Position : Pediatric and Inpatient Speech Therapist
Staff Speech and Language Pathologists are responsible for direct patient care, evaluating, and treating a variety of individuals based upon setting.
The successful candidate will exhibit strong: customer service skills, clinical skills, and patient outcomes.
They must practice with high moral and professional standards and be driven toward continuous professional development.
Effective time management and teamwork skills are an essential quality that will allow success in contributing to the operation of the Health System.
Practices consistent with, and is knowledgeable of, ASHA Code of Ethics and Standards of Practice Guidelines, as well as state laws.
Effective time management skills including ability to meet productivity standards and completes documentation with quality/completeness.
Supports and participates in process improvement efforts of the department and health system.
Assists in facilitation of coordination of care with healthcare team, community resources, patient/caregivers to improve the wellness, function, and quality of life of those served.
Achieves high quality patient outcomes through continued professional development and usage of evidence based practice.
The APMC speech role consists of mainly pediatric outpatient treatments with an occasional adult neuro or stroke patient.
The SLP is also responsible for any adult inpatient evaluations and/or treatments.
M-Th, 9am - 5pm