|Salary Range:||$ 74,989 - $104,984 / Per Year|
|Open Period:||8/26/2022 to 12/31/2023|
Our Mission: Accessibility, Quality and Cost Effective Health Care.
Our Vision: A healing and harmonious environment in partnership with communities.
Our Values: Hozhojii doo K'e ( Harmonious Relationships).
Under general supervision of the Chief Physical Therapist, works closely with medical staff, ancillary staff, and community health workers in delivering optimal health care interventions. Provides physical therapy services, including direct patient care, consultation and staff education. Uphold the principles of WIHCC's Vision, Mission, and Value Statements. Maintains confidentiality of all privileged information at all times.
|Duties:||Essential Duties & Responsibilities: • Maintains regular attendance and punctuality. • Assesses, plans and carries out treatment interventions, patient education and discharge plans for a variety of outpatient situations; plans and carries out physical therapy for general and surgical patients. • Participates/assists in education programs. • Instructs patients regarding physical limitations of the muscle and bones following surgery or impairment. • Teaches exercises and movements to be performed by patients to prevent occurrence or re-occurrence of injuries or to lessen impact of injuries. • Develops treatment plans and adaptations of equipment as necessary. • Performs and interprets results of tests and measurements of patient's condition for use in preparing the treatment plan, modifying treatment and evaluating result of treatment. • Performs complex procedures, determines kind and degree of muscle reactions to test, and interprets results of tests. • Records progress of patients in the electronic health record, complying with AAAHC and CMS standards for documentation and coding. • Assesses continuing patient care needs and updates treatment plans and protocols/ procedures as necessary. • Provides consultation and evaluation physical therapy services, within their scope of practice, to physicians, other providers, nursing and other professionals at the service unit using tact, professional judgment and ethical conduct. • Provides direct supervision to support staff, volunteers, and physical therapy students as indicated. • Follows the intent of the APTA's|
|Qualifications:||Requires at least a Bachelor's Degree in Physical Therapy from an accredited program with three years of experience. Possess a valid, current, unrestricted license to practice as a physical therapist in Arizona. If candidate is a Commissioned Officer (CO) of the USPHS, must possess a valid, current, unrestricted license to practice as a physical therapist in any state within the United States, District of Columbia, or the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico. Bilingual skills in English and Navajo language preferred. Must maintain a valid unrestricted and insurable driver's license. Must successfully pass a background investigation and maintain suitable requirements for a Child Care position. This position is considered as a Child Care position, which requires a satisfactory background check investigation and is subject to the requirements of the Indian Child Protection and Family Violence Prevention Act, as amended (henceforth referred as the ICPFVP Act).|
|Work Type:||Permanent, Full|
|Who May Apply?||All Groups of Qualified Individuals|
|Get Details & Apply:||https://www.wihcc.com/job-announcements.html|
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