Pediatric Physical Therapist
The mission of the Pediatric Therapy Services department is to provide quality therapy to children in a kid-friendly environment while empowering caregivers to assist children in reaching their developmental potential. The Pediatric Physical Therapist plans and administers medically prescribed physical therapy treatment programs for patients and their families to reach their movement goals by making every treatment session a lively and interactive learning experience using a play-based therapeutic approach. Thorough knowledge of medical practice, dedication to patient satisfaction and ability to work effectively with patients, physicians and staff members are vital to success. Qualifications include:
Together we thrive.
At the Mankato Clinic, our patients are the focus of everything we do.
Our purpose is to care for people. It fuels our passion and commitment.
Our actions demonstrate it and it’s in everything we do, every day.
Mankato Clinic has been named among the Top 150 Workplaces in Minnesota by the Star Tribune. We are an incredible team of providers and staff who pride ourselves on providing exceptional care to our patients. Our staff is empowered to make decisions and is frequently asked for their input. Our clinic has a positive, friendly atmosphere where everyone is respectful and courteous. There is also collaboration across the organization that allows employees to rely on one another for assistance.
We are ONE TEAM. Communication is open and honest. Leadership is transparent with decisions and readily shares information with everyone. And we promote an environment that fosters pride in our work, continuous learning, creativity and innovation.
About Mankato Clinic
We are a physician-owned, multi-specialty group practice in south central Minnesota, in existence since 1916. We have over 130 providers located across 10 sites in five communities, including Mankato, North Mankato, St. Peter, Mapleton and Lake Crystal. We employ over 770 people and rank among the top 15 employers in the region. EOE
Job ID: 252339048