Physical Therapist-Home Health - PRN - Vista Health (Wasilla, AK)

Provision, direction, supervision, and evaluation of physical therapy services to patients in the home in accordance with agency policies and procedures, applicable health care standards, and governmental laws and regulations. Home physical therapy visits and treatments, proper clinical documentation and follow-up care. Education: Graduate of a physical therapy curriculum approved by The American Physical Therapy Association, or The Committee on Allied Health Education and Accreditation of the American Medical Association, or The Council on Medical Education of the American Medical Association and the American Physical Therapy Association; or prior to January 1, 1966, was admitted to membership by the American Physical Therapy Association, or was admitted to registration by the American Registry of Physical Therapist, or has graduated from a physical therapy curriculum in a 4 year college or university approved by a State department of education; or has 2 years of appropriate experience as a physical therapist, and has achieved a satisfactory grade on a proficiency examination conducted, approved, or sponsored by the U.S. Public Health Service except that such determinations of proficiency do not apply with respect to persons initially licensed by a State or seeking qualification as a physical therapist after December 31, 1977; or was licensed or registered prior to January 1, 1966 and prior to January 1, 1970, had 15 years of fulltime experience in the treatment of illness or injury through the practice of physical therapy in which services were rendered under the order and direction of attending and referring doctors of medicine or osteopathy (Medicare Conditions of Participation for Home Health Agencies). Experience: At least one year appropriate clinical experience, preferably in home healthcare. Licenses/Certificates: Licensed by the state of practice. Possession of reliable transportation, current driver's license, and proof of current auto insurance. Current CPR card. Source: http://jcnlx.com/3e25814528b04ed7b954746e3eda414e105

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