Experienced PTA for great SNF in Holyoke, MA 

Since 1969, Holyoke HealthCare Center has been providing short-term rehabilitation and long-term care in Hampden County. NHC and Holyoke Health Care Center have built their reputations on ethical, quality rehabilitative care with proven patient satisfaction and positive outcomes. We have a flexible approach to health care that is based on Patient Centered Care providing a comfortable environment to deliver compassionate care.

Holyoke HealthCare Center is currently seeking an experienced  physical therapy assistant  for consistent PRN/Part Time hours to add to their team of professionals in providing treatment for inpatients following medically complex, orthopedic, or neurological conditions.

Experienced therapists, flexible scheduling, and excellent pay rates make this a great opportunity for an PTA interested in becoming a part of a caring, innovative, and evidence based outcomes focused rehab team.

Requirements:

– Must have current MA Physical Therapy Assistant license
– Prior Casamba, Matrix & SNF experience a plus
– Must be a team player, flexible, and have a positive attitude

Holyoke HealthCare Center is proud to be part of the NHC National HealthCare Corporation family of communities! National HealthCare Corporation is recognized nationwide as an innovator in the delivery of quality long-term care. Our goal is to provide a full range of extended care services, designed to maximize the well-being and independence of patients of all ages. We are dedicated to meeting patient needs through an interdisciplinary approach combining compassionate care with cost-effective health care services.

The NHC environment is one of encouragement and challenge … innovation and improvement … teamwork and collaboration … and honesty and integrity. All NHC employees are committed as partners, not only to the health of our patients, but to the well-being of the communities we serve.

If you are interested in working for a leader in senior care, share NHC’s values of honesty and integrity, and have a heart for the geriatric patient, please apply today and find out more about us at nhccare.com/locations/holyoke/

We look forward to talking with you!!

EOE


PHYSICAL THERAPIST – PRN

NHC Dickson is in need of an experienced PT to join this busy rehab team.  The center is a 190 bed skilled nursing facility west of Nashville, with a large well equipped rehab department.  The patient population is diverse and the PT for this position would be responsible for evaluation and treatments as well as supervision of PTAs.

Dickson is located only a short drive west of Nashville and has been considered a destination of choice for those wishing for suburban life within an easy distance of Music City.  NHC offers a competitive rates offered for PRN.  If you are interested in working for a leader in senior care since 1971 and share our values of integrity, honesty and professionalism, please apply on-line at nhccare.com/careers

EOE



    Opening for PRN Physical Therapist with Ascension at Home Saint Thomas.  Weekend visits for Start of Care and Evaluations.

    Definition:

    The Physical Therapist supervises and participates in the application of physical therapeutic techniques for the rehabilitation of patients with physical disabilities, injuries, or diseases.

    Line of Authority:

    Director of Therapy Services, Administrator/Director of Services

    Qualifications:

    1. Must be a graduate of a BS or MS level course in physical therapy as accredited by the American Physical Therapy Association.
    2. Must be licensed or registered under the statutes of the state in which the physical therapist will be practicing.
    3. One year’s experience in a supervisory role preferred.
    4. Active member of the state and national Physical Therapy Association preferred.

    Performance Requirements:

    1. Able to transfer, lift and guard patients safely with appropriate assistance.
    2. Able to bend, stoop, squat and lift numerous times daily (70 – 80 lbs) in the care of patients and use of equipment.
    3. Able to carry out fine motor skills with manual dexterity.
    4. Mental acuity and judgment/skills to adequately and safely perform job requirements.
    5. Able to see and hear adequately in order to respond to auditory and visual needs and clinical indications of the patients.
    6. Able to learn, absorb and apply professional training.
    7. Able to organize work procedures, assume responsibility and tactfully supervise others.
    8. Able to speak in a clear, concise voice in order to communicate adequately.
    9. Able to read, write and audit documentation.
    10. Must have reliable personal transportation.

