Supervisor Rehabilitation Services
Founded in 1955 Dignity Health – Northridge Hospital Medical Center is a 394-bed acute care nonprofit community hospital located in Northridge California. The hospital offers a full complement of award winning services including the Leavey Cancer Center a cardiovascular center stroke center the Center for Assault Treatment Services a pediatric medical center and the only pediatric trauma center in the San Fernando Valley. As a leading provider of compassionate high-quality and affordable patient-centered care we share a rich legacy with Dignity Health one of the nation’s five largest health care systems. We are part of a 21-state network of nearly 9000 physicians 62000 employees and more than 400 care centers. Visit dignityhealth.org/northridgehospital for more information.
- Develops and maintains core competencies and behavioral skill sets that support exceptional patient and co-worker experiences consistent with Dignity Health core values; provides timely and effective direct patient care in a professional compassionate and timely manner; identifies and responds to the needs and expectations of all customers both internal and external.
- Develops and implements policies and procedures to maintain Program compliance with accreditation certification licensure government and other regulatory requirements and ensures understanding across staff.
- Identifies and projects present and future Program needs as well as develops new programs or makes program changes as appropriate to ensure quality and competitiveness in community; implements systems to successfully meet reporting requirements/
- Facilitates the development of cross-functional interdisciplinary and patient-focused teams; provides effective orientation training education and development of staff so that services are delivered to the satisfaction of patients physicians and referrers; directs evaluates and supervises Program staff; maintains open communication and collaboration with other departments and individuals in resolving issues affecting the delivery of care.
Education and Experience:
- Graduation from a school of Physical Occupational or Speech Therapy approved by that disciplines regulatory body.
- Minimum of two (2) years clinical experience within specialty area preferred. Prefer a minimum of one year experience in a leadership role (e.g.. Therapy Advancement Program Lead Therapist).
- Current and active Physical Therapy Occupational Therapy or Speech Therapy license in the applicable state where employed.
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