The Registered Occupational Therapist uses advanced evaluation skills and analytical insight to determine a patient's physical, cognitive and perceptual functional capabilities. The Occupational Therapist is responsible for age appropriate treatment service that provides goal directed activity to facilitate each patient the maximum level of independence in daily living tasks. The Occupational Therapist is responsible for supervising and participating in the application of a wide variety of therapeutic techniques for the rehabilitation of patients with physical disabilities, injuries, diseases and cognitive deficits. The Occupational Therapist assists the Senior Occupational Therapist in providing high standards of professionalism, participates in direct/indirect care to patients of all ages, but primarily adults with physical and/or functional limitations. The Occupational Therapist participates in quality improvement and departmental operations and consults with medical staff as needed. The Occupational Therapist supervises treatment rendered by the Certified Occupational Therapy Assistant(s) and ensures quality service and supervision.
B.S. degree in Occupational Therapy from an accredited college or university
Certification by the Board of Registry of the American Occupational Therapy
Current Occupational Therapy license in the state of Georgia
Provide age specific care
Current licensure by the State of Georgia.
Modality Certification (preferred)
Thorough knowledge of the principles, methods, materials, and equipment used in the filed of Occupational Therapy
Ability to establish and maintain effective relationship with patients and to obtain their cooperation in the treatment prescribed
Ability to establish and maintain effective relationship with the medical staff and other personnel
Ability to understand, interpret and acknowledge physician's written orders and oral directions and to recommend treatment programs and outline expected benefits regarding Occupational Therapy
Considerable knowledge of the possible hazards to patients during treatment and considerable knowledge of precautionary and remedial measures
A little about us:
HCA is the nation’s leading private provider of healthcare services. Comprised of locally managed facilities which include 230,000 employees at over 160 hospitals, over 120 surgery centers and 100 urgent care facilities in 20 states and the United Kingdom