The Occupational Therapist- Inpatient is located in Indianapolis, Indiana.
The Occupational Therapist evaluates, plans, and provides therapy for patients
Experience as an Occupational Therapist working in an adult setting
A minimum of a Bachelor of Science degree from and accredited OT program is required.
Must have a valid Indiana Occupational Therapist license or temporary permit.
Must be knowledgeable in anatomy/physiology, evaluation, therapy, theoretical concepts and techniques, current materials and technological advances, and new professional trends
Must be able to effectively provide quality service to impaired individuals
Ability to incorporate a basic understanding of the behaviors, developmental needs, physical needs, emotional needs, and comfort of the child, adolescent, adult, and geriatric patient
Ability to communicate effectively with staff, peers, patients, families, physicians, and all internal/external customers required
OT, Occupational Therapist, Therapy, Inpatient, Community Hospital East, PRN hours as needed hours
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