Physical Therapist – PT
Our state-of-the-art community features three distinct living options:
Supervised Independent Living
Assisted Living and Memory Care
Secured demential and Alzheimer's community.
Our all-inclusive lifestyle offers a unique approach to retirement living in that we provide the care, services and activities that residents need now or may need in the future all in one place. Our on-site Medical Director leads a team of specially trained health and wellness professionals delivering the personalized care plans that help you live smarter and healthier. Plus, all the comforts and happiness of resort-style amenities like three chef-prepared meals served restaurant style in one of two dining rooms daily, a full-time activities director and full calendar of events, concierge services, housekeeping, complimentary transportation and much more.
- M-F schedule – generally no weekends
- No driving to patients houses
- HH nursing staff and therapists on site so great communication
- No SOC Oasis paperwork
- Both OP & HH
- Interdisciplinary teamwork
- Medical benefits
- New Grads welcome to apply
- FL licensure in Physical Therapy Required
Fun Facts About Fort Myers, FL
For 15 miles, Fort Myers’ McGregor Boulevard is lined on both sides with statuesque royal palm trees, the first 200 of which were imported from Cuba and planted by Thomas Edison.
The first tourist to visit Southwest Florida was Spanish explorer Ponce de Leon, who visited Pine Island in 1513 and was later mortally wounded in these same waters by a Calusa Indian arrow.
The Beaches of Fort Myers & Sanibel ranked in the top 10 most popular winter destination for 2014-2015. The American Society of Travel Agents (ASTA) placed Fort Myers on the list, which it shares with major cities including Orlando, Las Vegas, New York City, Miami, Honolulu, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Maui and San Diego.
The Weather Channel ranked Fort Myers in January 2015 as its top five winter escape along with Key West, Kahului (in Maui), Honolulu, and Miami Family Fun magazine rated Sanibel, Fla. top overall family attraction in 2015.
Family Fun magazine announced its travel awards, the result of polling 2,000 American families to rate their favorite destinations across five categories. The top overall winner was Sanibel, Fla., an island town with ample white beaches and seashells, and the power to chill out even the most high-strung parents and kids. The magazine reports one Texas mom as saying, “It’s just a relaxing place that lets kids be kids.”
The sport of tarpon fishing originated in Southwest Florida’s Pine Island Sound in the late 1880s, and Boca Grande Pass, the opening between Cayo Costa and Gasparilla Island, is considered the “Tarpon Fishing Capital of the World.”
Thomas Edison, who spent many winters in Fort Myers, is considered the most inventive man who ever lived, holding 1,093 patents for everything from light bulbs, cement and phonographs to the natural rubber he made from goldenrod.
Lee County area beaches are ranked some of the best in the nation for shelling, with more varieties found here than anywhere else in North America. The shelling posture is so common; it’s given a name – the Sanibel Stoop and the Captiva Crouch.
You can boat straight across the state of Florida from Fort Myers/Sanibel to Palm Beach via the Caloosahatchee River and Okeechobee Waterway, both part of the Intracoastal Waterway.
The banyan tree at the Edison Winter Home, a gift from industrialist Harvey Firestone, is the largest specimen in the United States. The tree’s aerial roots now have a circumference of more than 400 feet!
Koreshan State Historic Site in Bonita Springs commemorates an eccentric religious sect, which believed the world to be a hollow globe, with mankind residing on the inner surface, gazing into the universe below.