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Speech Language Pathologist (SLP), Home Health

Home Health Expansion Opportunities!?



Position:?Speech Language Pathologist (SLP), Home Health ? Full-Time/ Part Time/ PRN Openings
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POSITION SUMMARY:?
Provide evaluative, consultative, and treatment interventions to home health patients referred by a licensed physician?in their place of residence. Maintain?effective communication with Home Health partners, United Rehab partners, patients, patients' families, and other internal and external customers as appropriate.


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ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:




  • Complete evaluations, assessments, and treatments in accordance with policy and the individualized care plan.


  • Complete all documentation and records in a timely and accurate manner.


  • Follow established policies and procedures as related to the scope of practice.


  • Recognize and respond to priorities in patient care showing initiative and sound judgment.


  • Adapt to change in workload as needed.?


  • Assists with training/orienting others.


  • Provide a clean, safe environment with well-stocked supplies and functioning equipment. Have current knowledge of proper equipment usage.


  • Foster a teamwork environment. Support cultural diversity.


  • Represent the organization in a positive and professional manner.


  • Report any alleged or suspected violations to supervisor and/or others until the issue is resolved.


  • Complete all required orientations, in-services and trainings successfully and in a timely manner.


  • Performs other related duties as necessary and as directed by supervisor.?



LICENSURE, CERTIFICATION AND EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS:




  • Must have a valid professional license in state of practice.


  • Graduate of ASHA accredited school. If foreign-trained, the program must be deemed substantially equivalent to a Speech Language Pathology entry level education in the U.S. by a credentials evaluation organization approved by the ASHA.



?PREFERRED SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE:




  • ?Prior home health experience.



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ESSENTIAL SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE:




  • Possess a strong work ethic, flexibility, and sense of quality.?


  • Represent?the organization in a positive and professional manner.


  • Take initiative and use sound judgment in routine and emergency situations.?


  • Knowledge of established safety procedures when performing tasks and/or working with equipment.?


  • Follow established safety regulations, including fire protection and prevention, smoking regulations, infection control, etc.


  • Communicate clearly and concisely in orally and and in writing.?


  • Develop a good rapport easily with patients, families, partners, and customers. Exhibit a helpful and courteous attitude at all times.


  • General proficiency in computer usage, especially Microsoft Office applications and electronic medical record reporting.


  • Knowledge of electronic medical record reporting and HIPAA regulations.


  • Be self-directed, prioritize well, and manage time effectively. Obtain desired outcomes and strategic goals by targeted deadlines.


  • Attend and participate in continuing educational programs to keep abreast of changes in the field. Maintain current license/certification, as required.


  • Must speak, read and write English fluently.?





PruittHealth is an innovative, family-owned organization. We?re committed to providing exceptional care across a wide spectrum of services, including skilled nursing care, assisted and independent living, home health care, hospice care, rehabilitation, pharmacy and infusion services, and more.?


As an Equal Employment Opportunity employer, all qualified applicants will receive consideration without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, or veteran status.??
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