OCCUPATIONAL THERAPIST - PRN
Pinnacle Senior Care, a CHAP accredited leader in skilled home health is leading the way into the future with its dynamic chronic care home health model. Pinnacle Senior Care is a partner of US Medical Management and owned by a Fortune 250 company. Pinnacle presents the unique opportunity to be part of a medically centered home care provider within a continuum of care that includes Home Care, Hospice, Visiting Physicians Association, and Laboratory/Diagnostic services.
We are seeking applicants that want the experience of changing healthcare through compassionate delivery of care. We provide opportunity for growth and advancement, with 21 additional branch locations in 7 states.
Ready access to professional resources such as wound care and rehabilitation specialists.
Weekly team conferences to optimize patient care through open discussion with the interdisciplinary team.
Partnerships with VPA, Hospice, Homescripts, and Podiatry which reduces the need for “middle-man” involvement, allowing for a stronger focus on patient care.
Flexible scheduling with limited on-call and weekend.
Excellent pay-per-visit rates.
Scrubs provided to full-time staff.
Fast advancement opportunities in a rapidly expanding innovative healthcare environment offering a clinical ladder.
A Unique opportunity to provide care with specialty programs that focus on disease pathology, Health Literacy and treat the whole patient.
Coming soon - state of the art Point of Care System!
Agency is a Member of the National Association for Home Care.
Previous skilled home health experience required.
The Occupational Therapist (OT) assists the physician in evaluating level of function, helps develop the plan of treatment (revising as necessary), prepares clinical and progress notes, advises and consults with the family and other agency personnel, and participates in in-service programs.
Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
Provides treatment as ordered by the attending physician.
Assists the physician in evaluating level-of-function by applying diagnostic and prognostic procedures.
Evaluates and establishes goals based on the patient’s current level-of-functioning and potential for improvement.
Assists in developing and updating the plan of treatment. Participates in case conferences as requested.
Guides and instructs the patient in prescribed therapeutic, self-care, and creative activities that are directed toward improving independence and physical and mental functioning.
Establishes household management routines.
Observes, records, and reports to the physician the patient's reaction to the therapy program or any changes in the patient's condition.
Documents each visit made to the patient and incorporates notes into the clinical record at least weekly.
Prepares written discharge summary.
Advises, consults, and instructs patients and their families in