Rocky Mountain Therapy Services is a Physical Therapist owned company based in Salt Lake City, Utah with clinics in Utah, Colorado, Oregon and Washington. Rocky Mountain Therapy Services was founded in 1983 by our President Paul G. Wortley who to this day is an active clinician in the Salt Lake market.
All of the offices have an emphasis on out-patient care with some locations providing specialty services including pediatric school services, sports team care, occupational safety consultation and home health. In addition to providing Physical Therapy, some of our locations also offer Occupational, Speech and Massage therapy.
Within our RMTS network, we utilize all of our clinicians’ talents. Many of our therapists hold specialty certifications including CHT, OCS, CSCS among others, and are great resources with years of clinical experience and are available for specialty mentoring and exchange of best practice ideas. We encourage professional development and seek individuals who would like to expand his or her scope practice in order to serve the community. We offer monthly in house journal club meetings as well as yearly continuing education opportunities.
Q: Opportunity for Continuing Education?
A: Yes! We are very supportive of education and expansion of service lines that education provides within the clinics. This is a target of $1200 per year. In 2016, RMTS also introduced an internal phase of therapist education and exchange of best practices.
Q: Are there minimums for number of patients seen per day?
A: No set minimums, yet we put forth a great deal of effort with our services and marketing for prompt treatment upon referral as well as we are a for profit entity. We focus on communication with patient, physician, payer and employer in some cases to have clear goals and objectives for treatment. Many clinics and or clinicians work long days on some days to accommodate early and late schedule demands and shorter days others to keep a good balance.
Q: Do you offer benefits?
A: All fulltime staff are eligible to participate in the health/dental plans offered, paid time off and the 401K program. Our clinics are closed on weekends and have 6 annual holidays off, and 2 floating holidays.
Q: What are the resources within the clinics for shared/practice skill development or mentoring?
A: All of the clinicians are great resources for specialty and or best practices treatment exchange.
Q: How does your company do charting?
A: All documentation is handled through an EMR program called Clinic Controller that was developed over 10 years ago and is used nationwide.
Q: What is the clinic atmosphere like?
A: As most would assume, it’s a professional setting, yet one of comfort. Some have described it as their “home away from home”. We want both our staff and, most importantly, our patients, to receive value and concern, with top-notch care. That said, each clinic works to create an efficient, yet fun environment. For instance, some clinics host “home baked goods day”, of course we all know this is just so the staff get homemade cookies and brownies. Some have given away prizes for whomever picks the Superbowl winner and or guess the delivery date of a staff member’s baby.
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