in all mandated departmental and organizational educational programs.
|Obtained, or eligible to obtain, a degree (or equivalent) in Physical Therapy from an accredited Educational Institution. Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) degree preferred. American Board of Physical Therapy Specialties board-certification preferred, but not required.|
|Additional Qualifications :|
|Ability to read and communicate effectively in English. Strong written and verbal skills. Basic computer knowledge. Knowledge of Physical Medicine, Physical Therapy Modalities, anatomy, and physiology. Decision making and problem solving skills. Team building skills.|
|License or Certification :|
|Physical Therapy Licensed or eligible for Physical Therapy License, in the state of Wisconsin. Current BLS of Health Care Providers certification from the American Heart Association or American Red Cross. Driver’s License may be required depending on location of hire|
$77,417.60 - $116,188.80 / year
4 days per week, 10 hour days. Rotating weekends and holidays.
Rotating weekends approximately 1 in every 10 weekends.
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