Under the direct supervision of the Program Manager and consultative supervision of the Speech Pathology Practice Manager, this Speech Pathologist is responsible for providing quality care for patients receiving Speech Pathology services, including evaluation, treatment planning, goal setting, treatment implementation, and discharge planning to transition the patient toward maximum independence. The Speech Pathologist plans and provides patient, family, peer and community education, and coordinates services with other health care professionals including interaction with physicians responsible for the care of the patient. The Speech Pathologist documents according to program and professional standards. The Speech Pathologist follows an individualized performance development plan to maintain current and competent in critical areas and support program goals, hospital goals and objectives, hospital functions and philosophy.
Master's Degree in Graduate of an accredited Program in Communicative Disorders or
Master's Degree: Comparable education (must be ASHA approved)
Coursework/Training: Registration for the Clinical Fellowship Year or
Clinical Fellowship Year: Certificate of Clinical Competence from the American Speech Language Hearing Association
California Speech Language Pathologist License upon hire
National Provider BLS - American Heart Association upon hire
At least 300 clock hours in providing direct patient care. Internships are acceptable to meet this requirement
Experience in neuro-rehabilitation, dysphagia
6 months Experience in any capacity in an acute care or rehab hospital
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Requsition ID: 138074
Company: Providence Jobs
Job Category: Rehabilitation
Job Function: Clinical Care
Job Schedule: Per-Diem
Job Shift: Day
Career Track: Clinical Professional
Department: 7510 SJMC SPEECH TH
Address: CA Fullerton 101 E Valencia Mesa Dr
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