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Hospital role for Occupational Therapist

Job description

About our client

Be part of a local, world-class hospital, dedicated to caring for people and families living in Macarthur, Wingecarribee, Wollondilly and the neighbouring south western suburbs of Sydney.

You will be part of an expert team of surgeons, specialist doctors, dedicated nurses and Allied Health professionals who come together to ensure our patients get the absolute best experience while in our care.

Supported by the latest technology and robotics, they offer the full range of rehabilitation, surgical and medical specialities, giving you the opportunity to work in the areas you love, while also allowing you to further specialise in the clinical areas you want. We are renowned for In-patient rehabilitation and day rehabilitation for orthopaedic, cardiac, geriatric and neurological programs.

About the role

You will plan, assess, implement and evaluate clinical care in collaboration with patients/families and the multidisciplinary team so as to achieve identified goals and health outcomes.

· Contribute to the coordination of clinical care whilst working in partnership with the allied health team, nursing and non-clinical staff providing direct and indirect clinical input, direction and guidance

· Incorporate the provision of education and support to patients and their carer/family for the management of their health recovery, rehabilitation and discharge plans

· Conduct individual and group therapy programs

· Commit to an ongoing learning and professional development portfolio to ensure case mix requirements are supported and registration requirements are met.

Essential Criteria:

· Current registration with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency

· Generalist clinical experience, hospital based rehabilitation experience desirable

· Experience with Lymphoedema, UL Therapy, amputation etc will be beneficial

· Excellent time management, communication and organisation skills

· Ability to work independently and as part of a multidisciplinary team

· Highly developed communication skills and interpersonal skills

· Commitment to interdisciplinary teamwork

· Flexibility in managing a varied caseload and implementing group and individual programs

If you would like to discuss this fantastic opportunity further please contact Imogen Cole on – 0295495759 or email [email protected]

Eastern Suburbs Sydney, New South Wales
Medical and Nursing

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