Facility:Dayton Children's - Main CampusDepartment:Speech Language PathologySchedule:Full timeHours:40Job Details:The Speech/Language pathologist demonstrates competency in pediatric assessment and intervention strategies and is able to carry out a thorough evaluation and implement an appropriate treatment plan with measurable goals/objectives. They communicate with other professionals involved in the care of the patient to assure coordination of care. They effectively communicate treatment plans with the caregiver and patient and actively include them in the goal setting and intervention process. They actively monitor patient progress and adjust the treatment plan as indicated and determine when discharge from services or re-evaluations are appropriate. They are active in the department, attending meetings and engaging in quality assurance/performance improvement activities. They also exhibit the hospital values in their daily work and interactions.
Department Specific Job Details:
This is an outpatient position and would likely include a Saturday
Masters: Speech Pathology (Required)
CPR: Cardio-Pulmonary Resuscitation - American Heart Association, Speech Pathology License - Ohio Ohio Board of Speech-Language and Audiology Licensed - Various
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