Therapist-Occupational I

Location US-MS-SOUTHAVEN
Posted Date 4 months ago(6/29/2021 4:20 PM)
Position Code
2317
Status
Regular Full-Time
Department
DC Occup Ther

Overview and Responsibilities

Job Responsibilities








 Evaluates and assesses the patient based on subjective and objective information.
Develops a written plan of care.
Provides treatment according to established goals on plan of care.
Documents interventions/care in the patient's medical record.
Evaluates effectiveness of plan of care. Reassesses patient's functional status.
Provides discharge planning information which includes patient/family education, follow-up, and referral to community resources.
Contributes to the development of staff and students.
Participates in activities designed to improve health care delivery.
Completes assigned goals.

 


Job Summary








 Evaluates and assesses patients to establish functional, measurable goals to promote restoration of functional abilities. Provides treatment according to a written plan of care to meet established goals. Plans for discharge and communicates findings and progress according to professional licensure/certification, scope of practice and departmental/discipline policies and procedures. Produces other reports as needed. May supervise clinical students and support staff including certified/licensed assistants, technicians, and volunteers. Adheres to the AOTA Code of Ethics. Provides a caring relationship that facilitates health, and healing. Performs other duties as assigned.

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