Speech Therapist (SLP) in Lake Havasu City, AZ at Havasu Regional Medical Center

Date Posted: 5/13/2018

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Havasu Regional Medical Center

Come Join Our Team! Beautiful weather. Friendly people. A competitive compensation package. There are many reasons to consider a career at Havasu Regional Medical Center. HRMC is a compassionate place that combines the best in local hometown care with the latest in world-class medical technology.

We are currently looking for a Speech Language Pathologist/SLP to join our team. HRMC offers a highly competitive compensation package, including a sign on bonus/relocation package!

The Speech Language Pathologist administers, organizes and plans the activities of the department to ensure effective speech pathology evaluation and treatment for inpatients, outpatients and acute rehab patients of all age groups and cultural backgrounds; exhibiting a speech, language, hearing or swallowing disorder; provides diagnostic and therapeutic services, patient/family counseling, maintains systematic records in accordance with professional, JCAHO, and CARF guidelines; maintains quality care for all patients through interaction with hospital personnel in a coordinated, comprehensive, multidisciplinary approach; provides assistance where communication barriers exist due to speech/language disabilities to enable each individual to reach his/her maximum level of independence; provides evaluation and set up of treatment programs for all patients referred to Speech Language Pathology; provides speech language therapy treatment to referred patients; writes and reviews patient progress reports, including charting and reports to referring physicians; consults with other rehab team members regarding communication pathways to achieve maximum value of patient teaching in rehab techniques; provides correct information on Medicare, AHCCS, MediCal and all other forms; provides correct statistic and billing information for Speech Language Therapy patients; assess and
manages swallowing disorders in coordination with other departments; assists with preparation of and monitors departmental budget; attends hospital and community meetings as appropriate and serves on various committees; performs pure-tone hearing screening; develops, implements, maintains, and reviews policies and procedures for department services, including administrative, clinical and CQI and prepares any necessary reports; orients and trains new and continuing staff regarding scope and needs of the Speech Language Therapy Department and participates in continuing education programs to enhance skills and knowledge; trains, supervises and evaluates graduate speech pathology students; supports and actively participates in hospital quality-assurance and in-service programs; and, performs other duties as assigned.

Job Requirements

Completed Masters accredited Program
Currently working to complete Clinical competency Certification ASHA requirements
Work experience in acute care setting during externship.

Equal opportunity and affirmative action employers and are looking for diversity in candidates for employment: Minority/Female/Disabled/Protected Veteran


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