Relocation assistance available to eligible candidates!
The home health rehab clinician provides direct patient care in the patient's home environment as part of a multidisciplinary team including nursing, PT, OT, speech, social work and home health techs. The clinician will evaluate patients and use professional judgment to design the individualized plan of care which best meets the patient's needs. The clinician will provide direct, one-on-one patient care, and will also supervise care provided by assistants. The home health agency relies heavily on technology; email is a primary means of communication and the clinician will use a laptop to complete documentation in an electronic record. The patient population varies widely across the spectrums of acuity, age, and diagnosis. The clinician works under the direction of a clinical team manager with support from a rehab clinical coordinator. Employment begins with a 4-6 week orientation with a seasoned preceptor to ensure that the clinician is well prepared when they begin treating on their own. Additional job duties include performance improvement opportunities, policy and procedure review and development, research, etc. Working in home health provides endless variety of setting, scenery, and clinical challenges, and provides a unique opportunity to enter and work within the real life environments of our patients, bringing meaningful change to their daily lives.
Masters degree and CCC (or CFY eligible) in Speech/Language Pathology.
Virginia licensure or eligible (PT, OT and SLP) and/or West Virginia licensure or eligible.
Basic computer and keyboarding skills or participation in computer training within the first year of employment.
Competent to successfully interact with patients, according to their special needs which may apply based upon the age of the patient served.
Valley Health is a not-for-profit health system dedicated to meeting the medical needs of West Virginia, Maryland, and the Top of Virginia. Our hospitals throughout the area partner with local communities to rebuild health. With award-winning hospitals, advanced medical services, and cutting-edge technology, Valley Health has been recognized as a leader in healthcare services. We care about giving... back and bringing together communities to provide the care local residents need. Our system’s history goes back to 1903, when our first hospital opened its door with just 36 beds. Now, with a combined 604 inpatient beds, 166 long-term care beds, 5,300 employees, and 500 medical staff, we have grown to meet the medical needs of our region. Our nationally recognized and trusted hospitals lead with innovative health care and always remained focused on patients first.