Providence Occupational Therapist - Home Health in Newberg, Oregon
Providence is calling an Occupational Therapist - Home Health Yamhill Service Area (1.0 FTE, Days) to Providence Home Health Yamhill in Newberg, OR.
We are seeking an Occupational Therapist - Home Health Yamhill Service Area who will manage and provide skilled occupational therapy to patients and clients with a wide variety of diagnoses and disabilities in a home setting in accordance with a physician directed plan of treatment, taking into account individual patients special or age related needs.
In this position you will have the following responsibilities:
Provide occupational therapy applying therapeutic principles and practices as well as providing care appropriate to the ages of the patients
Communicate with patients, families, caregivers, insurers and other health care workers in a positive manner
Demonstrate flexibility and adaptability to adjust daily schedules to meet service area demands
Safeguard confidentiality for all patients, medical staff, employees, and other related information
Evaluate existing service and equipment and identifies options with Providence Health & Services facilities or local companies for new services
Plan and implement a comprehensive occupational therapy treatment plan, modifying and progressing the program in response to changing patient needs
Consult with other members of rehabilitation team to select therapy programs consistent with needs and capabilities of individual
Provide written and verbal instructions to the patients and caregivers to assist the patient in resuming life in the community or in an established safe environment
Identify specialized needs requiring specialized follow-up after discharge and makes the necessary referrals
Support and comply with the Continuous Quality Improvement program
Maintain accurate, thorough, and timely patient-related computer documentation in accordance with department policy and procedure
Design and construct special equipment for individual patients and suggests adaptation of individual's work and home environments
Regularly consult with department manager or supervisor regarding patient status and program through discharge
Provide quality patient care in an efficient, cost-effective, caring manner
Maintain a positive, professional personal presentation at all times
Maintain and enhances professional development through appropriate educational experiences
Enhance personal professional growth by establishing individual goals, providing in-services to others, conducting training programs, participating in community activities, and contributing to program development
Supervise therapy assistants, students, volunteers and other observers
Required qualifications for this position includes:
Bachelor's Degree -OR- Master'sDegree -OR- Ph.D. from an accredited Occupational Therapy Program
Current Occupational Therapy licensure through the State of Oregon -OR- temporary license if new graduate awaiting licensing exam results
Current American Heart Association - Basic Life Support (AHA-BLS) (Basic Life Support for Health Care Provider) -OR- ACLS (Advanced Cardiac Life Support) required within 30 days of hire
Valid drivers license
Driving record consistent with GOP Safe Driving Policy 330 Incident Point Matrix at time of hire
In compliance with the Providence Health & Services-OR Human Resources policy #302 Background Checks, a criminal background check is required for this position, based on assigned duties
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Job Category: Occupational Therapy
Req ID: 264779