Provides direct patient care services to individuals exhibiting communication and or swallowing disorders. Coordinates services with other health professionals. May assist in the training and supervision of students.
Essential Job Functions
Delivers effective therapeutic services that are relevant to population served and remains knowledgeable of current techniques.
Communicates Speech-Language evaluations on population served that accurately and efficiently identifies strengths and needs in the area being evaluated. Effectively communicates this information in verbal and written forms.
Completes Basic Competencies of the population currently serving as indicated on the Competency criteria for Speech & Hearing Dept., and hospital competencies.
Meets productivity demands by seeking out opportunities within the entire dept when cancellations, no shows and low census occur.
Effectively shares information regarding therapy/evaluation techniques and/or hospital procedures with students, volunteers, CFY's and peers.
Participates in projects for the department that are consistent with department and hospital goals and missions.
Communicates job specific concerns and participates in developing solutions.
Provides in service training to staff and community as requested and completes training commencert with state license laws.
Completes written work in a timely manner relevant to evaluation, therapy and patient coordination and the content of written material meets ASHA specifics.
This is a part time position Requirements Formal Education and Job-Related Experience
Education and Experience
Job Specific Contacts
Job Provides Direction To
May provide direction to graduate students.
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