Ranken Jordan Pediatric Bridge Hospital
  • Maryland Heights, MO, USA
  • Hourly
  • PRN

Ranken Jordan is the country's first pediatric bridge hospital. Inpatients and outpatients with complex medical conditions, injuries and illnesses come to our one-of-a-kind facility from throughout the region to get better faster and prepare for the transition back to home.

We are GROWING and our new expansion is now complete!   We are looking for amazing new EMPLOYEES like you! 

A Peek Behind the Room Divider:

  • Founded in 1941 by Mary Ranken Jordan who implored her staff to "...consider the children, first, in all that we do." These words still guide every employee, every day.
  • Our guiding mission is to help kids and their families' transition from hospital to home. That means we practice world-class pediatric medicine to treat the symptoms but we also train parents and caregivers to provide a high-level of care at home so patients continue to progress after discharge
  • "Care Beyond the Bedside" means that our kids receive their therapies and rehab away from their rooms and out of their beds as much as 70% of the day. The rest of the time, they are playing just being kids in our state of the art facility designed to inspire children!
  • In 2002 we opened our current 34 inpatient hospital in Maryland Heights, MO. In February we are opened a 78,000 sq. ft. addition to double our inpatient beds to 60+ and expand our outpatient practice.
  • We also offer Community Programs that provide wonderful recreational and educational programs for all kids and their families...at no charge!


Ranken Jordan Pediatric Bridge hospital is currently looking for a PRN Occupational Therapist. In this position you will assess, monitor and treat patients (inpatients and outpatients) for physical impairments, cognitive impairments, functional limitations and developmental delays.


Patient Care

  • Performs comprehensive evaluation of patients' physical, developmental, and psychosocial needs; plans appropriate therapy, ensuring a safe environment for patients and staff.
  • Provides treatment that involves therapeutic use of self-care, work, and play/leisure activities to increase independent function through developmental motor intervention, sensory integration, cognitive retraining, oral/motor feeding, visual perception retraining, fabrication of splints, environmental adaptations and home accessibility evaluations.
  • Makes recommendations for patient equipment and assists in ordering; assists in ordering and maintenance of departmental equipment, toys and supplies; assists in maintenance of agency equipment and supplies.
  • Assists with patient caregiving to ensure patient cleanliness, comfort and safety; protects patients and employees by adherence to infection control policies.
  • Assists in maintaining an environment that meets the physical, developmental, and psychosocial needs of the patients, including participation in child development activities.


  • Provides handson training to caregivers and student interns.


  • Monitors patients' progress and consults with Director of Therapy Services regarding patient care, goals, interdepartmental and intradepartmental treatment facilitation.
  • Provides oral and written communication of patient status, progress, and recommendations to other departments and within department to ensure continuity of patient care; provides communication to patient's physician as needed.
  • Provides timely documentation consisting of patient evaluations, contact notes, progress notes, goals and discharge summaries, and records all care provided.
  • Participates in patient care conferences, in-service education and professional education sessions.

 Other Responsibilities

  • All other duties as assigned by the supervisor or Therapy Administrator.


  • Bachelor's Degree from an AOTA accredited occupational therapy program required.
  • Registered with the State of Missouri required.
  • Licensed by NBCOT as an OTR required.
  • Current Basic Life Support (BLS) CPR card from the American Heart Association required. 
  • Previous experience in a pediatric setting preferred.
  • CPI training upon hire and refresher every other year required.


These include stooping, kneeling, crouching, reaching, grasping, pulling, pushing, standing, carrying, and lifting of light loads (up to 35 lb.), as necessary for patient care.

Ranken Jordan is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Qualified applicants are considered for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity, or any other characteristic protected by law.

The Ranken-Jordan Home for Convalescent Crippled Children

Ranken Jordan Pediatric Bridge Hospital
  • Apply Now

  • * Fields Are Required

    What is your full name?

    How can we contact you?

    I agree to ApplicantPro's Applicant Information Use Policy.*
  • Sign Up For Job Alerts!

  • Share This Page
  • Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Email
About News Contact logo Our Difference Seek Treatment Get Involved Careers Give Now