The University of Kansas Hospital - Therapy & Rehab Careers

Physical Therapist Job

Facility: KU MedWest

Department: KUPI ORTHOSURG PT

Schedule: PRN

Shift: Days

Hours: Variable

Work among the best. Be part of the interdisciplinary team that is the hallmark of an academic medical center. The Rehabilitation Services Department includes Occupational and Physical Therapy, Therapeutic Recreation and Speech-Language Pathology. Our professionals provide a broad range of services to our varied patient population with special focus on prevention, preservation, and restoration of mobility, fitness, activities of daily living, communication, cognition, and swallowing. In addition to being the best place to work, the hospital offers very competitive wages and an outstanding benefit package.

We currently have an opening for a Physical Therapist II.

Responsibilities:

Evaluates patient using appropriate techniques with consideration for the patient's physical, psychosocial, developmental/maturation status and cultural needs.

Develops and implements treatment program for patient.

Communicates with physician and other healthcare staff concerning patient's status and continued services.

Documents evaluation, progress and discharge notes of patient.

Supervises Physical Therapy Assistants and Technicians.

Requirements:

Bachelor's degree in Physical Therapy.

Current Kansas license to practice Physical Therapy.

At least four years paid professional experience.

Leadership of Interdisciplinary Team or demonstrate excellence in at least 3 of the areas below as defined in the Rehabilitation Services Clinical Ladder: Clinical Educator, Management Apprentice, Implements new product line, Certification/Specialty recognition, State or National committee involvement, Additional graduate coursework

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