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Speech language pathologist ip therapy

Tower Health

This is a Full-time position in West Reading, PA posted May 30, 2019.

Join our fast growing Therapy Team, where we are advancing health and transforming lives.

Speech language pathologists evaluate patients referred for appraisal of speech, language, voice, fluency, and dysphazia.

The ideal candidate carries out therapy, if appropriate, communicates results to patients, parents and other professionals.

The Therapy department is a family, so this indivdual would participates in various Hospital and community related activities..

Evaluates, plans and implements treatment programs for referred patients according to accepted principles and practices of Speech Therapy.

Supports all programs in the Rehabilitation Continuum.

Maintains working relationships with Hospital leadership, physicians, nurses, case managers, social workers, allied health professionals, ancillary services, and hospital support personnel.

Supervised by and reports to Therapy Manager or Senior Therapist.

Supervises assistants, aides, and students.

We offer the most innovative treatment options and advanced therapy techniques to ensure our patients get back to doing what they love as quickly as possible.

Our experienced and personable staff members have created a warm and positive environment where our patients know that their care is our number one priority.

There are many opportunities to grow professionally through our Career Advancement Program.

This position offers a possible sign-on bonus as well!

Focus on Neurological Cognitive, Voice, and Swallow Rehabilitation.

Video Swallow study experience required within this role and/or willingness/desire to train.

Evaluates patients referred for appraisal of speech, language, dysphagia and/or voice disorders.

Carries out therapy, if appropriate, communicates results to patients, parents and other professionals, participates in various Hospital and community related activities.

Previous experience with a variety of neurogenic disorders and swallowing disorders with adults.

Experiences with videofluroscopy swallow assessment.

Graduate of an accredited program, CCC required.