If you’re a physical therapist with at least one or two years of recent professional experience and you’ve been hoping to find an assignment in Colorado, check out this opening for a PT at one of MedPro Healthcare Staffing’s top healthcare clients.

What are the requirements?

To be considered for this position, you must have graduated from an accredited physical therapy school and you must have a current Colorado PT license (Registered Physical Therapist) or actively in the process of securing your Colorado license (we can help you).

You also need a current CPR certification.

In this position, you’ll develop plans for each of your PT patients as you provide skilled physical therapy services and interventions as prescribed a physician.

You’ll need to provide direct patient care as you set realistic and achievable goals for your patients and you’ll record and document their condition and progress. You’ll also work to educate your patients and their families in the appropriate PT therapy methods.

As one of our PT travelers, you’ll have access to some of the best recruiters and PT facilities in the country. You’ll also receive private housing and/or a housing allowance, group health insurance benefits from Aetna, licensure assistance and reimbursement, matching 401(k), reimbursement for travel, referral bonuses and, perhaps most importantly, flexible scheduling options that work around your needs.

You’ll need to contact our office to learn where this assignment is located in Colorado.

Enjoying Colorado while on assignment.

Colorado is perfect for the PT who loves the outdoors. From skiing the Rocky Mountains in winter, to hiking and camping in the Rockies and its foothills in spring, summer and fall, the Centennial State has everything an outdoor lover could want in an assignment location.

Visit Pike’s Peak, the Garden of the Gods, Rocky Mountain National Park, and Mesa Verde National Park on your days off.

Visit the Cheyenne Mountain Zoo to see such exotic animals as giraffes, gorillas, wallabies, speckled bears and more. Seven Falls near Colorado Springs is a must-see at dusk, when the falls are lit and the falling water glows. (Please note that Seven Falls is closed temporarily due to extensive damage from the September 2013 floods.)

Take a ride on the Durango and Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad and the Denver Mint.

There’s so much to do in Colorado that you’ll more than likely want to return for another PT assignment. We have many of them and we encourage you to let us know what states you prefer to visit for the first – or third or even 10th time for assignments!