Travel Physical Therapist
Currently looking for a Physical Therapist to fill a 13 week travel assignment in Virginia. Interested candidates should have experience in a Skilled Nursing setting and have a current state PT license.
Benefits of the Travel Physical Therapist
· Excellent Health insurance 1st of the month after starting
· 401k after 30 days
· CEU Reimbursements
· Guaranteed hours on most travel assignments
· 24/7 support
· Nationwide travel assignments available
· Tax Advantage program
· Furnished housing or a housing allowance will be provided on every travel assignment. (Local Travel does not qualify for housing or per-diem.)
· Rental Cars can be provided for certain assignments.
· Mileage paid to/from assignment.
Responsibilities of the Travel Physical Therapist
· Screen, examine and evaluate residents, including history, systems review, applications of appropriate tests and measure and interpret findings in order to establish a diagnosis, identify impairments, determine the predicted level of improvement and time required to achieve it, identify precautions and design a plan of care.
· Develop appropriate treatment goals and methods in collaboration with the resident and caregivers, implement the treatment plan and complete all related documentation required for those services.
· Attend and contribute to resident care, staff conferences and other related meetings.
· Consult with and make referrals to other disciplines, agencies in order to address the comprehensive needs of the resident.
· Provide exceptional customer service: ensure that resident and families receive the highest quality of service in caring and compassionate environment.
Requirements of the Travel Physical Therapist
· Graduate of an accredited Physical Therapy program
· Must have a valid professional license by discipline for state
· Must have a current state driver’s license and current automobile insurance.
· Exceptional patient service skills and ability to demonstrate clinical excellence
· Passionate about post-acute rehabilitation and the older adult population
· Ability to relate and interact positively, effectively and appropriately with residents, family, professional and facility staff