NYU Langone Medical Center
New York City, NY, United States
Healthcare, Physical Therapy
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We have an exciting opportunity to join our team as a FGP Physical Thrpy Aide(37.5).
In this role, the successful candidate Assists in the delivery of Therapy services as indicated for all rehabilitation disciplines (e.g. Speech, Occupational, and
Performs other duties as assigned.
Planning and Time utilization - Completes assignments within allocated time frames, Utilizes free time effectively;
is alert to the needs of the treatment area, Demonstrates reliability by maintaining a good attendance/punctuality
Initiative - Volunteers assistance to others, Makes recommendations for work simplification practices,
Demonstrates a desire to learn more.
Judgment/ Decision making. Seeks information or asks for assistance from appropriate personnel when
necessary, Follows verbal instructions carefully, Demonstrates alertness to changes in patient conditions; notifies
appropriate personnel immediately.
Patient transportation - Transports patients upon request according to safety and departmental guidelines.
Clerical and reception activities- Answers the telephone and takes messages accurately, Maintains records and
files correctly in each area as needed, Performs errands promptly upon request.
Surveillance of environmental conditions - Follows established procedures for safety and emergencies. Follows
infection control procedures. Follows pest control procedures. Identifies potential hazards and takes appropriate action.
Maintenance of supplies, equipment, and the unit - Monitors the level of inventory and notifies the supervisor if
additional supplies are needed. Maintains all therapy equipment by ensuring the equipment is kept clean and in
good working condition. Makes recommendations for the repair or replacement of equipment. Prepares the unit
for treatment by keeping it clean, orderly, and free of safety hazards.
Assists in treatment - Follows the instructions given by the Therapist or the Therapy Assistant. Follows the
progressive resistive exercise programs established by the Therapist safely and accurately. Follows tilt table and
positioning guidelines. Renders proper ambulation training under the direction of the Therapist of Physical
Assistant; this includes providing appropriate guarding techniques, verbal and simple tactile cueing; assisting
patients in ambulation in the parallel bars, on level surfaces in standing, balance and weight shifting activities;
and assists in travel training. Administers hydrotherapy safely following departmental guidelines.
Application of transfer activities - Advises and prepares the patient for the transfer. Utilizes the proper techniques
and body mechanics. Maximizes the patients potential to assist in the transfer.
Application of cold and/or heat modalities: Administers cold packs, hot packs, and paraffin to the patient as part of
their treatment program. Applies and removes the modality. Applies the modality in accordance with the length of
time specified by the Therapists' instructions. Follows established departmental procedures and takes safety
precautions in the use and application of the various modalities.
Patient Preparation: Assists the patient in preparation for and at the conclusion of treatment. Maintains the
patients safety and comfort by following procedural and safety guidelines. Monitors the patients personal care
and environment constantly, assists the patient with toileting needs when indicated. Utilizes the appropriate
supplies and equipment in relation to the type of treatment being administered following departmental safety
guidelines. Assists the patient in dressing and undressing with appropriate supervision.
Demonstrates knowledge of the organizations Service Standards and incorporates them into the performance of
duties. Excellence: Demonstrates good judgment in performance of positions function. Offers suggestions for
positive changes for achieving individual, unit and department goals. Respect: Interacts with patients and their
families in a courteous and respectful manner. Treats each person as a unique individual with individual health
care needs. Teamwork: Works collaboratively and shares necessary tools and resources to accomplish goals. Is
open to the ideas, approaches, and perspective of others. Maintain a good rapport with other staff and
physicians. Assumes additional responsibilities and perceive the total need of the unit. Integrity: Acts ethically and
upholds the organization code of ethics. Maintains proper levels of confidentially of patient information. Caring:
Acts as an advocate for the patient in all areas of the health care delivery system. Develops a supportive and
therapeutic relationship with the patient. Demonstrates an empathetic disposition towards people in need of
health care services. Communication: Communicates in a professional manner that is clear, concise and timely
for optimal results. Able to adapt methods of professional communication to meet the needs of the listener.
Displays an understanding of the importance of listening to information thoroughly in order to effectively
communicate. Safety: Demonstrates competence in utilizing equipment in a safe and proper manner. Observes
infection control, health and safety hazards and takes precautionary measures to reduce or eliminate risks.
Physical Environment: Maintains an organized, uncluttered work environment. Initiates ideas for improving the
physical environment for optimal delivery of therapy services. Notifies appropriate persons when equipment is in
need of repair or is missing. Learning and Professional Growth: Keeps abreast of current literature as new
developments in the field.
To qualify you must have a High School Diploma or the equivalent. Ability to communicate well with staff and patients and follow instructions.
Qualified candidates must be able to effectively communicate with all levels of the organization.
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