As a Physical Therapist (PT), you will directly impact the lives of our patients by providing hands-on therapy services during in-home visits and/or supervision of a Physical Therapy Assistant (PTA). You have a unique opportunity to help patients regain their independence and remain in the comforts of their own home. You will coordinate care with other members of the clinical team. Jordan’s innovative team has moved into the electronic age, in part, through the utilization of Homecare Homebase and has become 95% paper-free. Access to patient and physician information is available from a hand-held device or a laptop computer 24/7. Our software solution will allow you to electronically document 100% of your care delivery while in the patient’s home. Field clinicians begin and end their day from their home and no longer come into an office each day. Because Jordan has been able to significantly reduce its daily operational costs, our owners have increased salaries which are often significantly above our competitors in many areas.
- Current PT license in the state of licensure or in accordance with the Board of Nurse Examiners rules for Nurse Licensure Compact (NLC)
- Prefer two (2) years experience as a PT, but not required
- Prefer working knowledge of Medicare/Medicaid home health care benefits