CHI Franciscan Health
CHI Franciscan Health has an opportunity for a per diem Occupational Therapist to join the team at Highline Medical Center in Burien. Per diem opportunity! CHI Franciscan Health has exciting and rewarding careers with competitive salaries and benefits. We are a family of hospitals, health care services, and medical providers delivering compassionate care to people throughout the South Puget Sound. We are part of Catholic Health Initiatives, one of the largest not-for-profit health care systems in the country. Our mission is to deliver high quality care that meets our patients' medical needs while providing emotional and spiritual support to patients and their families. We believe this three-part approach \u2014 physical, emotional, and spiritual \u2014 is essential to healing the whole person. Come join our team! Job Summary: As an interdisciplinary team member, conducts occupational therapy activities to improve patient function and prevent disability following disease or injury, and improve patients\u2019 ability to reach maximum performance within the limits of his\/her capabilities. Provides and coordinates comprehensive occupational rehabilitation care to patients through the proper utilization of evaluation, planning, education, and implementation of a treatment plan in accordance with Occupational Therapy Standards of Practice. Work includes indirect patient care activities such as; documentation, scheduling, family training, attendance at rounds, interaction with the Interdisciplinary Team, participation in staff meetings, ordering supplies, and contributing to continuous quality control and performance improvement. Incumbents are also accountable for responding effectively to legal, patient rights, safety, maintenance, and emergency situations; participating in continuing education, staff development, self-directed learning and overseeing the performance of and providing performance feedback of staff, aides, students, volunteers as requested. Essential Job Duties: Performs patient assessment\/data collection, interprets findings and formulates treatment plans. Implements and updates therapeutic plan of care and treatment based on patient needs throughout patient\u2019s treatment\/stay. Completes all required documentation, in an accurate and thorough manner, of Occupational Therapy treatment in accordance with FHS documentation standard. Qualifications Education\/Work Experience Requirements: Graduation from an accredited School of Occupational Therapy and completion of Clinical Fieldwork. Position requires at least three (3) months prior experience in physical disabilities and a broad base of medical surgical knowledge, with case experience with the following: neurological impairments, orthopedic impairments, and critical care that demonstrates attainment of the requisite job knowledge skills\/abilities. Licensure\/Certification: Current Washington State License in Occupational Therapy or a Washington State Interim Permit (valid for a maximum of 6 months unless an extension is approved by the Department Director). Current healthcare provider BLS Certification.
CHI Franciscan Health
Website : http://www.chifranciscan.org/
CHI Franciscan Health, based in Tacoma, Washington, includes eight full-service hospitals (St. Joseph Medical Center, Tacoma; St. Francis Hospital, Federal Way; St. Clare Hospital, Lakewood; St. Anthony Hospital, Gig Harbor; St. Elizabeth Hospital, Enumclaw; Highline Medical Center, Burien), Harrison Medical Center in Bremerton and Silverdale, Regional Hospital; Franciscan Medical Group, a regional network of primary-care and specialty-care clinics, physicians and other professional providers; in-home and inpatient hospice and palliative services; same-day surgery centers; dialysis centers; occupational health and physical therapy clinics; and centers for advanced medicine in women’s care and heart and vascular services. Franciscan is a non-profit 501-c 3 organization and is affiliated with Catholic Health Initiatives. Historically, seeds for CHI Franciscan Health were planted in 1891 when the Sisters of St. Francis of Philadelphia established St. Joseph Hospital in Tacoma (now called St. Joseph Medical Center). The organization’s health care ministry has grown with the enduring goal of fulfilling the spiritual, emotional and physical needs of those we serve as emphasized in our Mission and Values.