Company: Intermountain Healthcare
Posted on: June 2, 2021
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
their caregivers. Scope Demonstrates the knowledge and skills
necessary to provide appropriate physical therapy care to the
following: Neonate, child, adolescent, adult, and geriatric
populations. Job Essentials 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
productivity standards. Maintains appropriate documentation for
each patient in a complete, thorough, and timely manner in
accordance with regulatory, facility, and department requirements.
May assist in p reparing 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 for staff. 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. Additional Job Specifics Needs to be willing to
travel from Riverton to Layton depending on patient volumes.
Minimum Qualifications Current state Physical Therapist license.
Basic Life Support (BLS) for healthcare providers. Preferred
Qualifications Clinical background experience in a healthcare
setting. Possess skill sets and experience with target population
of job setting. Basic Computer skills. Exceptional interpersonal
and communication skills. Exceptional interpersonal and
communication skills. Physical Requirements: Physical Requirements
Carrying, Hearing/Listening, Lifting, Manual Dexterity,
Pulling/Pushing, Seeing, Speaking, Squatting/Kneeling, Standing,
and Walking Location: Bountiful Clinic, Layton Clinic Work City:
Layton Work State: Utah Scheduled Weekly Hours: 40
Keywords: Intermountain Healthcare, Bountiful , Physical Therapist, Other , Bountiful, Utah
Didn't find what you're looking for? Search again!