Inpatient Physiatrist Opportunity in Tacoma, Washington
Location: Tacoma, Washington
Internal Number: 2815227
Kindred Hospital Rehabilitation Services is dedicated to Hope, Healing, and Recovery for our patients. We are in partnership with CHI Franciscan Health are currently seeking a physician to serve as a Staff Physiatrist at CHI Franciscan Rehabilitation Hospital in Tacoma, Washington.This is a 60 bed inpatient rehabilitation facility that serves patients in need of rehabilitation services, including physical, occupational, and speech-language therapies.
Your career growth begins when you join an interdisciplinary team, where doctors, nurses, therapists and other experts work together to form individualized care plans for our patients and residents. The goal of our team is to focus on each patient as an individual to ensure that we are meeting their clinical needs and creating a fun and dynamic healing environment.
This position will collaborate with the Medical Director, CEO and the entire clinical team to provide medical direction in conformance with the facility's policies and procedures, state and federal laws and regulations, including the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) and The Joint Commission.
Why partner with Kindred Hospital Rehabilitation Services?
Training and support
Best in Class compliance team
As a Staff Physiatrist you will have:
Doctor of medicine or osteopathy, duly licensed and registered to practice medicine or surgery, and is in good standing under the laws of the state.
Certified and maintains all board certifications in his or her specialty areas by a nationally recognized board.
Demonstrates appropriate experience or training to provide rehabilitation services through one of the following:
A formal residency in PMR
A fellowship in rehabilitation for a minimum of one year
Has completed a one year hospital internship with a minimum of two years' of training or experience as a collaborative team member in the medical management of inpatients requiring rehabilitation services