Physical Therapist/Pelvic Health Specialist
Company: Intermountain Healthcare
Posted on: June 24, 2022
Job Description:This position is responsible for screening,
testing, evaluating, diagnosing and treatment of injuries,
diseases, and disabilities using physical therapy procedures and
modalities in accordance with standard physical therapy practices.
The Physical Therapist consults, educates, and trains patients and
Demonstrates the knowledge and skills necessary to provide
appropriate physical therapy care to the following: Neonate, child,
adolescent, adult, and geriatric populations.
Maintains current knowledge of standard physical therapy practices
for various patient populations.
Provides competent services including treatment. Performs
subjective and objective evaluation according to diagnosis, past
history, and physician referral while developing a plan of care
with appropriate goals and objectives based on patient evaluation.
Effectively maintains established department/service line
Maintains appropriate documentation for each patient in a complete,
thorough, and timely manner in accordance with regulatory,
facility, and department requirements. May assist in preparing
patient billing in an accurate and timely manner.
Appropriately communicates with patients, families, physicians,
nurses, and other healthcare staff regarding patient's needs,
abilities, and goals. Ensures smooth facility and department
operations. Effectively utilizes rehabilitation services with
optimum patient care and response.
Responsible for all aspects of patient care and education for
assigned patients including supervision of all services provided by
physical therapy assistants, aides, office staff, and students;
ensures consistent high-quality patient care.
Participates in continuing education opportunities in accordance
with established guidelines. Seeks opportunities for new and
continual learning. Promotes and provides for continuing education
Actively participates in the quality improvement process which may
include maintaining and operating physical therapy equipment safely
and in accordance with established indications, facility and
manufacturer procedure for operations. Responsible for outcome
input. Responsible to continually improve clinical outcomes and
patient satisfaction. May assist in utilization review audits.
May assist manager with department operational oversight (e.g.,
schedules, mentoring, supplies, equipment, department budgets).
Actively participates in program development and marketing
strategies to enhance the physical therapy programs referral base
and development of department goals.Posting Specifics
- Schedule: PRN, as needed during the day.
- Will consider new graduates with interest in obtaining
experience and certification and a plan to do so.
- Current state Physical Therapist license.
- Basic Life Support (BLS) for healthcare providers.
- Basic Computer skills.
- Exceptional interpersonal and communication skills.
- Clinical background experience in a healthcare setting.
- Possess skill sets and experience with target population of job
setting.#LI-SM1Physical Requirements:Carrying, Hearing/Listening,
Lifting, Manual Dexterity, Pulling/Pushing, Seeing, Speaking,
Squatting/Kneeling, Standing, and Walking.Location:Bear River
Valley HospitalWork City:TremontonWork State:UtahScheduled Weekly
Hours:0The salary range for this position is:$38.65 - $57.94For a
description of Intermountain's employment benefits, clickHERE.
Keywords: Intermountain Healthcare, Ogden , Physical Therapist/Pelvic Health Specialist, Healthcare , Tremonton, Utah
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