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Employment Type:
Full time
Posted:
12/17/2016
Job Category:
Physical Therapy
Physical Therapist Assistant
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Degree Required

Education: Minimum Associate's degree in physical therapy from an accredited institution offering training in this specialty, plus a supervised clinical internship to prepare for professional licensing. Must complete examination with scores required to obtain licensure. Must have a current license to practice physical therapy assisting in the State of Arkansas. Training and Experience: One to three months on-the job training to learn department procedures. Job Knowledge: Must be able to perform job duties of a registered physical therapist assistant and those general duties specific to the Rehabilitative Services Department. Must be able to function in a professional manner with minimal direct supervision. Responsible for maintaining standards of patient care in accordance with hospital regulations, policies and procedures as established for physical therapy. Confers with the physical therapist and medical staff regarding policies and procedures pertaining to the care of their patients in this area. Supervises therapy aides. Must exhibit good rapport with other departments and nursing staff to enhance the quality of patient care. Active in continuous quality improvement studies. Assists with securing and maintaining equipment needed for procedures, charging, and scheduling.

About white county medical center

White County Medical Center is committed to the continuous improvement of quality patient care; the provision of care at reasonable prices; and the maintenance of an adequate margin for reinvestment in new technology, facility improvements, human resources, and a leadership role for positive change in the healthcare environment.