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Apply today and discover your
next rewarding career experience! Find your
potential at Hawaii Pacific Health, Hawaii's largest healthcare
system. Join the Rehab Department team at Straub Clinic and
Therapist provides physical therapy services and consultation for
inpatients and outpatients at medical center locations.
Straub is a complete health
care system, which means the primary care physicians, specialist
physicians, clinics and hospital staff are all part of the same
organization. Straub cares for and comforts patients throughout
the state at both the hospital and clinic locations. Straub
offers a network of neighborhood clinics on Oahu, Lanai, and visiting
specialists on the Big Island as well as the services of nearly 200
physician specialists. The Rehabilitation department provides
physical and occupational therapy services to both inpatients and
Health is Hawaiis largest health care system including a network of
four hospitals, 44 outpatient clinics & service sites, and over
1,300 dedicated physicians across the state. We are 5,400+
caring employees strongly committed to health care excellence.
Our facilities include: Kapiolani Medical Center for Women and
Children, Pali Momi Medical Center, Straub Clinic & Hospital and
Wilcox Memorial Hospital.
: Must meet education
requirements for Hawaii state licensing. Current HI Physical
Therapy license and Current Heart Saver-AED card.
One year general physical therapy
experience. Experience with Pediatric or Adult
populations. One year adult inpatient acute care experience as
a physical therapist.
An Equal Opportunity Employer
Hawaii Pacific Health is an equal opportunity employer and
does not unlawfully discriminate against any applicant on the basis
of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability,
sexual orientation, or any other class protected by federal or state
law. Concerns or complaints should be brought to the attention
of the Director, Workforce Development at 808-535-7571.
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