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Healthcare Specialist

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HealthcareSpecialist

Training or Education and Experience:

Minimum of one year experience in home health care. Must be at least a Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN). Registered Respiratory Therapist (RRT) or a Certified Respiratory Therapy Technician (CRTT) would be a plus. Must have excellent human relations skills to interface with doctors, other referral sources and patients.

Job Duties:

Responsibilities include the following essential functions:

  • Performs equipment setups in a timely and professional manner. Generally responsible for the setup of highly technical equipment such as ventilators, monitors and CPAP units. Incumbent may perform setup of all types of oxygen equipment as well.
  • Provides patient education as an intricate part of the patient care activity according to the patient need and Generations policy.
  • Performs complete and professional patient assessments in accordance with Generations policies and procedures.
  • Maintains current knowledge of respiratory home care techniques and relevant respiratory therapy concepts.
  • Represents Generations through professional personal appearance, patient care activities and content of written reports.
  • Facilitates prescription collection.

Job descriptions are written in a general way and include a sufficient number of duties to determine the level and degree of skill and responsibility required of the job.

Physical Therapist

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PhysicalTherapist

Training or Education and Experience:

Physical therapists must have an advanced degree. This can be a Master of Physical Therapy degree or, more commonly, a Doctor of Physical Therapy degree. The doctoral program lasts approximately 3 years and require a bachelor's degree.

Job Duties:

  • Review patients’ medical history and any referrals or notes from doctors or surgeons
  • Diagnose patients’ dysfunctional movements by observing them stand or walk and by listening to their concerns, among other methods
  • Set up a plan of care for patients, outlining the patient’s goals and the expected outcome of the plan
  • Use exercises, stretching maneuvers, hands-on therapy, and equipment to ease patients’ pain, help them increase their mobility, prevent further pain or injury, and facilitate health and wellness.
  • Evaluate a patient’s progress, modifying a plan of care and trying new treatments as needed
  • Educate patients and their families about what to expect from and how best to cope with the recovery process

Job descriptions are written in a general way and include a sufficient number of duties to determine the level and degree of skill and responsibility required of the job.