Physical Therapy License-PA/NJ if applicable CPR Certification Specialty Certification in area of interest Graduated from an accredited Physical Therapy Program 7or more years of PT experience with at least 4 in a specialty area (pediatrics, sports medicine, neurology, cardiology)
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• Child Abuse Clearances
• FBI Fingerprint Clearance
• Drug Screening
This is a leadership position focused on education and staff development as well as clinical expertise. Provides expert consultation for clinical decision making in physical therapy. Serves as a mentor to staff in area(s) of specialty as well as general clinical, academic, and research domains. Educates staff and national audiences on current best practice of physical therapy. Contributes to the advancement of physical therapy practice through clinical research activities and dissemination of knowledge. Serves as leader in department and works closely with physical therapy leadership team to develop and implement new policies, procedures, and programs as well as support management team in supervision of staff and oversight of daily operations as needed.
Children's Hospital Philadelphia - 23 months ago
The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP) is the nation's first hospital devoted exclusively to the care of children. Since our start...