Are you looking for a career that gives you a work life balance and allows you to make an impact in someone else’s life? Does the work you do every day matter to you? At Circle of Care Pediatric Home Health, the work our therapists do creates value in the homes of the children and families that we serve. You can make a difference every day. We are looking for a dedicated and passionate Physical Therapist to join our team.
What makes us different?
- Dedicated support from the corporate office, even after hours.
- The organization is run by a therapist, so we understand the challenges you go through daily.
- Mentor program, whether you are a new grad, or an experienced Physical Therapist we can pair you with an amazing therapist to help you succeed.
- Flexible schedule, we understand that a work-life balance is important for our Physical Therapists to give their absolute best.
- Condensed caseload, let us know the areas you are willing to service.
- Prepare an assessment of the patient’s condition and periodic evaluations and summaries, develops a plan of care and problem list, and writes clinical/progress notes on the date of the visit and incorporates the same in the patient’s record.
- Participates in the development and periodic revision of the physician’s plan of treatment
- Assists the physician in evaluating patient’s by applying diagnostic and prognostic muscle, nerve, joint and functional ability tests.
- Treats patients to relieve pain and/or develop or restore function to maintain maximum performance.
- Records and reports to the physician the patient’s reaction to treatment and/or any changes in the patient’s condition.
- Instructs the family in the patients total physical therapy program, to include the use of prosthetic, orthotic, and assistive devices (canes, wheelchairs, etc.).
- Health Insurance 100% employer paid at base level for the employee
- Dental and vision insurance
- Therapy License Renewal reimbursement
- $300 in annual CEU reimbursement
- Annual Auto and Cell/data allowance
- 10 PTO days a year
- Graduate of a physical therapy school approved by: The American Physical Therapy Association; or The Council on Medical Education of Hospitals for the American Medical Association
- Licensed or registered by the state of Texas
- One (1) year institutional experience, preferred
- The physical therapist reports directly to the Director of Rehabilitation/Clinical Director
- Valid license to provide treatment in the State of Texas
- Valid state driver’s license
- Read 12 point or larger type
- Hear and speak in a manner understood by most people
- Stoop and bend; must be able to lift and transfer patients
- Hear adequately with no more than an amplifier on the phone, and to speak in a manner understood by most people.
- Write up to 3 hours per day
- Lift, turn, and transfer patient’s weighing up to 200 pounds
- Carry bundles weighing up to 10 pounds up stairs
- Lift and stoop effectively so as to be able to perform the listed responsibilities
- Able to work in stressful environments
- Able to assess and communicate with Health Care Professionals, clients, families, and the general public
- Excellent interpersonal relations skills
- Excellent organizational skills
- Ability to work independently and under supervision