When you know Home is the future of Healthcare

Jefferson Health at Home by BAYADA was founded on the principle that healthcare gets better when people get better care at home – the place where they feel best.  

We are currently recruiting for a compassionate Home Health Physical Therapist (PT) to reliably serve patients in Philadelphia, PA. This is a pay per point position.

What you’ll do:

As a Jefferson Health at Home by BAYADA Physical Therapist, you’ll use your clinical skills and compassionate heart to treat patients where they want to be the most – in the comfort of their own home. As a Jefferson Health at Home by BAYADA PT you will:

  • See a client through their care needs – from hospital discharge to living a safe home life with comfort, independence, and dignity.
  • Perform diagnostic tests and measurements, such as the mobility/range of joints, transfer status, stability, patterns and appearance of ambulation, strength and endurance of muscles, balance testing, and safety assessments.
  • Develop and implement appropriate individualized care plans, including manual therapeutic exercises, gait training, balance, and other interventions.
  • Continually assess and revise the Physical Therapy - PT care plan, and participate with nursing in the multidisciplinary care plan, as appropriate.

What you should have:

  • Active and current license to practice as a professional Physical Therapist (PT) in the state of PA.
  • Previous home healthcare experience welcomed, but not required. We will train you.
  • Ability to travel to cases as assigned
  • A calm and reassuring presence, active listening skills, excellent assessment skills and strong written and verbal communication.
  • The ability to deliver patient care as you would want those you love to be treated, with compassion, excellence, and reliability.

Why you’ll love what you do at Jefferson Health at Home by BAYADA:

We are committed to providing patients the highest-quality care, enabling them to live at home with comfort, independence, and dignity. At Jefferson Health at Home by BAYADA, we believe our employees are our greatest asset.

As a Jefferson Health at Home by BAYADA Physical Therapist, you’ll enjoy:

  • Flexible schedules for work/life balance: full-time, part-time, and per-diem. Scheduling is primarily during the daytime hours.
  • 1:1 hands on training supplemented with virtual learning.
  • Ability to perform 1:1 direct client care and advocate for clients’ needs
  • 24/7 clinical support as part of a larger care team with the highest safety standards.
  • PTO and benefits offerings based on commitment level
  • Continued education and training; tuition reimbursement

Jefferson Health at Home by BAYADA, a joint venture managed and run by BAYADA, is a partnership between Jefferson Health and BAYADA Home Health Care, with the mission to improve patient outcomes and expand the delivery of high-quality health at home to meet the increasing demand for in-home services in Greater Philadelphia and South Jersey. By bringing together the scope and reach of Jefferson Health – a top integrated health care system with a vast array of home health and hospice caregivers and volunteers– and the extensive management capabilities, operating platform, and clinical experience of BAYADA – a leading not-for-profit home health care provider, Jefferson Health at Home by BAYADA will strengthen and extend the continuum of care in the region. Jefferson Health at Home by BAYADA is an equal opportunity employer, and qualified applicants will not be discriminated against on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, or veteran status.

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