Careers - PT of the city

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Medical Recipantist

Responsibilities and Duties may or may not include the following:

  • Welcoming patients and visitors, answering the telephone and answering any inquiries.
  • Scheduling appointments and keep those appointments on time.
  • Assisting patients with completing necessary forms and documentation.
  • Keeping a clean and calm reception area.
  • Processing billing and payments, using medical software
  • Liaising with Medicare and private health funds
  • Faxing, scanning, filing, and mailing documentation.
  • Comforting distressed patients – this may range from simply fixing any appointment issues that may arise, through to being the voice of comfort during times of extreme stress and emergency.
  • Equipment sterilization and cleaning.
  • Monitoring and ordering stationery and clinical supplies.
  • Booking and organizing staff and doctor meetings.
  • Maintaining information confidentiality at all times.

Physical Therapy

Responsibilities and Duties may or may not include the following:

  • Identify and meet patients’ goals and needs
  • Offer cost-effective treatments that help improve clients’ motion and mobility
  • Reduce the need for medications and provide alternatives to surgery
  • Develop care plans using a variety of treatment techniques
  • Create fitness- and wellness-oriented programs tailored to patients’ specific needs
  • Provide quality, personalized, and evidence-based care and proven interventions
  • Motivate patients during treatment in order to help them function optimally
  • Promote clients’ healthy lifestyles by improving strength, flexibility, balance, and coordination.
  • Consult and practice with other health professionals.
  • Evaluate effects and monitor and communicate progress.
  • Document patient care services.

Physical Therapy Aide

Responsibilities and Duties may or may not include the following:

  • Responsible for calling patients into the treatment from the waiting room
  • Maintains clean facility throughout the day
  • Provides hot pack, ice pack to the Physical Therapist when asked
  • Washing and drying laundry, making sure towels are clean and available
  • Assists patient with Therapeutic exercise programs
  • Works as a team member to make sure patient receives a positive experience
  • Maintains a positive, professional demeanor at all times
  • Keeps safe and orderly work environment
  • Able to answer phone calls and schedule patients as needed
  • Other duties as assigned

Occupational Therapy

Responsibilities and Duties may or may not include the following:

  • Identify and meet patients’ goals and needs
  • Offer cost-effective treatments that help improve clients’ motion and mobility
  • Reduce the need for medications and provide alternatives to surgery
  • Develop care plans using a variety of treatment techniques
  • Create fitness- and wellness-oriented programs tailored to patients’ specific needs
  • Provide quality, personalized, and evidence-based care and proven interventions
  • Motivate patients during treatment in order to help them function optimally
  • Promote clients’ healthy lifestyles by improving strength, flexibility, balance, and coordination.
  • Consult and practice with other health professionals.
  • Evaluate effects and monitor and communicate progress.
  • Document patient care services.

Physical Therapy Assistant

Responsibilities and Duties may or may not include the following:

  • Demonstrate and articulate sound clinical reasoning in treatment planning, implementation, and monitoring of patient progress.
  • Recognize when standard patient protocols or treatment plans need modification to meet individual patient needs & report to the Physical Therapist.
  • Understand the role of therapy in the context of the patient's age, total needs perspective, and environment.
  • Perform age-appropriate advanced competency skills in practice and with respect to individual patients' problems.
  • Assess the learning needs and capabilities of patients and caregivers regarding age, level of understanding & emotional status.
  • Consistently report to Physical Therapist progress/status to allow for update of goals and modification of treatment program.
  • Utilize appropriate methods and materials for effective learning, monitoring response to education, and adapting the program appropriately.

Occupational Therapy Assistant

Responsibilities and Duties may or may not include the following:

  • Demonstrate and articulate sound clinical reasoning in treatment planning, implementation, and monitoring of patient progress.
  • Recognize when standard patient protocols or treatment plans need modification to meet individual patient needs & report to the Occupational Therapist.
  • Understand the role of therapy in the context of the patient's age, total needs perspective, and environment.
  • Perform age-appropriate advanced competency skills in practice and with respect to individual patients' problems.
  • Assess the learning needs and capabilities of patients and caregivers regarding age, level of understanding & emotional status.
  • Consistently report to Occupational Therapist progress/status to allow for update of goals and modification of treatment program.
  • Utilize appropriate methods and materials for effective learning, monitoring response to education, and adapting the program appropriately.