- Entry level
- No Education
- Salary to negotiate
- Menifee County
Come join BrightStar Care, a client-centric team that holds value in honest and serving with passion.
Our higher-standard way has brought BrightStar to the top of Home Health care and we want individuals with desire to maintain such standards and change people’s live for the better.
Our commitment to incorporating advance technology has offered our employees an opportunity to deliver their best performance.
The Physical must be able to evaluate the patient’s condition and develop an individualized plan tailored to each client based on the physician’s orders.
Help clients enhance strength, range of motion, flexibility, and minimize pain or discomfort.
Work as much or as little as you want, with our highly flexible schedule, work full and part-time, nights, weekends, and holidays.
Serving clients from our office in Menifee / Sun City, and surrounding areas such as Riverside, Corona, Moreno Valley, Hemet, San Jacinto, Perris, Nuevo, Romoland, Canyon Lake, Quail Valley, Lake Elsinore, Wildomar, Winchester, Murrieta, and Temecula.
- Weekly pay with direct deposit
- GPS time and attendance technology enhances your access to key scheduling and care information
- Free continuing education, comprehensive orientation, ongoing recognition opportunities
- Work as often as you want on a variety of assignments, procedures, and treatments
- Flexible weekday, weekend, holidays; morning, afternoon, and night opportunities; in-home and facility based placements
- One to one patient care (Growth potential; including Alzheimer's care via our proprietary Dementia Connections Training)
- Work cooperatively with physicians to develop care and treatment plan that is appropriate for client’s home environment, especially as it relates to fall risk, interventions, and home safety
- Assess for muscle strength, mobility, gait, range of motion and pain and select appropriate treatment and assistive devices, instructing family and caregivers on use of devices
- Report client’s response to treatment or changes in condition to the Director of Nursing and physician
- Initiate physical therapy program and instructs other personnel, including family members and caregivers, in specific phases of physical therapy with which they may assist with the client care
- Prepare clinical and progress summaries, as well as participate in discharge planning.
A copy of the summaries will be submitted to the Director of Nursing
- Treat clients, families, and staff with courtesy and respect
- Graduated with a master’s or higher degree in physical therapy from an accredited physical therapy program
- Passed a National Physical Therapy Examination (NPTE) and/or state examination required by the state
- State licensure in state where care is being provided
- Two (2) years of appropriate experience as a physical therapist.
Community/home health is preferred
- Adhere to HIPAA and maintain client confidentiality
- Join our Award Winning Organization - Home Care Pulse - Best of Home Care - Leader in Excellence - Provider of Choice - Employer of Choice - Joint Commission Accredited - Enterprise Champion for Quality.
Employee of the Month.
Caregiver and Nurse of the Year
We are an Equal Opportunity Employer and do not discriminate against applicants due to race, ethnicity, gender, veteran status, or on the basis of disability or any other federal, state or local protected class.
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