1. Patient Assessment & Care Development:
· Conduct thorough assessments of patients, considering their medical history, physical condition, and referral requirements.
· Develop individualized care plans aligning with patient needs and goals, following physician’s orders and evidence-based practice.
· Manage patient load and provide care plans that are beneficial to patient.
2. Clinical Documentation:
· Complete clinical notes, evaluations, and progress reports within the hospital’s established timelines, maintaining adherence to both legal and professional standards.
· Ensure that all necessary forms and documentation are accurate, clear, and reflective of the care provided.
3. Care Coordination & Conferences:
· Attend and actively participate in care conferences with other healthcare professionals, ensuring an integrated approach to patient care.
· Collaborate with the care team to achieve a seamless transition between different stages of therapy and other services if needed.
4. Quality Improvement Participation:
· Actively participate in the hospital’s quality improvement program, suggesting improvements where necessary.
· Continuously strive for excellence by adhering to best practices, attending training, and maintaining up-to-date knowledge of physical therapy trends.
5. Additional Responsibilities:
· Perform other related and assigned duties that may include liaising with other healthcare providers, participating in community outreach programs, or assisting with administrative tasks.