    Specific Responsibilities:

    1. Coordinates and supervises physical therapy services.
    2. Provides physical therapy services as ordered by the referring physician and delegates appropriate portions of the treatment program to the licensed physical therapy assistant.
    3. Instructs the physical therapy staff in their delegated functions including precautions, special problems, contraindications, anticipated progress goals and plan for re-evaluation.
    4. Evaluates, plans and supervises treatments and programs including the establishment of short-term and long-term goals for patients as approved by the physician with periodic re-evaluations.
    5. Maintains patient care records as designated by the HomeCare agency, assuring that third party reimbursement qualifications are met, as well as all state/federal requirements.
    6. Consults with family members, physicians, and other health care professionals, as appropriate.
    7. Participates in in-service training for physical therapy.
    8. Checks for safety, care and cleaning of equipment.
    9. Serves as Utilization Review and/or Advisory Board Member as requested by Administrator/Director.
    10. Contributes to physical therapy related CQI, as requested
    11. Participates in interdisciplinary conferences to maintain continuity of patient care.
    12. Provides physical therapy services in accordance with all NHC HomeCare policies and procedures and state and federal guidelines.
    13. Maintains knowledge base of HomeCare physical therapy procedures and regulations as well as professional standards through attendance at workshops, inservices and individual research and reading.

    Definition:

    The Physical Therapist supervises and participates in the application of physical therapeutic techniques for the rehabilitation of patients with physical disabilities, injuries, or diseases.

    Line of Authority:

    Director of Therapy Services, Administrator/Director of Services

    Qualifications:

    1. Must be a graduate of a BS or MS level course in physical therapy as accredited by the American Physical Therapy Association.
    2. Must be licensed or registered under the statutes of the state in which the physical therapist will be practicing.
    3. One year’s experience in a supervisory role preferred.
    4. Active member of the state and national Physical Therapy Association preferred.

    Performance Requirements:

    1. Able to transfer, lift and guard patients safely with appropriate assistance.
    2. Able to bend, stoop, squat and lift numerous times daily (70 – 80 lbs) in the care of patients and use of equipment.
    3. Able to carry out fine motor skills with manual dexterity.
    4. Mental acuity and judgment/skills to adequately and safely perform job requirements.
    5. Able to see and hear adequately in order to respond to auditory and visual needs and clinical indications of the patients.
    6. Able to learn, absorb and apply professional training.
    7. Able to organize work procedures, assume responsibility and tactfully supervise others.
    8. Able to speak in a clear, concise voice in order to communicate adequately.
    9. Able to read, write and audit documentation.
    10. Must have reliable personal transportation.

    Specific Responsibilities:

    1. Coordinates and supervises physical therapy services.
    2. Provides physical therapy services as ordered by the referring physician and delegates appropriate portions of the treatment program to the licensed physical therapy assistant.
    3. Instructs the physical therapy staff in their delegated functions including precautions, special problems, contraindications, anticipated progress goals and plan for re-evaluation.
    4. Evaluates, plans and supervises treatments and programs including the establishment of short-term and long-term goals for patients as approved by the physician with periodic re-evaluations.
    5. Maintains patient care records as designated by the HomeCare agency, assuring that third party reimbursement qualifications are met, as well as all state/federal requirements.
    6. Consults with family members, physicians, and other health care professionals, as appropriate.
    7. Participates in in-service training for physical therapy.
    8. Checks for safety, care and cleaning of equipment.
    9. Serves as Utilization Review and/or Advisory Board Member as requested by Administrator/Director.
    10. Contributes to physical therapy related CQI, as requested
    11. Participates in interdisciplinary conferences to maintain continuity of patient care.
    12. Provides physical therapy services in accordance with all NHC HomeCare policies and procedures and state and federal guidelines.
    13. Maintains knowledge base of HomeCare physical therapy procedures and regulations as well as professional standards through attendance at workshops, inservices and individual research and reading.

    HIRING FOR VISITS IN GRUNDY COUNTY

    Definition:

    The Physical Therapist supervises and participates in the application of physical therapeutic techniques for the rehabilitation of patients with physical disabilities, injuries, or diseases.

    Line of Authority:

    Director of Therapy Services, Administrator/Director of Services

    Qualifications:

    1. Must be a graduate of a BS or MS level course in physical therapy as accredited by the American Physical Therapy Association.
    2. Must be licensed or registered under the statutes of the state in which the physical therapist will be practicing.
    3. One year’s experience in a supervisory role preferred.
    4. Active member of the state and national Physical Therapy Association preferred.

    Performance Requirements:

    1. Able to transfer, lift and guard patients safely with appropriate assistance.
    2. Able to bend, stoop, squat and lift numerous times daily (70 – 80 lbs) in the care of patients and use of equipment.
    3. Able to carry out fine motor skills with manual dexterity.
    4. Mental acuity and judgment/skills to adequately and safely perform job requirements.
    5. Able to see and hear adequately in order to respond to auditory and visual needs and clinical indications of the patients.
    6. Able to learn, absorb and apply professional training.
    7. Able to organize work procedures, assume responsibility and tactfully supervise others.
    8. Able to speak in a clear, concise voice in order to communicate adequately.
    9. Able to read, write and audit documentation.
    10. Must have reliable personal transportation.

