JobID :21432Location :Fox Chase Cancer Ctr - AOH, , , PM&RFull/Part-Time :Full-TimeRegular/Temporary:RegularJob Family:Clinical Services Position Description
Job Summary- The Physical Therapist plans, evaluates and treats patients related to theirphysical therapy needs, utilizing a holistic approach to achieve the patient'smaximum functional capabilities within a clinical (inpatient and outpatient) setting.Participates in established physical therapy programs including patient care andeducation. Evaluates and treats patients and establishes and/or implementscomprehensive discharge plans. Directs support personnel within the scope ofpractice. Must be interested in working in the Pelvic floor program.Education- Masters Degree : Accredited Physical Therapy program (Required)- Doctorate Degree : Accredited Physical Therapy program (Preferred)- Combination of relevant education and experience may be considered in lieu ofdegree.Licenses & Certifications- PT-LIC - PA Physical Therapist License (Required)- BLS - Basic Life Support (Required)Lymphedema Certified (Required)Experience- 2 Years experience in a Physical Therapy setting (Required)
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Temple Health's leadership is building on its rich history as one of Philadelphia's leading academic medical centers while transforming it into a nationally renowned, top-tier medical institution. In just the last year, world-recognized clinicians, researchers and academicians have joined the organization in key leadership positions. We have launched advanced clinical endeavors such as our Robotic Surgery Program. Our School of Medicine has opened a strong regional campus at St. Luke's University Health Network in Bethlehem, PA. We've expanded our clinical sites to include a new outpatient office in Oaks, PA and others that will open soon. And we've enhanced the care on our Broad Street campus with investments like that in the new patient-focused Ambulatory Surgery Center. With our new programs, research and faculty, this is one of the most dynamic periods in Temple Health's history.