UnityPoint Health

  • Occupational Therapist

    Requisition ID
    US-IL-Rock Island
    2701 17th St
    6020 UnityPoint Health QC Trinity
    Rock Island
    Occupational Therapy- RI
    Scheduled Hours/Shift
    32 Hours/Week, 1st Shift Hours, Some Weekends
    Work Type (Portal Searching)
    Full Time Benefits
  • Overview

    Under the direct supervision of the Manager of Rehabilitation, functions as a member of the Occupational Therapy Services team. Establishes treatment plans for a variety of patient diagnosis; treats patients in a variety of settings, provides patient/family education; performs necessary documentation and supervises supportive personnel.


    UnityPoint Health - Trinity, in the Quad Cities, is a regional integrated health care delivery system including four full-service hospitals in Rock Island and Moline, Illinois and Bettendorf and Muscatine, Iowa with a total of 584 licensed inpatient beds. Trinity’s hospitals, clinics, home health care agency, mental health center, health sciences college and residency program employ more than 3,000 employees. Together, we are working toward physician-driven, patient-centered care to achieve our vision of delivering the best outcome for every patient, every time.


    The Quad Cities is a connected, creative and prosperous bi-state community on the banks of the mighty Mississippi River. The region is made up of Davenport and Bettendorf in Iowa - Moline, East Moline, and Rock island in Illinois - and other surrounding communities. The Quad Cities is a great place to live and work. It offers something for everyone including arts and culture, amazing festivals and events, innovative and superior schools and universities, and quality healthcare. The Quad Cities is a premier destination for young professionals and families and sits only hours away from Chicago, St. Louis, and Des Moines.


    TECHNICAL/ADMINISTRATIVE/CLINICAL: (Total Weight of 100) Demonstrates competence in the skills, (processes, procedures, and equipment) necessary to carry out assigned duties as identified below. Demonstrated competence in recognizing and responding to patients physical, mental, emotional and developmental needs should be evaluated in relation to the patient populations served as appropriate for each responsibility.


    A.   Upon receiving physician's referral, interprets order, performs patient evaluations in a timely manner, accurately, thoroughly, and within professional standards and in accordance with diagnosis and circumstances.


    B.   Completes patient documentation for evaluation, progress, and discharge reports in a timely manner and according to documentation policy. Reports are comprehensive, clear, and concise and follow established guidelines.


    C.   Provides quality patient treatment according to physician's referral, patient needs, and professional and departmental standards.

    1. Fabrication/fitting of splints, therapeutic garments, adaptive equipment.
    2. Provide home or community based services.
    3. Provide services as contracted to other agencies.
    4. Use of modalities, therapeutic equipment, and specialized techniques.
    5. Work with rehabilitation, burns, peds, hands, in-patients, out-patients, home care, skilled nursing unit, outside contracts, specialized evaluations (i.e. driver's evaluations, wheelchair evaluations, Lympedema), and any other program or service the department offers to the outpatient clinics.

    D.   Plans, directs, and supervises treatment as needed on assigned patients which is performed by COTAs, OTAs, or other OTRs and communicates as needed to promote continuity of care throughout the system.


    E.   Provides instructions to patient and/or family members which are clear, meaningful, and comprehensive.


    F.   Attends and contributes to patient care staffings.


    G.   Attends and contributes to departmental and hospital wide meetings and professional activities as appropriate.


    H.   Provides quality training and supervision of students and volunteers as assigned.


    I.    Participates in public relations, marketing activities, program development and other projects.


    J.   Participates in Quality Assurance, program eval, and other monitoring activities as needed.


    EDUCATION, TRAINING & EXPERIENCE: B.S. or B.A. or entry level Masters Degree from an accredited Occupational Therapy program. Experience in physical disabilities and/or pediatrics preferred.

    KNOWLEDGE, ABILITIES & SKILLS: Must have communication skills to adequately express ideas verbally and in writing. Must have interpersonal skills necessary to interact    effectively with patients, physicians, team members, co-workers and the public. Must be able to drive, travel, and transport patients as needed, using vehicles according to policy.

    LICENSES, REGISTRATIONS AND CERTIFICATIONS: Current registration as an Occupational Therapist by the American Occupational Therapy Association required. Current license or temporary license in IA and/or IL required.


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