In 2020, united in a fierce commitment to deliver the highest
quality care and exceptional patient experience, Virginia Mason and
CHI Franciscan Health came together as natural partners to build a
new health system centered around the patient: Virginia Mason
Franciscan Health. Our combined system builds upon the scale and
expertise of our nearly 300 sites of care, including 11 hospitals
and nearly 5,000 physicians and providers. Together, we are
empowered to make an even greater impact on the health and
well-being of our communities.
CHI Franciscan and Virginia Mason are now united to build the
future of patient-centered care across the Pacific Northwest. That
means a seamlessly connected system offering quality care close to
home. From basic health needs to the most complex, highly
specialized care, our patients can count on us to meet their needs
with convenient access to the region’s most prestigious experts and
innovative treatments and technologies.
As a part of our organization, we currently offer the following
Competitive starting wages (DOE) and training to grow within the
Paid Time Off (PTO)
Flexible health spending accounts (FSA)
Matching 401(k) and 457(b) Retirement Programs
Tuition Assistance for career growth and development
Care@Work premium account for additional support with children,
pets, dependent adults, and household needs
Employee Assistance Program (EAP) for you and your
Voluntary Protection: Group Accident, Critical Illness, and
interdisciplinary team member, conducts occupational therapy
activities to improve patient function and prevent disability
following disease or injury, and improve patients’ ability to reach
maximum performance within the limits of his/her capabilities.
Provides and coordinates comprehensive occupational rehabilitation
care to patients through the proper utilization of evaluation,
planning, education, and implementation of a treatment plan in
accordance with Occupational Therapy Standards of Practice. Work
includes indirect patient care activities such as; documentation,
scheduling, family training, attendance at rounds, interaction with
the Interdisciplinary Team, participation in staff meetings,
ordering supplies, and contributing to continuous quality control
and performance improvement.
are also accountable for responding effectively to legal, patient
rights, safety, maintenance, and emergency situations;
participating in continuing education, staff development,
self-directed learning and overseeing the performance of and
providing performance feedback of staff, aides, students,
volunteers as requested.
patient assessment/data collection, interprets findings and
formulates treatment plans.
and updates therapeutic plan of care and treatment based on patient
needs throughout patient’s treatment/stay.
all required documentation, in an accurate and thorough manner, of
Occupational Therapy treatment in accordance with FHS documentation
from an accredited School of Occupational Therapy and completion of
requires at least three (3) months prior experience in physical
disabilities and a broad base of medical surgical knowledge, with
case experience with the following: neurological impairments,
orthopedic impairments, and critical care that demonstrates
attainment of the requisite job knowledge
Washington State License in Occupational Therapy or a Washington
State Interim Permit (valid for a maximum of 6 months unless an
extension is approved by the Department Director).
American Heart Association Healthcare Provider BLS