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Clinical Director

FYZICAL Company Clinics

Clinical Director

Las Vegas, NV
Full Time
  • Responsibilities

    $3,000 SIGN ON BONUS



    Competitive Salary

    We provide 100% employer paid, Health, Dental and Vision Insurance for every eligible employee

    Supplemental Insurance with AFLAC

    401k and Bonus Opportunities.

    What’s it like to be a part of the Corporate FYZICAL team? Game Changing! The opportunities are boundless!

    FYZICAL Therapy and Balance Centers is a leading provider of physical therapy, rehabilitation, balance and vestibular retraining and athletic training services. We are a values driven, hospitality based organization seeking to provide the highest caliber of rehabilitative services possible.

    Be a part of changing peoples lives for the better.

    FYZICAL is currently looking for a full-time Clinical Director for our South Jones, NV location. The Clinical Director directs all aspects of clinical operations under the direction of the Regional Director.

    The Clinical Director will oversee clinical governance, activities and patient care services. This governance requires staff supervision and training while planning and overseeing all patient care. In addition to maintaining an active patient load the Director will provide leadership to the clinic staff and direct physical therapy services by developing strategic objectives in order to manage the clinics effectiveness and productivity.

    The CD will establish, enforce and maintain acceptable professional and ethical standards of the clinical staff. The CD will coordinate and direct patient care in the facility according to FYZICAL’s adopted policies and procedures and state and federal regulations. The CD is responsible for driving and supporting the team to retain and strengthen our clinics while reinforcing our culture. This can be accomplished through a collaborative, interdisciplinary approach to patients and clinic staff.


    Responsible for a firm understanding and the implementation of our behavioral model (arc) at all times while practicing.

    Responsible for timely documentation including but not limited to daily notes, weekly workers reports, progress reports, initial evaluations, discharge summaries, and incident reports.

    Responsible for documentation in a compliant fashion that is in accordance with company policy and state & federal guidelines.

    Responsible for assuring that patients are treated promptly in accordance with their scheduled appointments.

    Responsible for conveying to patients the importance of complying with established plans of care, including home exercise programs and minimizing cancellations and no show of appointments. This is tracked independently with the expectation of achieving at 90% appointment kept rate.

    Responsible for the delegation of appropriate patient care activities to the Physical Therapist Assistant that are in accordance with their skill level and deemed appropriate by the State Practice Act.

    Responsible for the supervision of all PTA activities including the delegation and supervision of non-patient care activities of the Rehab Tech.

    Consults with referring physicians both verbally and electronically.

    Responsible for pursuing continuing education in the form of formal classes and applicable literature.

    Responsible for always maintaining the highest standards of professional conduct that best represents the company while adhering to all company policy and procedures.

    Responsible for abiding by the company’s vision, mission and core values.

    Responsible for conducting Performance Appraisals with all staff on a timely basis.

    Reviews Physician’s referral (prescription) and patient’s condition and medical records to determine physical therapy treatment required.

    Tests and measures patient strength, motor development, sensory perception, functional capacity, respiratory and circulatory efficiency and records findings to develop or revise treatment programs.

    Orients, instructs and directs work activities of assistants, techs, and students.

    Plans and conducts lectures and training programs on physical therapy and related topics for staff, students and community groups.

    Analyzes and organizes the clinics operations and procedures such as preparation of payroll, information management, filing systems, requisition of supplies and other clerical services.

    Maximizes office productivity through proficient use of appropriate software applications.

    Researches and develops resources that create timely and efficient workflow.

    Assists in the planning of office layouts, works in accordance with developed budgets and initiates cost reduction programs.

    Prepares activities reports for guidance of management.


    Master of Physical Therapy Degree (MPT) or Doctor of Physical Therapy Degree (DPT).

    State license to practice and any additional requirements by the state.

    Computer proficient.