PRN Occupational Therapist

A Staff Occupational Therapist assists patient to regain daily living skills both in the patient’s home and in the outpatient and inpatient settings.  This includes administration and implementation of the treatment program and participation in discharge planning. 

  • Supports and promotes an environment conducive with the Mission, Vision and Values of the hospital        
  • Administers various evaluations to determine patient’s functional level and needs
  • Develops goals and appropriate treatment plan considering evaluation results, medical status, patient needs, patient age and probable discharge situation in collaboration with patient, significant others and other health care personal
  • Perform patient tests, measurements, and evaluations, such as range-of-motion and manual muscle test, gait and functional analyses, and body parts measurements, then records and evaluates findings to assist in establishing or revising specifics of the individualized treatment program
  • Performs necessary therapeutic treatments in accordance with the plan of care to restore function, relieve pain, and prevent disability following disease or injury
  • Supervises and instructs patients in safe and functional mobility skills, fit and use of assistive devices and appropriate therapeutic exercises, modality use and wound/burn care                        
  • Takes an active role in patient care conferences and/or communicates with the physicians and others on the health care team and make appropriate referrals
  • Re-evaluates patient status as prescribed by policy and modifies treatment plans based on patient’s response to treatment modalities
  • Participates in discharge planning
  • Provides onsite supervisory visit for every 10 OTA visits or at least once during any 2-month period, performing specific visit requirements
  • Coordinate and directs activities for MMS
  • Prepares patient documentation for the medical record accurately, thoroughly, within the prescribed timeframes using clear succinct objective language
  • Maintain confidentiality of all patient, hospital or physician related information
  • Maintain orderly condition of assigned work area
  • Is knowledgeable of general hospital and department specific policies and procedures
  • Other duties many be assigned and are subject to change with or without prior notice.


  • Graduate of an Occupational Therapy curriculum accredited jointly by the Council on Medical Education of the American Medical Association and the American Occupational Therapy Association
  • Ability to pass specific competencies for this position
  • Proficient oral and written communication                    
  • 1 year outpatient or inpatient therapy setting experience preferred
  • Maintains required and approved CEU to maintain licensure
  • BLS Required

Apply Online!

Website design by: Legato Healthcare Marketing