    Specific Responsibilities:

    1. Coordinates and supervises physical therapy services.
    2. Provides physical therapy services as ordered by the referring physician and delegates appropriate portions of the treatment program to the licensed physical therapy assistant.
    3. Instructs the physical therapy staff in their delegated functions including precautions, special problems, contraindications, anticipated progress goals and plan for re-evaluation.
    4. Evaluates, plans and supervises treatments and programs including the establishment of short-term and long-term goals for patients as approved by the physician with periodic re-evaluations.
    5. Maintains patient care records as designated by the HomeCare agency, assuring that third party reimbursement qualifications are met, as well as all state/federal requirements.
    6. Consults with family members, physicians, and other health care professionals, as appropriate.
    7. Participates in in-service training for physical therapy.
    8. Checks for safety, care and cleaning of equipment.
    9. Serves as Utilization Review and/or Advisory Board Member as requested by Administrator/Director.
    10. Contributes to physical therapy related CQI, as requested
    11. Participates in interdisciplinary conferences to maintain continuity of patient care.
    12. Provides physical therapy services in accordance with all NHC HomeCare policies and procedures and state and federal guidelines.
    13. Maintains knowledge base of HomeCare physical therapy procedures and regulations as well as professional standards through attendance at workshops, inservices and individual research and reading.
    Warren and surrounding counties

    PRN Physical Therapist 

    NHC Moulton, located in Lawrence County in Northern Alabama, is in need of a PRN physical therapist. The physical therapist in this position will provide evaluations and treatments to the adult population at NHC Moulton, a 136 bed skilled nursing facility serving the adult inpatients with diverse diagnoses.

    Moulton is a 45 minute drive from Huntsville and is town rich with history and natural beauty, as well as an affordable and comfortable life style. Bordered by Wheeler Lake to the north and Bankhead National Forest to the south, Moulton is an ideal location for the outdoor enthusiast or the casual outdoor observer.

    NHC offers a competitive prn rate.

    To be considered for this position, apply online at nhccare.com

    EOE


    Physical Therapist – prn needed

    Are you ready for an exciting rehab position with a solid leader in senior care?

    NHC Maury Regional Transitional Care Center is in need of a prn PT to serve the growing rehab caseload!  The center’s comprehensive rehab services are a significant part of the concept of total patient management.  Inpatient and outpatient services provide treatment to individual’s with all types of injuries, illnesses and disabilities.  State of the art equipment is used to treat patients in this beautiful facility and expansive rehab gym.

    Columbia is rich in both history and economic growth and neighboring one of the fastest growing areas in TN, Spring Hill.  The town is home to the largest number of restored antebellum and historic homes in the area.

    NHC offers a competitive prn rate and the benefit of working for a leader in senior care since 1971!  Apply for this position on-line at nhccare.com/careers

    EOE


    Physical Therapist  PRN & weekends: Osage Beach

    Join our team at Osage Beach Rehabilitation & HealthCare Center in beautiful Lake of the Ozarks  working weekends & PRN!

    Requirements:
    – must have reliable transportation
    – must have or be eligible for Missouri Physical Therapist license

    NHC has been a leader in the healthcare industry for over 45 years. We know that to have that kind of longevity in this industry we must treat our patients with the utmost care and respect, and the best way to that is to employ the best in the business. We need therapists dedicated to patient care, therapists who are compassionate, understanding, and creative. If you are interested in joining our team, please apply online at NHCcare.com/careers or contact Karen at Karen.Anglin@NHCcare.com

    for more information. We look forward to talking with you!!
    EOE


    Physical Therapist needed: PRN 

    NHC Milan, located in west TN, is a 122 bed skilled nursing facility in need of a PRN Physical Therapist to join this multidisciplinary team. The qualified PT for this position would be responsible for evaluations, treatments and supervision of a full time PTA. The patient population at NHC Milan is diverse and challenging for the new or seasoned therapist.

    If you are looking for a company that shares your values of integrity, honesty and professionalism, look no further. NHC has 47 years of experience in long term care and owns and operates 76 skilled nursing facilities in 9 states.  Competitive rate of pay for prn.

    If you are ready to work for a leader in senior care, apply online at nhccare.com/careers

    EOE