Aspirus At Home is growing and adding to their Therapy Team! Join us as a Physical Therapist and provide compassionate home health care to patients in Medford, Wisconsin. While specific tasks may vary among departments, general responsibilities include:
· Provides evaluation utilizing tests/measures to arrive at clinical assessment of patient's condition.
· Processes information gathered during the evaluation to establish an appropriate treatment plan.
· Establishes the treatment plan in accordance with the needs of specific age groups in terms of their physical and motor development, psychosocial development and intellectual/language development.
· Performs ongoing re-evaluation of patient's response to treatment, determining appropriate modifications and timely discharge.
· Clinically trains and supervises aide and Physical Therapist Assistant (PTA) in carrying out treatment plan.
· Provides adequate documentation for purposes of justifying reimbursement to third party payers, establishing baseline data and subsequent progress, and recording of treatment.
· Communicates to other therapists and health professionals regarding patient status and progress.
· Clinical oversight of CNA's delivery of care which may include assignment of duties and/or assurance of safe and effective delivery of care.
· Contributes to the Home Health Quality assessment and/or Performance Improvement Process.
Location: This position covers the Medford territory but can be flexible based on patient needs and your location.
Our ideal candidate will possess the following skills:
· Experience in general practice of physical therapy with experience in area of specialization beneficial but not required.
· Current Wisconsin licensure to practice Physical Therapy required.
· Current CPR certification or obtained within 90 days of hire.
· Possesses and maintains a valid Wisconsin Driver's License required.
· Possesses automobile liability insurance with $100,000/$300,000 coverage required, or $300,000 combined single-limit liability.
· Knowledge of physical therapy standards and practices normally acquired through completion of a minimum of a Bachelor's Degree in Physical Therapy from a school of Physical Therapy accredited by the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA).