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|Facility:||Northwest Texas Healthcare System|
|Location:||AMARILLO, TX US United States|
|Job Type:||Full Time|
|Minimum Education Required:||Bachelor's Degree|
Northwest Texas Healthcare System is a 385-bed acute care and 85 bed behavioral health medical center serving the city of Amarillo and the surrounding region. We offer the ideal combination of traditional values and the most advanced technologies in healthcare, plus the conveniences of big city living in a friendly, smaller-town atmosphere. From the beauty of Palo Duro Canyon and great recreational facilities, to our quality educational system, Amarillo is a great place to live and work.
The Physical Therapist functions under the direct supervision of the coordinator of physical therapy. The staff therapist assumes responsibility and accountability for a designated group of patients and provides physical therapy evaluations, modalities and treatments in accordance with established hospital and departmental policies and procedures, maintaining the highest degree of quality patient care. They also assume the responsibility and accountability of the care of their patients who are being treated by physical therapist assistants.
Weekend rotations are around 1 every 4 months.
For you, flexibility in your work and scheduling makes all the difference. For us, flexibility is the key to great teamwork. That's why management here is always open to their teams' ideas, and why staff are always responsive to their colleagues' specialist needs and input. Flexibility brings more cohesion, greater job satisfaction and the best possible outcomes. We have the only trauma center in the area, so you will be facing the widest variety of injuries that require therapy. You'll be providing care to patients of all ages and you'll welcome more responsibility and accountability, as you benefit from the increased support you find here.
A hospital is only as good as its caregivers. That's why we're looking for allied health professionals who are dedicated and passionate about their work. We're looking for employees who can add to our culture of examplary patient care and personal excellence. We're looking for exceptional professionals who share our vision and values.
Join us and make a difference.
EOE/AFFIRMATIVE ACTION EMPLOYER-M/F/VET/DISAB
|A current Texas licensure as a Physical Therapist is required.|
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