Saint Agnes Hospital
Department: Rehab Services Ambulatory 003 Additional Job Details: Full-Time,Day Marketing Statement Thank you for your interest in Northwest Florida\u2019s leading health care provider \u2013 Sacred Heart Health System. Northwest Florida is a growing, family-oriented community, offering a mild climate, year-round recreational opportunities and beautiful sugar-white beaches along the warm waters of the Gulf of Mexico. As part of Ascension \u2013 the largest non-profit health system in the U.S. and the world\u2019s largest Catholic health system \u2013 Sacred Heart offers competitive salaries and a comprehensive benefits package. Our associates consistently give high ratings to their workplace engagement and leadership\u2019s support for their well-being. Sacred Heart was founded by the Daughters of Charity in 1915. While our technology has improved dramatically and the buildings have grown and expanded, our commitment to the mission remains steadfast: to provide excellent health care to all people, with special attention to the poor and vulnerable. For our more than 100-year history, we have been blessed with talented associates who believe in our mission and are dedicated to serving our patients and families. Sacred Heart Health System includes hospital campuses in Pensacola, Miramar Beach and Port St. Joe, Florida, as well as The Studer Family Children\u2019s Hospital at Sacred Heart \u2013 Northwest Florida\u2019s only children\u2019s hospital \u2013 and Sacred Heart Medical Group, the largest network of primary care and specialty physicians in Northwest Florida. In affiliation with the University of Florida, Sacred Heart offers the region\u2019s only kidney transplant program, as well as physician residency programs to train the next generation of doctors in internal medicine, pediatrics and obstetrics\/gynecology. To learn more about Sacred Heart Health System, visit . Job Description Job Summary: Evaluates and treats patients with physical, emotional, cognitive and\/or psychosocial deficits. Responsibilities: Assesses patient 's ability to safely and effectively perform independent living skills. Designs the appropriate plan of care, including type and frequency of treatment. Implements the treatment plan using appropriate modalities. Documents findings of patient progress. Monitors and modifies the plan of care as needed. Seeks consultation as necessary. Educates the patient and family\/caregiver about patient deficits. Plans and\/or assists with patient discharge from therapy services and provides information regarding appropriate selection\/use of adaptive equipment and support programs. Oversees the care provided by certified occupational therapy assistants and therapy technicians according to established regulations and practice standards. Performs other duties as assigned. May be required to drive and use personal vehicle. Plans and coordinates off site\/campus patient group activities\/programs based on specific functional therapy goals. Qualifications Licenses\/Certifications\/Registration: Required Credential(s): BLS Provider\u00a0specializing in\u00a0Basic Life Support\u00a0credentialed from the\u00a0American Heart Association (AHA)\u00a0required prior to hire date or job transfer date.Drivers License\u00a0obtained prior to hire date or job transfer date. Licensed\u00a0Rehab Therapist\u00a0specializing in\u00a0Occupational Therapy (OTR)\u00a0credentialed from the\u00a0Florida Board of Occupational Therapy\u00a0obtained prior to hire date or job transfer date. Education: Bachelor's Level Degree\u00a0A Graduate of a Occupational Therapy program required. Work Experience: No experience required. One year of clinical experience preferred.
Saint Agnes Hospital
Website : http://www.stagnes.org
St. Agnes also supports off-site facilities including Seton Imaging Center and the Ellicott City Surgery Center. For more information, please call 410-368-6000. In 1862, The Daughters of Charity began St. Agnes Hospital, carrying on their centuries-old mission of service. The first Catholic hospital in Baltimore, St. Agnes was originally created to provide nursing care for the poor. The facility moved to its present location in 1876 and was reorganized as a full-service hospital in 1906. Today St. Agnes Hospital is a full-service community teaching hospital with residency programs in a number of medical/surgical specialties.