In this role, the selected candidate will be responsible for using our Point of Care documentation system, you will provide real time patient information to be shared with case managers, physicians, family members and the entire interdisciplinary team.
The Physical Therapist II NICU will evaluate and treat patients within the Neonatal Intensive Care environment, as a member of the multidisciplinary team, in a manner that is cost-effective and appropriate to the patient's diagnosis, age and culture.
In this role, you will provides, directs and supervises all aspects of quality patient care, including but not limited to; screening, evaluation and treatment, treatment planning, goal setting, family education and documentation in order to assure the best outcome possible for the patient.
In this role, you will evaluate patients and interprets evaluation findings to determine the nature and extent of dysfunction. Implements the treatment program through direct treatment of the patient, may delegate a portion of the treatment plan to appropriate supportive personnel, and coordination of the treatment plan with other health care personnel as appropriate.
In this role, you will be responsible to provides physical therapy evaluation, assessment, prognosis, treatment and education as prescribed by qualified medical practitioner in accordance with the physical therapy practice act.
In this role, you will implement the treatment program through direct treatment of the patient, may delegate a portion of the treatment plan to appropriate supportive personnel, and coordination of the treatment plan with other health care personnel as appropriate.
The Physical Therapist evaluates and treats residents, under orders from a physician, through the use of a variety of therapeutic procedures designed to restore loss of muscle strength, coordination and body alignment, to relieve pain and to improve movement and function.
The Physical Therapist organizes and conducts physical therapy programs in the hospital, schools, and contracting agencies to restore function and prevent disability following disease, injury, or loss of a body part; helps patient reach his maximum performance and assume a place in society while learning to live within the limits of his/her capabilities.