Post Acute Medical

  • Certified Occupational Therapy Assistant

    Job Location US-OK-Tulsa
    PAM Specialty Hospital of Tulsa, a Post Acute Medical Hospital
    # of Openings
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    Certified Occupational Therapy Assistant  (COTA) / Licensed Occupational Therapy Assistant (LOTA)

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    Post Acute Medical is committed to being the most trusted source for post-acute services in every community it serves by utilizing highly trained and dedicated staff to provide high quality patient care and customer service across the country.  With 27 Long Term Acute Care and Rehabilitation facilities currently serving our local communities, we are proud to offer a variety of services including comprehensive wound care, aquatic therapy, ventilator weaning, amputation treatment, pain management and much more.


    Full-Time Post Acute Medical Employees benefit from:

    • Working in a collaborative environment with colleagues and leadership
    • Exposure to a variety of patient care levels
    • Competitive pay and generous Paid Benefit Time
    • Excellent Medical, Dental, and Vision insurance, as well as supplemental insurances
    • Mobile phone discounts with Verizon and AT&T
    • Employee referral bonus program for select skillsets
    • Professional growth through our Education Advancement Program
    • A shared mission to improve the lives of others by being an integral part of our We Care Program 


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    The Certified Occupational Therapy Assistant  (COTA) / Licensed Occupational Therapy Assistant (LOTA) will be primarily responsible for:

    • Direct patient care
    • Planning and implementing specific treatment programs for individual patients according to the principles and practices of occupational therapy in the system
    • Being flexible to meet the needs of the system within many different facilities
    • Assisting the occupational therapist in evaluation and assessment of clients of varying diagnoses and ages within the scope of the code of ethics and the law
    • Initiating and performing screening process and collects information for the OTR/LOT’s review, as delegated and as appropriate
    • Collecting data or information for the evaluation as delegated by the OTR, as appropriate
    • Executing appropriate treatment plans for patients, as recommended by the Occupational Therapist
    • Demonstrating competency in performing a variety of treatment skills such as therapeutic exercise, modalities, ADL's, functional training, and procuring and instructing clients in equipment use per Occupational Therapist’s recommendations
    • Identifying and implementing appropriate client/family education in consultation with the Occupational Therapist

    • Developing and maintaining high quality occupational therapy services in the clinic to clients’ diagnoses and ages

    • Demonstrating competency in clinically supervising rehabilitation technicians in consultation with the Occupational Therapist

    • Demonstrating competency in clinically supervising occupational therapy assistant students in consultation with the Occupational Therapist


    The Certified Occupational Therapy Assistant  (COTA) / Licensed Occupational Therapy Assistant (LOTA) must:

    • Be a graduate of an approved two-year program for Occupational Therapy Assistants as approved by the A.O.T.A., and eligible for licensure by the Board of Occupational Therapy Examiners for the state in which the facility resides
    • Have successfully completed an Occupational Therapy Assistant curriculum approved by the A.O.T.A.
    • Have a current CPR certification and maintain same
    • One year of rehabilitation experience with adult and pediatric is preferred


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