Pediatric Physical Therapy PT Jobs
We also typically require PT job applicants to do the following:
- Completes a minimum number of visits as defined by the agency
- Perform in-depth patient evaluations, develop treatment plans and implement those plans in accordance with physician’s orders
- Instruct patients, their families and other health team members in therapy procedures
- Report pertinent observations and reactions, regarding changes in patient status, to the appropriate team person
- Maintain the patient’s medical record in accordance with agency standards along with completing and submitting patient records in a timely fashion
- Participate in patient care conferences and communicate with the other home health team members to facilitate the coordination of patient care
- Supervise PT assistant(s) to accomplish the prescribed treatment plan
- Participate in staff development and in-service education to learn about new treatments, procedures, developmental skills, etc.
- Comply with agency procedures and policies, rules, regulations, code of ethics, guidelines, and codes in federal, state, and local laws concerning the practice of physical therapy.
- Staff may be required to meet with supervisors, staffing personnel, technical support staff, or other supporting team members as needed to maintain patient care and therapy standards.
- Incidental time is a part of a physical therapist’s job and may also include, patient chart updates, notes and call logs, performance reviews, supervisory meetings, and drive time to the patient’s home.
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