The intermediate level Physical Therapist is responsible for
evaluating and developing the therapy plan of care for a broad
range of diagnoses and acuities.
- Provides evaluation, treatment, and discharge planning to
patients, family members, and/or caregivers.
- Collaborates with other health care professionals as needed for
resolution and/or achievement of identified patient specific
- May specialize in care for certain complex patient types,
through advanced training and education
- Participates in rounds, clinics, and case conferences.
- Monitors service delivery by support personnel.
- Documents patient progress appropriately in the medical
- Participates and assists in implementing new programs in area
- Delivers exceptional patient care with adherence to safety
standards and guidelines to ensure optimal patient safety, customer
service, and optimum patient outcomes.
- Serves as preceptor, mentor, and resource to less experienced
staff, including other Therapists, and technicians.
- Assists with collection of quality metrics and analytics.
- Assists with development of best practices and process
improvement initiatives, as designated.
- May act as a clinical instructor to students, and Clinical
- Bachelor's degree in Physical Therapy from an accredited
- Two years of relevant experience.
- Licensed Physical Therapist by the Texas Board of Physical
Therapy Examiners or eligible to practice physical therapy in the
State of Texas.
- Master's degree in a related field.
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