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Come join us at Johnston-Willis Hospital! As one of the HCA family of hospitals, we have been delivering high-quality healthcare to Greater Richmond and Central Virginia for more than a century. We are a 292 bed facility that offers a full range of healthcare services, with specialties in cancer care and neuroscience at our first-in-Richmond Neuroscience and Gamma Knife Center. Though we're well over a hundred years we've continued stay above the curve, offering patients technological advancements and compassionate patient care. That commitment to quality has led to multiple accolades that every member of the Johnston-Willis family takes a great deal of pride in:
- The Joint Commission has awarded us the Gold Seal of Approval and named us a Top Performer on Key Quality Measures for surgical care, perinatal care, pneumonia, heart attack and hip and knee replacement.
- Johnston-Willis is the first hospital in the US to receive The Joint Commission Gold Seal Certificate of Distinction for Brain Tumor care.
- We are the first non-academic hospital in Virginia to receive the Comprehensive Stroke Certification by DNV-GL Healthcare, the highest level of competence possible for stroke care.
- Our ER is also the only state-authorized Level III Trauma Center in Chesterfield County, which means we can provide fast, skilled care in life's worst moments.
- Evaluates, assesses and sets up a comprehensive physical therapy treatment plan for each new patient according to their age. Assumes responsibilities for assigning appropriate other personnel to duties to carry out the treatment plan in order to reach short term and long term goals.
- Supervises and reassesses patient treatment plans and documents progress in a timely fashion as determined by department policies.
- Reports progress to appropriate personnel and physicians.
- Participates in discharge planning with related health professionals such as Social Services, M.D.'s, and other Rehab personnel. Provides recommendations based on observed evaluation and progress of patients to ensure safe and appropriate discharges.
- Instructs patients in proper use of adaptive equipment such as wheelchairs and crutches and ensures that all persons involved understand instructions.
- Provides and educates patients in appropriate exercise programs and coping skills. Adapts conventional Physical Therapy techniques to meet the age appropriate need of each patient along with other specific needs based on his/her mental, physical, and emotional status.
- Provides education to related health professionals and/or the public in regard to physical therapy techniques, body mechanics, and assistive techniques.
- Supervise and train physical therapy students as requested.
- Appropriately assign and supervise specific treatment procedures to physical therapy assistants or aides.
- Perform and ensure that department infection control, preventive maintenance, safety precaution, hazardous waste precautions, fire precautions, disaster policy, and other procedural policies are understood and carried out at the appropriate times.
- Attend meetings and assists with Quality Assurance, new employee/volunteer orientation, billing, ordering, and statistical studies as requested by supervisor.
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QualificationsEducation: Graduate of an accredited school of Physical Therapy. B.S., Certificate or M.S. in Physical Therapy required. Licensure: Current licensure as a Physical Therapist in the Commonwealth of Virginia. Must also have current CPR certification . Experience: Successful completion of three clinical affiliations. Proficient in basic ortho/neuro/ped evaluation and treatment skills.
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