We are growing quickly with recent expansions to surgery and trauma, and although we're only 20 minutes from Downtown KCMO and Johnson County, Belton Regional Medical Center
is a community hospital with a friendly, community feel. We're proud to be part of HCA Midwest Health, Kansas City's largest healthcare provider and one of Ethisphere's most ethical companies for a ninth consecutive year.
Quality patient care is our priority, and we focus on the patient experience - in every department and with every interaction. We hire to fit our culture and our vision; compassion, integrity, drive, energy and focus
are a few of the traits we look for.
We're also a Pathways to Excellence
hospital - one of only 100 hospitals in the nation certified as a Best Place to Work for Healthcare Professionals. We value continued professional development and growth, as well as giving our employees a voice in decisions that affect their work.
Our growth has led to a need for compassionate, competent Full-time Outpatient Physical Therapist.
If you fit the following criteria, we'd love for you to apply to be part of our team!
- Bachelor's Degree in Physical Therapy (New Grads are welcome to apply)
- Current or Temporary Physical Therapy license in the state of Missouri
- Vestibular Certified preferred
- Current BLS certification (within 30 days of hire)
- A solid work ethic and high integrity
- A passion for high quality patient care
- Compassionate, friendly and driven to excellence
HCA's size, history and commitment to excellence allows us to offer a competitive salary and amazing benefits, including Health, Dental, Vision and Life insurance, as well as an Employee Stock Purchase Plan, Tuition Reimbursement, Paid Family Leave, Employee discounts, many supplemental insurance choices, an EAP and one of the best 401(k) matches in the area! Position Summary :
The physical therapist functions as a member of the healthcare team. The purpose is to provide medically prescribed physical therapy programs in the hospital in accordance with national standards and administrative policies of the hospital. The goal is to restore function and prevent disability following disease, injury, surgery or loss of a body part in order to allow the patient to perform to his/her maximum ability.