Occupational Therapist COTA - I/P Rehabilitation Medicine
1. Provides therapy treatments
2. Completes documentation
3. Analyzes and manages patient information
4. Demonstrates the knowledge and skills appropriate to the age of the patient.
5. Performs operational tasks in response to department needs
6. Demonstrates efficient patient scheduling and rehab care, time management; accurate and timely charge entry to facilitate reimbursement.
7. Maintains patient care and patient/staff safety
a. Graduate of an accredited occupational assistant school required
b. Licensed to practice as a occupational therapist assistant in the State of Maryland required
c. BLS for Healthcare Providers AHA certification required
d. Prior experience in acute care preferred
e. Strong customer service skills
f. Effective verbal and written communication skills in English
g. Basic PC skills such as e-mail, internet and Microsoft Word
Weekend days available.
Come meet Paul Davis, Director of WAH's Rehab and his great team - you'll see the difference.
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