Evaluate patients on the initial visit, at regularly scheduled intervals and at discharge using standardized tests and measurements and direct observation. Formulate objective treatment goals and plan to achieve goals. Modify goals and plan as needed. Provide medically prescribed treatments to patients on the subacute/SNF unit, acute care, Kindred hospital and outpatients. Complete written or computerized documentation in the medical record as pertains to the patient’s status. Complete other forms and letters as required. Participate in interdisciplinary team conferences, patient and family meetings and other committees and meetings as assigned. Maintain knowledge of current laws and standards of practice as relates to speech language pathology. Participate in educational activities including student supervision and provision of education on areas of expertise or interest. Contribute to hospital and community education within scope of knowledge as requested.
One Part Time Position
One Per Diem Position
Master’s degree in Speech/Language Pathology from an accredited college or university. Certificate of Clinical Competency from the American Speeck-Language-Hearing Association. Licensed by the State of New Jersey.