Physical Therapist-Rensselaer County - Full-Time
Eddy Visiting Nursing and Rehabilitation Association, a member of St. Peter's Health Partners, is seeking a full-time physical therapist for the Rensselaer County region to join its team of dedicated healthcare providers. Enjoy excellent colleagues and strong system support in a rewarding environment.
What you will do:
Quality of Life: Where career opportunities and quality of life converge
Advancement: Strong orientation program, generous tuition allowance and career development
- The Physical Therapist is responsible for managing a caseload of patients requiring home-based therapy, primarily post-acute or subacute.
What you will need:
- Promotes/provides physical therapy services in the home to assist the patient in achieving his/her optimal level of functioning.
- Evaluates and treats individuals with functional deficits secondary to neurologic, orthopedic and medical conditions.
- Care for one patient at a time. Once trained, enjoy the independence of starting and ending your day from home, Be on the front-line of the transitions in health care from inpatient settings to the community - home health care is the future!
- Work schedule is Monday through Friday.
Care for one patient at a time.
- Graduate of an approved Physical Therapy program with a Bachelor of Science, Master's degree or Clinical Doctorate of physical therapy degree.
- Current NYS PT license and registration
- Minimum one year of experience working with adult and/or geriatric population
- Home care experience preferred, but not required
Once trained, enjoy the independence of starting and ending your day from home,
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