As a licensed Physical Therapist (PT) is responsible to provide direct patient care as part of a multidisciplinary team at the hospital and/or outpatient care centers as assigned. Demonstrates competency in evaluation, habilitative, and rehabilitative PT services for patients with medical, functional and/or motor disorders. Provides clinical care activities utilizing evidenced based practice to insure a quality culture, and to satisfy customer needs for services, outcomes, and costs. Demonstrates competency in the evaluation and treatment of patients with orthopedic and sports related diagnoses. Receives clinical peer review by the PT Clinical Coordinator.
Bachelor's, Master's or Doctoral degree from an accredited school of PT. Licensed to practice PT in the state of Florida. Minimum of 2 years of pediatric experience is preferred. Proficiency in the assessment and treatment of the sports rehabilitation population required. New PT graduates with strong clinical affiliation experience in sports rehabilitation may be considered. Certification as a Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) or comparable certification preferred. Able to understand and react effectively to the age specific needs unique to assigned patients. Excellent interpersonal and communication skills and command of the English language. Respect for patients, parents, center staff, physicians and members of the community is essential. Demonstrated record of initiative, self-direction, program development, organization, and independence of thought. Flexibility is essential, as work hours are subject to patient care needs and administrative program changes. Travel within the All Children's Health System locations and/or other outlying locations may be required. Must agree to sign a Non-Solicitation Agreement as a condition of employment by All Children's Hospital. Must meet the physical demands of a practicing pediatric therapist including. Moving up and down from t
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