What you'll do:

-Perform comprehensive Physical Therapy evaluations, using standardized tests to determine patients' needs for therapy.

-Use your clinical judgment to develop and implement relevant treatment plans aligned with physician orders.

-Develop home exercise programs in partnership with patients' caregivers.

-Act as a vital member of your patients' medical neighborhoods, collaborating and coordinating care between various providers and disciplines.

-Complete a minimum number of patient visits on a weekly basis as required by the agency.

-Meet deadlines for completion of patient chart updates, progress summaries, call logs, and all other paperwork as needed.

-Meet with agency personnel as necessary to maintain understanding of expectations and standards related to delivering high-quality patient care.

-Perform all duties in compliance with agency policies and procedures.

-Adhere to all rules, regulations, codes of ethics, guidelines and federal, state and local laws applicable to home-health pediatric physical therapy.


What you'll need:

-A current/active license to practice Physical Therapy in the state of Texas.

-An innovative spirit complemented by a demonstrated history of reliability.

-Flexibility to shift resources and priorities as necessary, based on the needs of the business.

-Ability to use common workplace technology .

Bonus points for:

-3+ years as a pediatric Physical Therapist

-Experience in a home-health setting.

-Specialty Certifications



-Paid time off for full-time and part-time employees.

-Medical/Dental/Vision insurance for full-time and part-time employees.

-Access to innovative, relevant continuing education opportunities delivered in person and on-demand.

-Mileage reimbursement for travel between patient visits.

-Company-issued laptop computer.

-Company-sponsored 401k program.

Job Details:

Posted Date : 2022-04-21

Expiry Date : 2022-07-21

Job type : Part Time

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