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Physical Therapist (DPT,PT,RPT)- Wound Care ALF Visits

companySobe Innovative Rehab
locationBoynton Beach, FL, USA
PublishedPublished: 6/14/2022
Full Time

Job Description

Seeking a DPT or Physical Therapist to cover therapy services in Boynton Beach, FL to provide Wound Care/treatment in an ALF setting:

We are an outpatient therapy clinic seeking passionate therapists to deliver top-notch therapy and results for our geriatric clientele. We believe that once you take a proactive preventative approach, our patients thrive and experience a more successful aging-in-place. If you believe in the power of geriatric therapy and the dignity that it can provide to those who have given so much to this world over the years, then you are exactly who we invite to join our wonderful, diverse, professional team of therapy experts!

We believe in full transparency with our therapy team, including detailed payment reports for you to understand exactly what you were paid on, and we encourage use and collaboration of your clinical judgement. You are free to make your own schedule, agree or disagree to patient assignment.... Did we mention competitive compensation?

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Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

  • Evaluates and treats patients in an Assisted Living Community
  • Communicates with families, physicians, and other health care professions
  • Maintains daily, thorough documentation of services in the EMR
  • Wound Care- evaluates and treats wounds as needed including but not limited to dressing, requesting needed supplies, debriding, measuring and documenting improvement.
  • All remedies are as allowed by state licensure boards and practice acts.


  • Graduate of an accredited college or university with a Doctoral/Masters/Bachelors degree in Physical Therapy,
  • Education and/or Experience: New graduate applicants welcome + Experienced Therapists
  • Actively Licensed as a FL Physical Therapist.
  • 2+ yr experience with Wound Care

Job Type: *PRN*

***A PRN therapist is part of an on-call pool of therapists who work on a per diem basis. PRN is short for the Latin term "pro re nata," which means "as needed." As a PRN therapist, a therapy organization will send patient assignments for the therapist to follow the POC when they need an extra therapist to treat their patient load. If you are looking for full-time work as a PRN therapist, it is recommended to sign up with several different companies to keep your schedule busy, as some companies may be busier than others in your area. PRN work comes with its own set of considerations, such as hours being reduced during slow periods; but overall, it offers unparalleled flexibility and unique opportunities for growth! Ultimately, PRN work can be an excellent choice for those seeking autonomy and diverse experiences in their profession. Here are the key aspects of a PRN therapist role:

  1. Flexible Schedule: PRN therapists have the freedom to choose when they work. They can accept or decline cases based on their availability. This flexibility is especially beneficial for those with other responsibilities or jobs/commitments.
  2. Variety of Settings: PRN therapists at Sobe Rehab work in ALF and residential home settings. The diversity of environments allows therapists to gain experience across different patient populations.
  3. Higher Rates: While PRN positions lack benefits like paid time off and health insurance, they often offer higher rate of pay. Employers compensate for the absence of benefits by providing a more attractive wage.
  4. No Long-Term Contracts: PRN work can vary from just a few patient assignments to several, depending on the demand in your area. Therapists can take assignments without being tied to a specific facility for an extended period.
  5. Weekend and Holiday Shifts: PRN therapists may be called upon to cover weekend shifts or holidays, along with regular weekday shifts. These shifts often come with premium pay rates. Working weekends can also provide a quieter environment for focused patient care.
  6. Skill Maintenance: PRN work keeps therapists engaged and sharpens their clinical skills. Exposure to different patient cases and treatment approaches enhances professional growth.
  7. Networking Opportunities: Interacting with various colleagues, physicians, and patients allows PRN therapists to expand their professional network. Networking can lead to future job opportunities and collaborations.

Compensation: $150/evaluation

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