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  • ID
    #51159232
  • Salary
    TBD
  • Source
    Virginia Mason Franciscan Health
  • Date
    2024-03-02
  • Deadline
    2024-05-01
 
Full-time

OverviewVirginia Mason Franciscan Health brings together two award-winning health systems in Washington state, CHI Franciscan and Virginia Mason. As one integrated health system with the most patient access points in western Washington, our team includes 18,000 staff and nearly 5,000 employed physicians and affiliated providers.At Virginia Mason Franciscan Health, you will find the safest and highest quality of care provided by our expert, compassionate medical care team at 11 hospitals and nearly 300 sites throughout the greater Puget Sound region.While you’re busy impacting the healthcare industry, we’ll take care of you with benefits that may include health/dental/vision, FSA, matching retirement plans, paid vacation, adoption assistance, annual bonus eligibility, and more!Sign on bonus availableEducation Loan Forgiveness available for qualifying loansResponsibilitiesJob Summary:As an interdisciplinary team member, conducts physical therapy activities to help patients suffering from injury or disease to restore function, improve mobility, relieve pain, and prevent or limit permanent physical disabilities. Provides and coordinates comprehensive physical therapy care to patients through the proper utilization of evaluation, planning, education, and implementation of a treatment plan in accordance with Physical Therapy Standards of Practice. Work includes indirect patient care activities such as; documentation, scheduling, family training, attendance at rounds, interaction with the Interdisciplinary Team, participation in staff meetings, ordering supplies, and contributing to continuous quality control and performance improvement.Incumbents are also accountable for responding effectively to legal, patient rights, safety, maintenance, and emergency situations; participating in continuing education, staff development, self-directed learning and overseeing the performance of and providing performance feedback of staff, aides, students, volunteers as requested.Essential Job Duties:

Performs patient assessment/data collection, interprets findings and formulates treatment plans.

Implements and updates therapeutic plan of care and treatment based on patient needs throughout patient’s course of care.

Completes all required documentation, in an accurate and thorough manner, of Physical Therapy treatment in accordance with FHS documentation standard.

QualificationsEducation/Work Experience Requirements:Master’s degree from an accredited Physical Therapy Program and completion of Clinical Fieldwork. Knowledge and experience in rehabilitation, orthopedic, medical/surgical settings that demonstrates attainment of the requisite job knowledge skills/abilities preferred.If assigned to the Outpatient Clinic - One year full-time outpatient orthopedic experience preferred within the last three years.If assigned to the Pelvic Floor Program - One year of full-time pelvic floor care experience required within the last three years. Advanced education and training in pelvic floor health issues, including knowledge and expertise in the internal assessment of pelvic floor and biofeedback treatment. Documented pelvic floor specialty continuing education/training within the past three years required including biofeedback coursework and credentialing.Licensure/Certification:

Current Washington State license for Physical Therapy or a Washington State Interim Permit (valid for a maximum 6 months unless an extension is approved by the Department Director).

Current American Heart Association Healthcare Provider BLS certification.

Pay Range$42.72 - $59.45 /hourWe are an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.

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