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Geriatric Residency Coordinator - Physical Therapist, IHL at Brooks Rehabilitation

Geriatric Residency Coordinator - Physical Therapist, IHL

Brooks Rehabilitation Full-Time

Assessment and Plan of Care/Treatment/Documentation

  • Supervises a resident and/or fellow who manages a specialized caseload.
  • Meets accountabilities of staff Physical Therapist during clinical mentoring.
  • Consistently performs appropriate assessment of residents and/or fellows they are mentoring..
  • Documents accurately, appropriately, comprehensively and timely per department policy.

Leadership/Supervision

  • Interprets, supports and models organizational philosophy, policy/procedures and objectives.
  • Completes timely performance evaluations consistent with organizational policy & procedures.
  • Promotes team effort within the department(s), programs and the organization.
  • Mediates conflict resolution among staff.
  • Prioritizes workload, incorporating unexpected assignments as needed.
  • Maintains open, reciprocal communication with staff and supervisor.
  • Maintains confidentiality in all written and verbal communication, including staff records.
  • Participates in marketing, public relation efforts and community education activities as needed.
  • Serves in a leadership role, as requested.
  • Supervises assigned activities for clinical residents and fellows within the program.
  • Supervises faculty and mentors within their appointed program.

Clinical Management

  • Supports and contributes to staff development efforts to ensure competency in established professional Standards of Practice, departmental policy, procedure and protocols and awareness of professional, organizational, fiscal and healthcare trends.
  • Establishes and maintains standards for Physical Therapy care to ensure compliance with professional, ethical, legal and regulatory and organizational standards.
  • Maintains personal professional and job-related competency; keeps abreast of trends and developments in the profession.
  • Functions as a clinical and patient care resource to staff, patients and families.
  • Assures compliance with accreditation and licensure requirements for all residents and fellows within the residency and fellowship programs.

Program Development

  • Maintains ongoing intra and inter-departmental coordination and communication for the purpose of program development and improved service delivery.
  • Develops and maintains collaborative relationships with external agencies/individuals who may provide a service and/or role within the residency or fellowship.
  • Interprets performance improvement data and implements change.
  • Ensures state of the art treatment is provided in accordance with professional standards of practice, fiscal, ethical and legal parameters.
  • Actively recruits and communicates with potential applicants from within Brooks as well as from outside.
  • Promotes the program through support of and participation in educational opportunities.
  • Assists with development of the curriculum for the clinical residency and fellowship programs in conjunction with the Residency/Fellowship Program Manager.

Qualifications:

  • Physical Therapist, licensed in the State of Florida. Minimum of five years experience in physical therapy with experience in the following areas:
    • Clinical mentoring;
    • Didactic and Psychomotor teaching within a clinical residency and/or fellowship preferred;
    • Scholarly Activities (such as publications, presentations, etc);
    • Advanced clinical practice skills;
    • DPT and/or advanced clinical degree preferred;
    • Completion of a clinical residency and/or a clinical fellowship preferred;
    • Residency and fellowship curriculum design, development, and evaluation preferred; and
    • ABPTS Certification within specialty area for residencies and/or Advanced recognition/certification (such as FAAOMPT) for fellowship faculty is preferred.

Recommended Skills

  • Clinical Practices
  • Clinical Works
  • Confidentiality
  • Conflict Resolution
  • Ethics
  • Leadership
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