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Speech Language Pathologist - Home Care

Community Mercy Home Care Springfield, Ohio
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Requisition ID 2022-241453 Employment Type Per Diem Department Home Health and Hospice Hours/Pay Period 2 Shift Day Weekly Schedule Varies Remote No Category Therapy
Overview

HAH Community Mercy Home Care

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Working outside the four walls of a facility or hospital is the dream for many… join our team to live the dream.

You’ll make a difference every single day by providing direct patient care to individuals in their own home environment after their acute stay or surgery. Practice nursing independently, outside the four walls of a hospital or facility, and work with a team that values your critical thinking skills to care for the most vulnerable patients in our communities. Thrive every day through freedom, flexibility and a fast-paced, ever-changing, never-the-same-day-twice environment!


Responsibilities

Your work should be more than just a job. With us, you can expect a rewarding career, family-friendly work schedules and an opportunity to make a difference, to have a voice and to advance your career.

The Speech Language Pathologist:

  • Performs initial speech therapy evaluation and direct speech therapy treatments according to the
    physician’s plan of treatment. Establishes and updates the speech therapy plan of treatment.
  • Reports changes in patient condition to appropriate personnel and the attending physician. Provides
    patient care education to clients and other caregivers. Participates in coordination of services with
    other disciplines and community resources as needed.
  • Completes and submits all required documentation in a timely manner.
  • Demonstrates sensitivity to patient and/or family needs, customs or feelings.
  • Participates in case conferences, summary reports, quarterly record review and annual program
    review. Attends in-services or special case orientations.

Qualifications
  • Master’s degree.
  • Currently licensed to practice in the state serviced.
    ASHA certificate of clinical competence.
  • Must obtain and maintain current CPR Certification.
  • One-year speech therapy experience in a clinical setting required.
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