Physical Therapist

Interim Healthcare Johnstown , PA 15901

Posted 2 months ago

  • Qualified applicants may send a resume directly to jsager@interim-health.com for immediate consideration.

Working at Interim HealthCare means a career unlike any other. With integrity at the center of all we do, we know that when we support you and your community, you'll change lives every day.

What we offer:

  • Competitive compensation, benefits, and incentives.

  • Truly flexible scheduling - a dedication to work/life balance.

  • A team environment with a focus on community service.

Are you:

  • A natural caregiver that wants to help others, no matter the setting?
  • A team player that loves an independent work environment?
  • A connector who lives to bring out the very best in people?
  • Honest, positive, and reliable - the one that all of your friends count on?

Our Physical Therapists (PTs) provide in-home rehabilitative and chronic disease management programs. The PT provides in-home service based on the patient's plan of care and educates patient and family members in rehabilitative care and activities necessary to promote health, safety, and independent living.

What you'll do:

  • Evaluate and treat patients suffering from physical disability or lack of mobility due to injury, disease, or surgery in a home care environment.

  • Establish and administer a treatment plan using exercises, stretching, manual therapy, and equipment to manage patients' pain and increase mobility.

  • Collaborate with other providers servicing your client(s) to reach the best possible patient outcomes.

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Job Requirements

  • Education: Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) required.

  • Licensure: Current unrestricted license to practice as a Physical Therapist (PT) in the state associated with this position.

  • Current CPR/AED/BLS/First Aid certification.

  • Valid state-issued driver's license, automobile insurance, and reliable transportation; willingness to travel.

  • One (1) year of professional experience practicing as a Physical Therapist (PT) in a home health or similar setting.

Company Overview

At Interim HealthCare Home Care, our patients deserve the very best - that's why we focus on each individual's needs in the comfort and dignity of their home. Through nursing, personal care, therapy, case management, and countless specialized services, we bring quality care where it's needed most. We're called to care so that family members can be just that.

Interim HealthCare and all of our affiliates are proud to be equal opportunity employers. We don't discriminate on the basis of race, gender, religion, physical disability or any other classification protected under local, state or federal law.

Interim HealthCare is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Each Interim HealthCare location is independently owned and operated. 2019 Interim HealthCare Inc.

Other Info

  • Job City: Johnstown

  • Job State: PA

  • Employee Type: Part Time

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