Wabasha, MN 55981
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Schedule Weekly Hours:40
1. Works with patients and families to examine, evaluate, diagnose, prognose, and intervene to insure optimal outcomes. Also consults and educates the patient and other care-givers as needed.
2. The physical therapist works with the referring provider and other clinical staff in providing optimal care of the patient through appropriate timely methods of communication including, but not limited to, complete and accurate patient chart notes and face-to-face consultations.
3. Interacts and practices in collaboration with a variety of professions, communicates value of physical therapy services.
4. Responsible for completing documentation according to established departmental standards to enhance effective patient care and proper reimbursement.
5. The physical therapist works with assistive staff in providing optimal care for the patient through supervised delegation of appropriate patient care duties as allowed by state and federal law.
6. Meets standards of practice according to federal, state, and professional association guidelines. Maintains and achieves proficiency in departmental competencies.
7. Teaches and counsels individuals, families, groups, and community.
8. The physical therapist works with other interested parties in education, research and quality improvement of services.
9. Participates in departmental and multidisciplinary review of process, treatment, or systems issues for quality improvement initiatives.
10. Pursues relevant educational opportunities to maintain or enhance professional knowledge and meet departmental needs.
11. The physical therapist, to the best of her/his capabilities and talents, works with other Gundersen Health System personnel in fulfilling the mission and vision statements of the organization.
12. Will be involved in coordinating and overseeing physical therapy student education.
13. Will be involved in Physical Therapist orientation to various sites and/or programs.
14. Performs other job-related duties as assigned.
Education and Learning:
Bachelor's degree in Physical Therapy from an American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) approved curriculum in Physical Therapy
Master's degree in Physical Therapy or a Doctorate in Physical Therapy.
Advanced training in a specialized area of Physical Therapy.
Completed a Physical Therapy residency program.
No experience required.
1 year of experience in a related field.
License and Certifications:
Physical Therapist (PT) licensed in the state(s) of practice
Current Infant-Adult Basic Life Support for Health Care Providers (with hands on learning) from one of the following programs; American Heart Association or American Red Cross.
Board certification in one of eight specialty areas of physical therapy: Cardiovascular and Pulmonary, Clinical Electrophysiology, Geriatrics, Neurology, Orthopaedics, Pediatrics, Sports, and Women's Health through the American Physical Therapy Association - American Board of Physical Therapy Specialties (APTA-ABPTS)Board Certified Athletic Trainer (ATC) by the National Athletic Trainers' Association (NATA-BOC)
Age Specific Population Served:
Infant (less than 1 year)
Pediatric (1 - 12 years)
Adolescent (13 - 17 years)
Adult (18 - 64 years)
Geriatric (65 years & older)
Category I - All Employees in this job title have a reasonably anticipated risk of occupational exposure to blood and/or other potentially infectious materials.
Subject to outside environmental conditions.
Subject to hazards.
Exposed to infectious diseases.
Required to function in narrow aisles or passageways.
Subject to atmospheric conditions.
Physical Requirements/Demands Of The Position:
Sitting Frequently (34-66% or 5.5 hours)
Static Standing Frequently (34-66% or 5.5 hours)
Walking/Standing Frequently (34-66% or 5.5 hours)
Stooping/Bending Frequently (34-66% or 5.5 hours)
Squatting Occasionally (6-33% or 3 hours)
Kneeling/Half Kneel Occasionally (6-33% or 3 hours)
Climbing Stair Occasionally (6-33% or 3 hours)
Reaching - Below Shoulder Occasionally (6-33% or 3 hours)
Reaching - Above Shoulder Occasionally (6-33% or 3 hours)
Repetitive Actions - Pinch Forces Rarely (1-5% or .5 hours) Pounds of force 0-25
Repetitive Actions - Grip Forces Rarely (1-5% or .5 hours) Pounds of force 0-25
Repetitive Actions - Fine Manipulation Frequently (34-66% or 5.5 hours)
Lifting - Other Occasionally (6-33% or 3 hours) Number of lbs 25-50
Carrying - Long Carry (>50 feet) Occasionally (6-33% or 3 hours) Number of lbs 25-50
Carrying - Short Carry Occasionally (6-33% or 3 hours) Number of lbs 25-50
Push/Pull (Static Force) Rarely (1-5% or .5 hours) Number of lbs 25-50
If you need assistance with any portion of the application or have questions about the position, please contact [email protected] or call 608-775-0267
Equal Opportunity Employer