Part-time Physical Therapist - West Valley City, UT!
Company: Premise Health
Posted on: March 28, 2020
We have an opening for a Part-Time (24 hrs/wk) Physical
Therapist to work at our employer health center located in in West
Valley City, Utah. Premise Health is a leading worksite health and
patient engagement company dedicated to improving the cost and
quality of employee healthcare. We believe healthcare should be
about helping people get, stay and be well. That's our mission and
it's the foundation of everything we do. With more than 40 years of
experience, Premise Health manages more than 500 worksite-based
health and wellness centers across the country. The company serves
more than 200 of the nation's leading employers, including a
significant number of the Fortune 1000. Summary Perform
evidence-based, outpatient orthopedic physical therapy in a
collaborative, multidisciplinary Health Center with the objective
of helping patients get, stay and be well. Essential Job
- Premise Health Physical Therapists work in collaboration with
other Health Center staff members including, doctors, NPs, PAs,
nurses, dietitians, wellness coaches, as well as community
providers to promote health and wellness to onsite employees and
- Our physical therapist practice according to APTA professional
standards, recognizing the importance of current physical therapy
research, critical clinical reasoning and the patient's values when
evaluating, assessing and developing a treatment plan for each
- We successfully promote direct access to physical therapy
services at the majority of our Health Centers, as such our PTs are
able to practice at their highest skill level.
- Continuity of care and patient-centeredness are hallmarks of
the Premise Health mission and as such, our PTs are expected to
demonstrate excellent interpersonal communication by participating
in Health Center meetings, patient care meetings and through their
documentation and reporting to onsite and community referral
- Physical therapists participate in continuing competence
activities including peer review, presentations, and optionally
- Onsite PTs may work closely with our client's stakeholders
including, safety officers, ergonomists, human resources and other
vendors to promote employee safety in the workplace.
- Depending on the workplace setting and the scope of services, a
Premise Health PT is able to effect positive behavior change in the
eligible population, beyond the clinical setting by:
- Developing and administering injury prevention and health
promotion presentations, workshops and other programming for the
onsite employees and other eligible populations.
- Teaching "real time" proper body mechanics at the employee's
- Assessing and correcting poor ergonomics.
- Developing and administering specific programs when a need is
identified. Examples of programs our therapists have developed are:
Weekend Warrior musculoskeletal screens, Triathlon preparation
workshops, Health Back Programs, and Stretch and Flex exercise
- Bachelor's degree (B. A.) from four-year college or university
is required; Master's degree is preferred
- Licensed as a Physical Therapist
- Current Certification in AHA or ARC Basic Life Support for
healthcare provider is required.
- At least three years' experience as a Physical Therapist in an
outpatient physical therapy clinic or other ambulatory care clinic.
Outpatient orthopedic experience is required.
- Knowledge of Internet software and Word Processing
- Knowledge and experience with Electronic Medical Records
- Knowledge of workplace health and safety concepts and OSHA
regulations in occupational health settings preferred. If you want
to join a team of knowledgeable, compassionate, like-minded
healthcare professionals, join Premise Health for an unlimited
opportunity with the company that is changing the face and the
place of the healthcare industry as we know it. We are an equal
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