d them (if they ever bothered to ask) that they could reapply to other roles in the future. They missed their chance this time, but I don't hold a grudge if they can learn from their mistakes.
It's true, though, that this is outrageous because it isn't common. Nearly all of the candidates I've ever worked with are incredibly professional and make a great impression.…
nts. As to the American trained, many of my doc hiring clients want to be sure that the docs they hire have top quality educational background and can be licensed. Many will take a foreign doc if they did their residency or fellowship in the U.S. but they do have to speak English well or will have a problem communicating with patients. If a practice is patient facing, as opposed to pathology or radiology, the communication skills are vital or patients will not be comfortable with the doc.
In rural areas and with practices that have an older patient base American trained and good english is absolutely a requirement or the doc will be playing on social media all day with no patients except emergencies. A lot of the foreign docs will go to remote areas at first but they don't much like it there either and are more than ready to get back to a metro area where they are a better fit. The recently out of residency is normally due to being afordable or having a number of older docs who want to retire so they want to bring in some younger docs to help fund their retirement.
If there is a valid reason for their candidate profile i would try for the ideal candidate knowing those reasons and understanding them is the key. I would also send other candidates who may not fit the ideal but if we know they will not hire, why put everybody through that drill?…
can find people that have done implementation work on Meditech. They have to be pretty high level consultants who are willing to travel to various locations. They also must come from a nursing background because they are working on the patient care side of the software - not the billing side of the software.
Any help would be greatly appreciated - THANKS!
won't owe them a living any more. this was about 2 months ago here in Melbourne. Judging by the rooms reaction, it surprised people.
I had to go back to basics of job search for them. Work hard, market yourself, get in front of people, look the part or talk to people at least and FOLLOW up respectfully. Be realistic, positive and patient!…
out asking a patient to disrobe for an exam?
"Wow, uh, this is weird. I'm going to suggest something here that, well, uh, might just freak you out a bit.....so hopefully you won't mind...........You're going to, uh, well, how do I say this....I need you to, uhm, well.....geez this is awkward.....don't freak out on my but you'll need to, uh.........."…
Must be proficient in occupational therapy treatment for acute care, in and out patient
Possess knowledge for treatment of neonates, pediatrics, adolescents, adults, and geriatrics.
Understand and able to adjust treatment plans according to the motor development stages.
Possess the ability to coordinate physician, therapist, patient, and family goals into an
appropriate plan of care.
Must be able to educate patient and family about disease process precaution limitations or
sensations related to the patient's condition either verbally or written
Must be able to treat patients and document appropriately and effectively.
Minimum Education - Bachelor's Degree
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United States, Texas, Houston , 77030
Salary: From $28.0 - To $35.0 Per Hour
Benefits: Excellent Benefits!
Dynamic acute rehab facility has an immediate employment opportunity for an exceptional Occupational Therapist to join our staff. Whether you are a seasoned healthcare professional, a or even a practitioner re-entering the workforce, our facility has the tools to training and support to help you become the best of the best. With a large network of programs in diverse care settings, advanced training, competitive compensation, an incremental bonus plan, and a full range of employee benefits, we have an opportunity for you.
BASIC FUNCTION: Assesses patients then develops and initiates treatment plans based on the results of the evaluation. The evaluation may include tests and measurement of physical, cognitive, perceptual and/or developmental skill as they relate to maximizing the clients level of independence in the occupational performance areas along the continuum of life. Provides direct patient care. Documents findings, progress and instruction to patients and caregivers. May assist Level II & III occupational therapists, manger and director with program development. After specified time period may provide training and guidance to students and interns. Supervises assistants and rehabilitation technicians with regards to individual patient care.
Must be able to demonstrate knowledge and skills necessary to provide care appropriate to the patient served. He/she must demonstrate knowledge of the principles of growth and development as it relates to the different life cycles. Specific age groups that are served by this position are circled
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Phone: 713-861-8656 x 118
Location: United States, Texas, Houston, 77030…
ic, or neurological disorders. The Nurse Manager
will organize training, coordinate patient care, and may perform care for
specific patients in a top rehabilitation facility.