Director of Rehab

As a Rehab Director, you will:
o Ensure that the highest standard of rehabilitation services is provided and maintained by your staff.
o Interview, hire and supervise Rehabilitation Services personnel and consultants providing service within facility or home care contracts.
o Assumes responsibility for daily staffing and utilization with input from treating therapists, consideration of clinical requirements, and recommendations from the Clinical Specialist.
o Ensures that the clinical management of the rehab department, including oversight related to case management, quality improvement, care planning, clinical utilization, and patient identification is overseen.
o Be responsible for building a department budget, monitoring revenue and expense and reporting.
o Use the latest assessment tools, clinical interventions and treatments with outpatient, short-term rehabilitation and long-term inpatient populations
o Educate patients diagnosed with a variety of illnesses to better understand and manage their conditions
o Use discharge planning skills to promote independence, maximize function and return patients to their homes o Assumes responsibility for insuring departmental compliance with all regulatory and practice act requirements.
o Performs other related duties as required.
As one of the nation's largest long-term care and rehabilitation providers, we offer a generous and wide-ranging compensation package , including:
o Medical/dental/vision insurances
o Company-paid life insurance and short-term disability
o Voluntary insurance programs
o 401(k) program
o Continuing Education Programs
o Leadership Training Program
o Pre-tax Flexible Spending Accounts
o Extensive paid leave for holidays
o Service awards
o Generous Elder Care benefit for family membersRequirements:o A minimum of a bachelor's degree in a rehabilitation (PT, OT, SLP) discipline. Masters is preferred.
o Individuals who are a therapy assistant (PTA or COTA) may apply; a bachelor's degree in another field is required. Individuals pursuing a bachelor's degree may be considered.
o Three years direct patient care experience and one year of management experience.
o A thorough knowledge of Medicare and third party billing is required.

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