Occupational Therapist - Texas Health Huguley- operated as joint venture between Texas Health Resources and AdventHealth
Required to work 1 Saturday every 4-6 weeks
Weekday availability is highly preferred
Location Address: 11801 South Fwy., Burleson, TX76028
Top Reasons to Work At Texas Health Huguley, Burleson, TX
Our care for patients extend to the spiritual level by praying with patients and families and providing on call, 24 hours, 7 days a week Chaplains for spiritual support.
Award winning facility and departments including âœGreat Place to Workâ by Beckerâ™s Hospital Review and Gallup.
Work with the latest technology and top experts including âœDaisy Awardâ recipients while on the way to Magnet statusâ”2020.
Amazing medical benefits through Aetna plus an onsite full-service fitness center.
Growth opportunities designed for each employee.
Located about 10 minutes from downtown Fort Worth and near TCU in the award-winning school district, Burleson ISD which also provides a low-cost of living.
You Will Be Responsible For:
Performs direct patient care at a highly professional level and on a timely basis to meet the daily needs of the inpatient and outpatient schedules as assigned by the Clinical Coordinators.
Performs comprehensive evaluation and/or re evaluation which includes reviewing patientâ™s chart using accepted methods and appropriate evaluative tools.
Initiates evaluation within 48 hours of receiving the occupational therapy order and completes the evaluation within two visits.
Interprets test correctly and consults with patient, families, nursing, physician, and other appropriate resources in the development of the treatment plan as evidenced by chart documentation.
Develops realistic short term and long term goals.Demonstrates creativity and skill in designing and implementing treatment programs to reach these goals.
Implements treatment program following rational frequency and duration in accordance with initial assessment and doctorâ™s orders to meet patient needs.This shall be accomplished with no more than two incidents per year without valid reason.
Outpatient appointment assigned to the therapist will be met within 15 minutes if the patient arrives at the scheduled time.This will be accomplished with no more than two incidents per year, without valid reason, as determined by discussion with the therapist and department coordinator.
Reviews medical records daily or more frequently as needed to gain information pertinent to therapy treatment.
Formally re-evaluates goals when goals need modification or when there is a change in patientâ™s medical status.
Instructs patient and/or family in appropriate home programs to address patientâ™s needs, and documents the rationale for these programs.
Recognizes a problem he/she is unable to handle alone with regard to both direct patent care and other departmental issues.Elicits the assistance/expertise of appropriate personnel to resolve the situation.
Identifies need for progression, modification or discontinuation of program when goals have been or are not being adequately approached as evidenced by documentation in the chart.
Participates in discharge planning and makes recommendations regarding equipment and home program as evidenced through documentation.
Appropriately delegates and supervises patient treatment tasks assigned to technicians.
Produces documentation appropriate for various levels and types of patient care within Occupational Therapy Services and accepts responsibility for the Occupational Therapy Department through generation of patient revenue.
Documentation of treatment will be written by the next working day with 100% compliance.
Each progress note and/or treatment plan will contain sufficient information in order for another occupational therapy staff to easily discern the following:
Exact treatment to be given
Any projected change in plan
This will be carried out with 100% compliance on chart audit.
For outpatient cases, a written progress report or discharge summary will be prepared and sent to the referring physician.
Completes appropriate Medicare certification/Plan of Care upon completion of initial evaluation which will be signed by referring physician.
Uses clear and concise documentation and adheres to hospital approved abbreviations.
Accurately charges inpatients and outpatients for treatments rendered and equipment/supplies issued according to department guidelines.
Accurately completes and submits charge sheet according to departmental procedure.
Maintains productivity standard by adapting to changes in assigned daily caseloads.
All evaluations and reevaluations are completed within 48 hours.
Completes incident reports as appropriate and submits this report to the Clinical Director.
Communicates appropriately with the Therapy Services Clinical Director, Clinical Coordinator, staff, medical staff, nursing staff and others in a professional and timely manner.
Communicates in a clear and appropriate manner with Therapy Services department, Clinical Director, and other hospital staff.
Participates in departmental meetings, department performance improvement programs, training programs, in-services, and accepts departmental projects as requested by the Clinical Director and/or Coordinator.
Instructs patients regarding the relationship between functional rehabilitation and pain, rationale for training beyond a pain level and efficiency of developing a lifetime pattern of reconditioning.
Designs classroom activities to stimulate interest, motivation, compliance and reinforce treatment goals.
Contributes to the efficient and safe operation of the Therapy Services department.Conducts routine/general business necessary for quality and efficiency with department operation/ program development.
Respects time limitations of others by being prepared and on time for meetings.
Organizes time effectively as demonstrated by the ability to prepare for expected and unexpected changes in schedule and utilizes department personnel appropriately.
Keeps treatment plan within number of pre-certified/ pre-authorized visits.
Maintains physiciansâ™ prescriptions up to date.
Supervises and instructs clinical education students according to departmental guidelines.
Participates in the development and maintenance of departmental policies, procedures and performance improvement activities.
What You Will Need:
Graduate from accredited occupational therapy program at the Bachelorâ™s or Masterâ™s level.
Experience preferred, but new graduates are accepted.
Must hold and keep current annually Texas Licensure as an Occupational Therapist.
Supervises occupational therapy assistants, therapy services technicians and students.
The Occupational Therapist evaluates and treats individuals whose ability to perform daily functional tasks is threatened or impaired by developmental deficits, the aging process, environmental deprivation, sensory impairment, occupational injury or illness or psychological or social dysfunction.The Occupational Therapist utilizes interviews, subjective and objective testing, patient performance assessments and review of past records for evaluation of patientâ™s functional skills/status.The Occupational Therapist utilizes therapeutic goal directed activities, physical modalities, exercises, patient/family education/training and facilitation of adaptation and productivity to prevent, diminish, or correct dysfunctions and/or impairments or to develop, restore and/or maximize daily functional skills and independence both while in the hospital and in preparation for the home and/or work environment.
AdventHealth Greater Orlando (formerly Florida Hospital) is one of the largest faith-based health care providers in the United States. For 150 years, we have carried on a tradition of providing whole-person care that not only addresses patients' physical ailments, but also supports their emotional and spiritual well-being. We demonstrate the same level of compassion and care for our employees as well, doing all that we can to help them realize their full potential – both personally and professionally.