St. Luke's Rehabilitation, located in Spokane, Washington is recruiting for full time InpatientPhysiatrist. Physiatrist will provide general rehabilitation supporting our comprehensive stroke/multi-trauma, spinal cord injury and traumatic brain injury units.
Onsite Hospitalists on staff 7 days a week as well as Telehopsitalist night time call coverage. Competitive compensation, comprehensive benefits and generous relocation assistance available.
Company information As a Level I Adult and Pediatric Trauma Rehab Center, St. Luke’s offers comprehensive rehabilitation in a variety of care settings to meet diverse patient needs. This includes a 102 bed free-standing rehabilitation hospital. At our hospital, we have three inpatient rehab units for helping people recover from stroke, spinal cord injury and brain injury. We also treat people for amputations, orthopedic injuries and a variety of other diagnoses. We have nine outpatient clinics to include therapy services at Occupational Medicine and MUV fitness facilities. Therapy services are also provided at Providence Sacred Heart and Holy Family acute care hospitals, Providence home health and supplemental staffing at several rural hospitals.
At St. Luke’s we are committed to innovation and providing resources and tools for our employees. As such, we have been awarded the Hospitals & Health Networks’ “Most Wired” list for fourteen years, including 2017. We are committed to innovative treatment with Robotic Lokomat® therapy, assistive technology lab, e-stim bike, and our own indoor and outdoor St. Luke’s Community with a store, bank, vehicles, library, office area, bus and airplane to simulate community integration and provide creative treatment options. Our new St. Luke’s Community Park outdoor space offers the Mike Utley terrain park, adaptive gardening, a hand-cycle track and an adaptive playset.
Location Information: Spokane is located on the east side of Washington state 18 miles west of the Idaho state line and 110 miles south of the Canadian border. As the largest city between Seattle and Minneapolis, Spokane serves as the hub of the Inland Northwest, a 36-county region encompassing Eastern Washington, Northern Idaho, Western Montana, Northeastern Oregon and parts of Alberta and British Columbia, Canada. From sledding to the symphony, Spokane offers a large variety of places to go and things to do.
Employer will assist with relocation costs.
About St. Luke's Rehabilitation
As the region’s largest free-standing physical rehabilitation hospital and the only level 1 trauma rehabilitation hospital in the Inland Northwest, St. Luke’s Rehabilitation Institute serves more than 7,200 patients each year. Solely dedicated to physical rehabilitation services, there is no facility in this region that can compare with St. Luke’s interdisciplinary rehabilitation team, physician specialists, excellent nursing services, comprehensive therapy services, and ability to return patients back to the community.
Our mission is to be a resource for health and wellness, in order to optimize the potential for a full and productive life. We serve individuals and their families requiring expertise in medical rehabilitation. St. Luke’s Rehabilitation Institute seeks to provide value to those served by treating the whole person with regard to physical, intellectual, emotional, cultural and spiritual needs in order to restore to their fullest potential the capacity for living. Excellence of care will take place in an atmosphere of compassion, reverence and integrity.
St. Luke's Rehabilitation Institute is a service of Inland Northwest Health Services (INHS). INHS is a non-p...rofit corporation in Spokane, Washington providing collaboration in health care services on behalf of the community and its member organization Providence Health Care.
Spokane is located on the east side of Washington state. As the largest city between Seattle and Minneapolis, Spokane serves as the hub of the Inland Northwest, a 36-county region encompassing Eastern Washington, Northern Idaho, Western Montana, Northeastern Oregon and parts of Alberta and British Columbia, Canada. From sledding to the symphony, Spokane offers a large variety of places to go and things to do. For more information about Spokane, visit www.visitspokane.org.