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Estimated Pay $28 per hour
Hours Full-time, Part-time
Location Lebanon, Maine

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FUNCTION: Patient Care/Clinic Operations


Provide assessments/evaluations and other physical therapy services to patients and/or clients for the purpose of injury prevention and rehabilitation as well as health promotion. Participate in activities and training to promote and attain regulatory compliance at the local, state and federal level.


  • Evaluate patients/clients, develop a plan of care with associated goals including quantifiable physical and functional targets
  • Provide assessments, treatments, instructions and other physical therapy services according to the scope of practice limitations per State statute
  • Retain the responsibility for all delegated tasks to other licensees and support personnel. Ensure proper and adequate supervision of the Physical Therapist Assistant and support personnel
  • Participate in professional and facility enhancement programs and activities as required by the Director of Clinical Services
  • Ensure proficient services through proper patient and equipment scheduling
  • Comply with the Facility's Comprehensive Compliance Plan (CCP) which includes but is not limited to: Business & Clinical Operations, Environmental Health & Safety, HIPAA, Human Resources and Code of Conduct as well as all facility policies and procedures and educational requirements associated the CCP
  • Comply with all local, state and federal regulations training and instruction requirements as well as any other standards that govern healthcare services provision
  • Assist with and/or carry out routine cleaning, maintenance support operations of the clinic's physical plant, patient care equipment and supplies in accordance with regulatory standards and EHS policies and procedures
  • Carry out EHS duties as designated policy and Owners



  • Graduate of a Physical Therapy Program approved by the Commission for the Accreditation of Physical Therapy Education.
  • Licensed to practice Physical Therapy in New Hampshire
  • A person who demonstrates the physical and mental capabilities (practical &/or written, post training competency test) to perform the duties required of the position.
  • A person who can meet the physical demand level of the position.


Consistent with published industry PDC norms or minimally:

  • Requires the manual dexterity and general strength and endurance
  • Liftingroutinely loads of 5-35 pounds from
  • Floor to waist
  • Waist to shoulder
  • Shoulder to overhead
  • Carryingroutinely loads of 5-10# for 40-50'
  • Pushing---routinely loads of 5-150# on casters, runners or pulleys
  • Sustaining a grip---routinely for 1-2 minutes of 40-50#
  • Guarding a lift load routinely of 120-140#


  • Has the potential for Hazardous Substance Exposure due to work duties
  • Has the potential for Bloodborne Pathogen Exposure due to work duties


  • Has been determined as eligible for access to/use of PHI & EPHI based on work duties and responsibilities in compliance with minimal necessary' standards

Annual HIPAA, Infection Control, Blood borne Pathogens, Safety, Hazard and Hazard Communication Training and Fraud and Abuse training is current.

Annual TB questionnaire and any necessary testing complete.

Confidentiality and Security Statements reviewed and are in good standing.