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Employment Type:
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Posted:
2/20/2019
Job Category:
Physical Therapy
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Lymphedema Certified Physical Therapist
Henry Mayo Newhall Memorial Hospital | Valencia, California
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Job Description

Job Summary:

This experienced Lymphedema Physical Therapist will join our fast growing team. This individual will assist with and have strong knowledge in maintaining industry standards through research, investigation, and implementation of best practice evaluation and treatment for the lymphedema patient. In addition, they will utilize evidence based cared models to evaluate and treat patients with oncology related diagnoses and general physical therapy diagnosis and conditions. Our outpatient clinics are searching for PT's with a passion for improving the quality of life for our patients and promoting wellness. Team collaboration and strong clinical reasoning are also necessary. We have a highly experienced staff with low turnover and a commitment to specialty services through mentorship and continuing education.

Certification:

* Licensed as a Physical Therapist in California.

Lymphedema certification preferred.

Experience:

* 1 year in outpatient lymphedema setting preferred, though new grads with clinical experience welcome to apply.

Position is for Rehab Services and is contracted.

Candidates please contact John Adam, (661) 200-1451 or send resume to adamjp@henrymayo.com .

About Henry Mayo Newhall Memorial Hospital

In keeping with Henry Mayo Newhall Memorial Hospital's mission to improve the health of our community, we are offering the latest bone density diagnostic technologies to benefit the physicians of our community as well as their patients. Bone loss in women tends to begin at age 35 and the incidence of osteoporosis is expected to double by 2020. One-third to onehalf of postmenopausal women are affected by osteoporosis. This means 45,000 women in the Santa Clarita Valley will benefit from a bone density screening. All women 50 years and older should schedule a comprehensive skeletal scan for possible bone loss. With the decline of HRT postmenopausal women are at a higher risk than ever. The hospital has the GE Lunar Prodigy, a tool that measures bone mineral density, including dual hip and spine as well as peripheral sites including the wrist, forearm and heel. It is a comprehensive tool for accurate diagnostic studies of the scanned anatomy. Most insurance companies reimburse for this exam and Medicare generally pays for this test every two years, or annually under certain treatment circumstances. The other tool that is being offered is the Lunar Achilles bone ultrasonometer. The Achilles is an accurate screening tool which utilizes ultrasound scanning of the heel and delivers results that indicate an overall fracture risk.

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