Physical Therapy - Physical Therapist PRN
The Physical Therapist is a licensed professional responsible for evaluating, planning, and implementing physical therapy to the residents and the community as prescribed by the attending physician. The Physical Therapist works as a member of an interdisciplinary rehabilitation team, which oversees each resident’s physical therapy and restorative plan of care.
Graduate of a state-approved School of Physical Therapy accredited by the American Physical Therapy Association
Two years of long term care or rehabilitation center experience preferred. Outpatient therapy experience may be considered if practice included medical/surgical patients.
Licensed as a Physical Therapist in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania
CPR certification strongly preferred and encouraged
Essential Duties and Responsibilities
1. Performs a comprehensive evaluation of residents/patients by applying diagnostic and prognostic muscle, nerve, joint, and functional ability tests
2. Develops the plan of care cooperatively with the physician, resident/patient, family and other team members with revisions made based on patient condition
3. Provides therapeutic actions to relieve pain and/or develop or restore/regain maximum independence
4. Instructs residents/patients, families, nurses, and nursing assistants in the total physical therapy program including transfer activities, ambulation skills, exercise program, the proper and safe use of prosthetic and/or HEP maintenance program
5. Plans with the resident/patient, family, rehabilitation members, and nursing for discharge
6. Establishes and implements restorative/maintenance Range of Motion and walking programs in conjunction with nursing, and assists nursing with evolving changes in restorative programs
7. Supervises Physical Therapy Assistant(s) in the implementation of the treatment plan
8. Conducts screening of residents at regular intervals to determine the need for intervention/treatment
9. Documents results of assessment, treatment, follow-up, discharge, and billing notes in an accurate, timely manner in accordance with Standards of Practice, state and federal regulations, and policies/procedures
10. Commits to high ethical standards and complies with the Code of Conduct, state and federal regulations, accreditation standards and Concordia policies and procedures. Maintains confidentiality of resident and employee records and information. Has a duty to report compliance concerns, significant legal risk questions, fraud, abuse, suspected or actual misconduct to a supervisor/manager or to the Corporate Compliance Officer.
403(b)/401(k) Retirement Plan
Paid Life Insurance Policy
Direct Deposit, Pay Card, Paperless Pay Checks
Tuition Reimbursement Program
Good Working Conditions
Excellent Staffing Ratios
Vacation, Sick & Personal Days
Discounted Child Care Services on the Cabot Campus
Voluntary Benefits, including: STD, Supplemental Life Insurance, Cancer Insurance, Accident Insurance
On the job training
Employee Assistance Program
Education Seminars and In-services
Employee Activities (amusement parks, professional sporting events, special events)
Tax Sheltered Annuities
Discounted Meal Plans
Benefits and Wages may vary based on facility location.
Minimum hours worked per week/status may be required for certain benefit eligibility.
- Pay Type Hourly
- Concordia of Monroeville SNF 4363 Northern Pike Monroeville, PA, 4363 Northern Pike, Monroeville, Pennsylvania, United States of America