Occupational Therapist Beaumont TX
At AccentCare, we Make A Difference!
As one of the nation’s largest post-acute healthcare providers, we are proud to serve our local communities with personalized and patient-centric care. We leverage our national resources to stay current with the latest innovations in treatments, technology, and therapeutic practices. We are a learning organization and offer many opportunities for professional advancement through ongoing training, online continuing education, tuition and CEU reimbursement. Moreover, our leadership and management teams actively seek to promote from within.
Our Therapists Make A Difference.
As an Occupational Therapist, you will assist the physician in evaluating function by administering and interpreting patient’s diagnostic and prognostic tests of function in their homes. You will participate in development and revision of the Plan of Care by conferring with the patients’ physicians and clinical team members. You will also work to improve and restore strength, coordination, range of motion and function by providing therapeutic treatment and instruction to patients in accordance with physician orders.
While doing what you love, you will be offered:
- Competitive Salary
- Growth and promotion opportunities
- Opportunity to earn awards and recognition for a job well done!
Why being a Occupational Therapist at AccentCare is different.
The typical workday of an AccentCare therapist is 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., but in contrast to a hospital environment, a career in Home Health offers you flexibility that you may need during the day. Our therapists are not confined to a traditional office environment. Rather, they are out-and-about during the day, learning the ins and outs of their particular city or town, and collaborating with an interdisciplinary team of healthcare professionals to achieve patient success.
Our commitment to you.
We are committed to your career and well-being. We strive to provide our new employees with a structured on-boarding process to help them integrate quickly and cutting-edge tools to make their daily work easier and more efficient. In addition, we offer comprehensive benefits to our regular full-time employees who work over 30 hours per week. You can choose these benefits for you alone or for both you and your family.
Position: Home Health Occupational Therapist OT
Reports to: Executive Director or Regional Therapy Director
As an Occupational Therapist, you will:
- Assist the physician in evaluating the patient’s level of function by administering and interpreting patient’s diagnostic and prognostic tests of function in their homes.
- Participate in development and revision of the Plan of Care by conferring with the patients’ physicians and clinical team members.
- Improve and restore strength, coordination, range of motion and function by providing therapeutic treatment and instruction to patients in accordance with physician orders.
Requirements of Qualified Candidates:
- Master’s degree in Occupational Therapy or the equivalent with license / certificate within the state providing services
- Knowledge of rehabilitation techniques related to complex neurologic injury generally required
- Experience with a home health, medical surgical, or rehabilitation center environment
- At least two (2) years of experience working independently under minimal supervision
- Lymphedema experience
- Must be a licensed driver with an automobile that is insured and in accordance with state and/or organization requirements and in good working order