JOB SUMMARY: Serves as leader of change agent. Performs patient evaluations and administers interventions in department or ambulatory clinics. Performs related duties such as departmental performance improvement and clinical education, and serves as clinical supervisors to assistant and support personnel. Also serves as specialist to program or product line. Adheres to practice act, regulations and rules, departmental policy and procedure, and documentation and reimbursement rules applicable to ambulatory care. Manages patient appointment system and work with front office on service authorization, certification and recertification. Demonstrates competence to adapt work and customer service to accommodate the unique physical, psychosocial, cultural, safety and other developmental needs of patients.
1.Education/Specialized Training/Licensure:Transitional DPT or PhD in Physical Therapy. Current Texas license. Specialty Certification
2.Work Experience (Years and Area):Four years as Physical Therapist or 3 years as a graduate of an APTA credentialed PT Residency. Completed PTA to DPT bridge program, 3 years as PT and has 5 years as PTA experience.
3.Equipment Operated:Competency in Physical Therapy Equipment
SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS: (Check Applicable Areas)
Above Average Verbal (Heavy Public Contact)
Exceptional Verbal (e.g., Public Speaking)
Bilingual Skills Required: No Languages: Spanish, Vietnamese preferred
Writing /Composing (Correspondence /Reports)
2. Other Skills:
Analytical, CRT, Medical Terms, Research, P.C., MS Word,
3. Work Schedule: Flexible
4. Other Requirements:Previous work experience or internship in ambulatory setting is preferred.