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> PT wanted in St. Petersburg, FL, Full time and part time positions availa

Matt Parker
post May 27 2005, 11:03 AM
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Physical Therapist
St. Petersburg/Tampa Florida


Job Summary:

Evaluates and develops specific treatment programs for individual patients/residents based on their needs and in accordance with the principles and practices of physical therapy. Responsible for providing the appropriate level of clinical direction for physical therapy assistants, rehab technicians, massage therapists, fitness specialists, and volunteers.

A plus if licensed, but will consider license eligible. BS in related field required. Pay ranges from $22-$45/hr dependent upon experience. Flexible work schedules available.


Specific Skills:

Customer Service
Organizational Skills
Written and verbal communication
Work independently with minimal supervision
Teamwork

Job Specific Functions:

Patient Care:

1. Reviews the medical record. Performs an evaluation of the physical, psychosocial, and cognitive needs of the patient.
2. Determines a plan of treatment to maximize functional return to home and work-related activities of daily living for the patient and monitors response to treatment.
3. Provides an intervention based on patient needs, physical capabilities, cognition, age level and interests.
4. Provides education for patients, family, and significant others when appropriate.
5. Participate in team and family conferences when indicated.

Patient Safety:

1. Verifies patient identification prior to providing services by checking the patient ID band.
2. Washes hands prior to and after patient contact.



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Patrick John A. Tejero
post Jun 18 2005, 01:47 AM
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hi, im a unlicensed PT from the Phils. Where and how could i aplly?
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