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- Occupational Therapy
- MJHS Home Care
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MJHS is a large not-for-profit health system in the Greater New York area. Our range of health services include home care, hospice and palliative care for adults and children, rehabilitation and nursing care at Menorah and Isabella Centers, and the research based MJHS Institute for Innovation and Palliative Care. We also offer Elderplan/HomeFirst: health plans for Medicare and dual-eligible individuals. As a not-for-profit organization, many of our programs and services are made possible through the generosity of grateful families, corporate donors and grants, as well as our own employees.
At MJHS, quality care is our mission. We are committed to creating a workforce as diverse as our community. We have a great culture; we offer great benefits that include a work/life balance, competitive rates and field, hybrid, and remote schedules.
MJHS attracts individuals who see their work as a calling as well as a job. Professionals in every job category have stated that they appreciate being left to make their own decisions, are encouraged to voice their opinions, and are given the necessary breathing room to do their work with minimal supervision. Yet, at the same time, they feel that management and their co-workers are solidly behind them and readily accessible.
Why work for MJHS?:
Fee for Service Rates:
Initial & Resumption of Care weekday visit rate: $73 / visit
Initial & Resumption of Care weekend/holiday visit rate: $85 / visit
Ortho Weekend/Holiday visit rate: $70 / visit
Revisit daily rate: $68 / visit
In-Service Orientation daily rate: $250 / day
MJHS companies are qualified employers under the Federal Government’s Paid Student Loan Forgiveness Program (PSLF)
MJHS Home Care provides advanced clinical services and emotional support to patients recovering from illness, injury, or surgery. With a comprehensive range of services supported by an integrated health system, patients can recover in the familiar surroundings of their home.
How can an Occupational Therapist (OT) thrive on independence and also be the quintessential team player?
If that describes you, then all you need is the right opportunity to do both—with the autonomy to do your job as you see fit, independently, while also being part of a team as dedicated to patient care as you are.
- You will schedule independent home visits to screen and treat your patients and continually reevaluate and document their progress
- You will have a rare degree of flexibility to spend the time you need with each patient
- Minimum of Bachelor of Science Degree in Occupational Therapy from an accredited institute of learning
- Registered and licensed as an OT in NYS
- Minimum of one-year experience in providing therapy treatments in a health care setting
- Home Care experience highly preferred
- Valid Driver License and Car