Mercy Medical Center Clinton Physical Therapist-Home Care-Full-TIme- Eddy Visiting Nurse&Rehab-Saratoga County! in Eddy Visiting Nurse and Rehab Association - Troy, New York
Physical Therapist-Full-Time- Saratoga
Eddy Visiting Nursing and Rehabilitation Association, a member of St. Peter’s Health Partners, has an exciting opportunity for a Full-Time Physical Therapist for the Saratoga region to join its team of dedicated healthcare providers. Enjoy excellent colleagues and strong system support in a rewarding environment.
Advancement: Strong orientation program, generous tuition allowance and career development
Work/Life: Positions and shifts to accommodate all schedules
What you will do:
- The Physical Therapist is responsible for managing a caseload of patients requiring home-based therapy, primarily post-acute or subacute.
Promotes/provides physical therapy services in the home to assist the patient in achieving his/her optimal level of functioning.
Evaluates and treats individuals with functional deficits secondary to neurologic, orthopedic and medical conditions.
Work schedule is Monday to Friday. Weekend rotation: Every 10 weeks and one holiday per year. Flexible work schedule.
What you will need:
Graduate of an approved Physical Therapy program with a Bachelor of Science, Master’s degree or Clinical Doctorate of physical therapy degree.
Current NYS PT license and registration
Minimum one year of experience
Home care experience preferred, but not required
Based on populations served, the English language has been selected as the designated language for work within St. Peter’s Health Partners. All employees are expected to communicate effectively in English to effectively address the needs of our patient population, promote efficiency within an emergency or other situations in which workers must speak a common language to promote safety or cooperative work assignments.
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