Physical Therapist (PT)
All Temporary/Relief Physical Therapists assigned to CDCR must have the minimum experience outlined
- 1. Twelve (12) continuous months of experience within the last three (3) years performing services
- similar in scope to those defined herein in a public or private institution.
- 2. Possess and maintain while performing services for the CDCR a current and valid license issued by
- the Physical Therapy Board of California to practice Physical Therapy in the State of California including
- adherence to all laws and regulations governing the practice of physical therapy in California.
- 3. Education Required: Graduation from an approved Physical Therapy program accredited by the
- Committee on Accreditation for Physical Therapy or its predecessor, the Joint Review Committee for
- Physical Therapy Education.
- 4. Temporary/Relief Physical Therapists must maintain current Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation and
- Possess current Basic Life Support (BLS) certification from an American Heart Association Provider or
- American Red Cross (with AED).
- 5. Each Temporary/Relief Physical Therapists shall be in compliance with 8 CCR 5199 standards for
- both current N95 and Powered Air Purifying Respirator (PAPR) medical clearance and annual general
- respiratory protection training which is to include a request to repeat PLHCP clearance if they develop 1)
- marked immunocomprompromise or pregnancy which might require great respiratory protection than
- N95s provide or 2) a health condition which might limit N95 or PAPR use and completion of the annual 8
- CCR 5199 Appendix G questionnaire.
- 6. Any Temporary/Relief Physical Therapist providing services through this Agreement must be
- proficient in the English language and be able to communicate effectively with the CDCR/CCHCS. All
- Temporary/Relief Physical Therapists must be able to speak, understand oral and written communication
- and write effectively in the English language. Any Temporary/Relief Physical Therapists who fails to meet
- the minimum qualifications shall not be permitted to perform services.
Service Delivery Requirements
- Under the direction of the Institution CEO/CME or designee, the Temporary/Relief Physical
- Therapist duties/responsibilities shall include, but are not limited to:
- a. Perform care consistent with the scope of licensure and in accordance with the
- CDCR Institution/Facilities policies and procedures and consistent with generally
- accepted evidence based Physical Therapy practices. Care provided must be
- sufficiently complex and consistent with the unique skills of a physical therapist;
- b. Provide Physical Therapy and evaluations on an "as needed" basis on
- CDCR patient/youth as pre-scheduled by designated Institution/Facility CEO/CME
- or designee;
Job Description Physical Therapist - MRN
- c. Provide Physical Therapy services to patient/youth upon physician referral and
- order, or upon direct access to the Physical Therapy services in cases where the
- patient/youth is seeking Physical Therapy for an existing and documented
- d. Provide an initial assessment/evaluation on each referral and develop a
- treatment plan consistent with those findings and be responsible for
- communicating the treatment plan to the patient/youth and any relevant medical
- e. Reports or assessments/evaluations and progress notes shall be completed
- utilizing CDCR approved documentation forms in the patient's chart and/or
- outpatient health record;
- f. Vendor Worker shall be available for telephone consultation while on duty at the
- g. Maintain all charting on a daily basis. Any chart remaining delinquent for more than ten
- (10) days could result intermination of the Vendor Worker.
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