Vero Beach, FL · Healthcare
Salary in the $65-70,000 range
Comprehensive Benefit and Retirement Programs, flexible scheduling, etc.
This is a direct hire role.
Monday-Friday days, flexible, per diem
Will travel 5 -25 miles and see 7 to 10 patients.
New grads welcome to apply!
Live and Work on the Coast of Florida! Swimming, fishing, boating, parasailing, diving, snorkeling, jet skiing, golf, tennis, geocaching trail, hiking, biking, walking and jogging trails, parks, bird watching, etc.
The ideal candidate will function as a professional member of the patient’s treatment who evaluates, assesses, and delivers services according to a written plan of treatment established by a physician. Provides supervision for all services rendered by Physical Therapy Assistants. Evaluations are performed by peers.
Duties of the Registered Physical Therapist include, but are not limited to:
Provide comprehensive assessment, which may include OASIS data elements to evaluate the patient’s level of physical functioning and need for physical therapy services.
Discuss evaluation with a physician, seek input from patient/caregiver, establish a plan of care to assist patient meet maximum rehabilitation potential.
Carry out prescribed treatments; and /or supervise PTA in carrying out the PT program.
Establish/instruct in a home exercise program (HEP); document instructions on visit notes.
Observe and report to physician pertinent changes in the patient’s level of functioning. Communicate changes to other team members involved in the patient’s care.
Maintain appropriate documentation of all services as per Agency policy.
Conduct a professional manner at all times and in all situations.
Provide Agency with all required evidence, including a copy of license/registration, to
Accept only those assignments for which qualified.
Comply with all State, Federal, Local and Agency rules, regulations, policies and procedures.
Maintain all patient/Agency information in strictest confidence.
Adhere to all policies and procedures including HIPPA.
Respect patient rights, cultural beliefs.
Who Will Be a Great Fit?
Bachelor’s degree from an accredited PT program by the Council on Medical Education of the American Medical Association.
Licensed/registered in the State of Florida as a Physical Therapist.
Minimum of one-year current experience as a Physical Therapist.
Currently licensed in the State of Florida.
At least one year of experience under the supervision of a Registered Physical Therapist.
Multiple opportunities and locations with one of the fastest growing home health organizations in South Florida.