Company: St. Luke's of Kansas City
Location: Kansas City
Posted on: November 22, 2021
A Certified Occupational Therapist Assistant I is developing skills
in the clinical setting. This COTA will assist in completion of
patient treatment programs as planned and directed by the
registered Occupational Therapist, through the use of exercise and
functional activities. Referral of the patient by a physician and
evaluation by the OTR are required prior to COTA involvement with
the patient. The COTA will report information to the supervising
OTR and keep accurate progress notes in the patient medical record.
May also participate in a rotation system for specialties of
services. The COTA Certified Occupational Therapy Assistant, will
have passed a service competency review determining acceptable
performance, based on the current certification process. At the
critical access hospitals, responsibilities include directing the
Swing Bed activities program for swing bed patients.
Less than 1 year
Basic Life Support - American Heart Association or Red Cross,
Occupational Therapist Assistant (MO) - Missouri Division of
Associate Degree (Required)
Day (United States of America)
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