Under the direction of Clinical Manager, administers Occupational Therapy treatment to patients requiring professional therapy services. Acts as case manager for the patients receiving care if Nursing and Physical Therapy are no longer involved with the case. Monitors and maintains insurance authorization, teaches and supervises the patient/family and other members of health care team.
What You Need to Be Successful:
Licensed Occupational Therapist in the state of Maryland. Graduate of an approved AOTA school. Maintains current CPR. At least two years of current therapy practice in a clinical setting. Strong foundations in Occupational Therapy clinical practice.