Physical Therapist Assistant / PTA - PRN
Physical Therapist Assistant / PTA / Physical Therapy Our Company: HCR ManorCare the leading provider of short- and long-term medical and rehabilitation care is seeking a passionate and driven Physical Therapist Assistant / PTA. If you are looking for a challenging and rewarding career assisting our patients in a time of need, then we are looking for YOU! Our caring philosophy and commitment: Our Physical Therapist Assistants / PTA are the cornerstone to HCR Manor Care's commitment to caring. Working in the health care environment can be very demanding, and it is our goal to provide the tools to help our Physical Therapist Assistants / PTA understand and commit to the philosophy that defines our culture. Our strength is not just quality of care, but also our quality of caring. We are interested in employing Physical Therapist Assistants / PTA who are as passionate as we are about ensuring that our patients and residents receive the care and support services they need and deserve. Network of more than 500 in-house long-term care centers, assisted living facilities, outpatient rehabilitation clinics, and home health care & hospice offices Outcomes comparable to and often exceeding those of acute care and rehab hospitals in a more cost-effective setting State-of-the-art equipment and clean and spacious rehab gyms Professional growth and opportunities for advancement Flexible scheduling available at select locations Mentorship and growth opportunities Competitive wages Free on-Line CEU Program for full-time/part-time employees (PRN discounted) in addition to in-house CEU's provided Comprehensive benefits package A Physical Therapist Assistant performs physical therapy programs under the general supervision of a physical therapist unless the state practice is more stringent. 527 - ManorCare Health Services - Arlington, Virginia Experience Prior experience preferred. Physical Demands Lifting 50 pounds maximum with frequent lifting and carrying of objects weighing up to 25 pounds. Walking, standing, bending, stooping and sitting for prolonged periods. Full use of gross and fine motor skills of the upper and lower extremities.