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Responsibilities:

The
Occupational Therapists (OT)
overall responsibility is to manage the care of the resident/resident, managing quality of all related outcomes. The OTA participates as an integral part of the interdisciplinary team, manages resources to meet the needs of the resident/resident and related customers balancing outcomes and cost effective and efficient treatment.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Provides and directs resident/resident rehabilitation care within all general accepted practice methods, meeting all center, state, federal, and accrediting standards.
  • Evaluates residents/resident needs and establishes effective and efficient treatment plans for the resident/residents assigned.
  • Manages and coordinates the supervision of treatment plans with all staff and other disciplines as indicated.
  • Participates in the screening of all residents according to directed schedules and practices.
  • Provides feedback to the designated supervisor on all clinical and rehabilitation issues.
  • Participates in all center directed processes and services.
  • Shows effective management of treatment and non-treatment related activities.
  • Performs necessary clinical documentation to meet center, state, federal, and accrediting agency requirements.
  • Maintains complete, accurate and timely billing records to meet center, state, federal, and accrediting agency requirements
  • Assists with marketing efforts as directed.
  • Participates in in-service training programs as requested
  • May travel to other facilities to provide services
  • Qualifications

    Position Requirements:

    • Masters Degree in Occupational Therapy
    • Current and Active Occupational Therapy license within the state of operations
    • Prefer-experience/knowledge in older adult rehabilitation.
    • Prefer knowledge in governmental and regulatory guidelines in designated healthcare setting

    Shift

    All Shifts

    License Required / Type

    PT


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