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Clinic Leader-New clinic in Boise

7425 W Saxton Dr, Boise, ID 83714, USA Req #791
Monday, October 31, 2022
$85,000 to $125,000

Therapeutic Associates Physical Therapy- NW Boise

https://www.therapeuticassociates.com/locations/idaho/treasure-valley-boise/nw-boise/

Are you a physical therapist that is ready to take that next step in your career and become a Clinic Leader? Are you seeking an opportunity within an organization that values quality care?  If an innovative, fun and collaborative environment where you can make a difference every day sparks your interest, then we’re interested in talking to you!

 

Therapeutic Associates, Inc. is seeking a Clinic Leader for our clinic in Nampa, ID. TAI specializes in orthopedics and manual therapy and pride ourselves on our one-on-one patient care and strong relationships with referral sources. Our organization is committed to the highest level of patient care, continued education, professional development, and community involvement.

What We Offer:  

  • Cash incentive based on experience and fit
    • Sign-On Bonus
    • Relocation Package
    • Student Debt Repayment Program
  • Competitive base pay + Performance-based incentives
    • $85,000 to $125,000 annual salary plus bonus structure incentive
  • Generous Benefits Package
    • Medical/Dental/Vision Insurance  
    • Interactive Wellness Program with rewards for balanced, healthy living
    • Life & AD&D, Long Term Disability, Professional Liability Insurance
    • Paid time off (Vacation, holidays, personal, charitable giving days, etc.)
    • 401k and profit-sharing program  
  • Generous Continuing Education Package
    • Con Ed Stipend & Time Off
    • PT Cohort Experience including NAIOMT Foundational Course Work (QTRLY in person)
    • MedBridge Learning Subscription
    • Mentorship Program
    • Orthopedic Residency Program
  • Community and philanthropic support through individual grants and paid time off     

Overview:

 

The Clinic Leader is responsible for most aspects of clinic operations such as patient care, professional growth, clinic growth, clinic safety, meeting company standards, meeting corporate compliance standards, participating in regional and other leadership meetings, reviewing clinic and therapist performance reports and budgets, conducting staff performance appraisals, and maintaining appropriate staffing levels. 

 

Clinic Leaders manage their businesses in the highest professional and ethical manner with guidance from managing directors, TAI administrators and peers, keeping quality patient care top of mind and ensuring that their staff members, referral sources, and all other customers understand and participate in TAI’s values. 

 

Job Responsibilities:

  • Demonstrates competency in providing quality physical therapy services to patients including evaluation, intervention, education, treatment planning and implementation, graduation (discharge) planning, related documentation and communication. 
  • Documents all evaluations, treatment and coordination of care contacts via appropriate facility policies.  
  • Complies with company standards in patient outcomes reporting and maintains an acceptable level of (clinical and patient satisfaction) outcomes performance. 
  • Responsible for day-to-day supervision and personnel management of clinic staff. Includes, but is not limited to, setting performance goals with employees, performing and documenting counseling/warning meetings with employees as needed, conducting annual performance appraisals (at minimum) with staff.  
  • Coordinates and assigns staff/patient schedules. 
  • Responsible for clinic growth by way of marketing and other relationship-building planning and activity.  Commits to the promotion of the clinic, of TAI and of the profession in general via a variety of internal and external marketing engagements.    
  • Achieves operations standards, including reaching minimum productivity and treatment standards, and staying within budget for both profit and cost centers. 
  • Other duties as needed   

Education and Experience:

  • Must have an appropriate current state license, CPR certification and any other state mandated licenses/certifications to practice as a Physical Therapist.
  • Bachelor’s or higher degree in Physical Therapy from an institution accredited by Commission on Accreditation in Physical Therapy Education.   
  • Minimum of two years of experience as a Physical Therapist in an outpatient, orthopaedic setting.

 Who We Are:

  • Legacy — Therapeutic Associates is the pioneer of outpatient physical therapy.  Since its founding in 1952, the Company has thrived by adhering to the highest standards of excellence, adapting and innovating while serving patients with quality care and compassion.  We continue to be an important part of leading and advocating for the advancement of our profession.  
  • Independence within Partnership — Therapeutic Associates is made up of a partnership of unique clinics, each locally directed by physical therapists who are dedicated to their patients, their communities and to our profession.  Our clinics are managed by owners and clinic leaders who have the support and resources of our large organization combined with the freedom to make decisions with their teams to best serve their patients and community.  
Category: PhysicalTherapistIdaho

Other details

  • Job Family Clinical Licensed Therapist Professional
  • Pay Type Salary
  • Min Hiring Rate $85,000.00
  • Max Hiring Rate $125,000.00
  • Required Education Doctorate
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