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“Sustaining a thriving, highly-specialized medical practice for more than 45 years is not easy. It can only be accomplished if you consistently hire the best people and provide an environment that unites advanced training, research and teamwork--all centered on state-of-the-art care and exceptional patient outcomes.”
~~~ A. Lee Osterman, M.D., President, Philadelphia Hand to Shoulder Center
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Job Title: X-Ray Tech/ Clinical Assistant
Willingness To Travel:
834 Chestnut Street
Philadelphia, PA 19107
The Philadelphia Hand to Shoulder Center has an exciting Full time opportunity for an experienced Hand Therapists (Occupational or Physical Therapists) to join our therapy department. Our therapists work closely with our nationally ranked Hand Surgeons in the evaluation and management of a wide variety of upper extremity conditions and procedures, setting the standard for care of the hand, wrist, arm, elbow and shoulder.
At the Philadelphia Hand to Shoulder Center, we diagnose, treat, repair and manage the complete rehabilitation of injuries to the hand, wrist, elbow, arms and shoulder. Patients from elite athletes and active adults to children and disabled seniors with unique care requirements turn to the Philadelphia Hand to Shoulder Center for expert care. By combining dedication to research, education, training, high levels of patient satisfaction and quality outcomes, Philadelphia Hand to Shoulder Center continue to lead the way to recovery for their patients. Recognized as one of the World’s leading centers for upper extremity care.
Job Type: Part-time or PRN
Education and or Experience:
Occupational Therapy or Physical Therapy licensure in both Pennsylvania and New Jersey required, Certification in Hand Therapy preferred. The ideal candidate will have strong orthotic fabrication skills and knowledge of postoperative and acute care management, including treatment of the shoulder as well as the hand, arm, wrist and elbow. The positions offer a competitive salary and benefits package as well as unparalleled continuing education opportunities with our annual Rehabilitation of the Hand Symposium.
St. Clare Building, Suite 335
1203 Langhorne-Newtown Road
Langhorne, PA 19047
We are looking for a strong, dedicated and detail-oriented person who will support the day-to-day operations of our outpatient physical/occupational therapy offices. Must be a team player, able to communicate well and work with little supervision at times. The selected individual will be the first point of contact, greeting patients, answering/returning patient and internal calls, collecting copayments, verifying insurances, obtaining authorizations and scheduling return patients for therapy for our office locations. Other duties include: inventory control, set up equipment for therapists as indicated, organize and prepare paperwork daily, maintain cleaning, temperature and calibration records, perform other duties as assigned by supervisor. Individual must contribute to a positive work atmosphere by demonstrating and communicating in a professional manner so as to foster positive relations with customers, patients, co-workers, and managers.
At the Philadelphia Hand to Shoulder Center, we diagnose, treat, repair and manage the complete rehabilitation of injuries to the hand, wrist, elbow, arms and shoulder. Patients from elite athletes and active adults to children and disabled seniors with unique care requirements turn to the Philadelphia Hand to Shoulder Centers for expert care. By combining dedication to research, education, training, high levels of patient satisfaction and quality outcomes, Philadelphia Hand to Shoulder Centers continue to lead the way to recovery for their patients. Recognized as one of the World’s leading centers for upper extremity care.
Qualifications and Skills
- High School Graduate
- One (1) or more related years of experience in medical / therapy clinical environment
- Demonstrated ability to communicate effectively
- Knowledge of and experience with computers, word processing systems and data entry
- Knowledge of and experience with electronic medical records (EMRs) preferred
- Ability to multi-task and prioritize
- Ability to travel and cover (25% of the time) additional offices as needed
Full-time employees are eligible for our outstanding health benefits, paid time off, retirement savings options and much more. Our offices are closed evenings, weekends and holidays!
Job Type: Full-time
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