Speech Language Pathologist / SLP / PRN

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POST DATE 10/10/2017
END DATE 1/18/2018

EnduraCare Acute Care Services Canton, IL

Canton, IL
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Masters Degree


Speech Language Pathologist - SLP

Position: Speech Language Pathologist - SLP
Setting: Hospital
Venue: shifts available for: Outpatient, Acute, SNU

Speech Language Pathologist - SLP

EnduraCare Acute Care Services:
Realistic Expectations
Quality Patient Care
Education & Compliance
Ideal company culture
Supports employee growth and development

Speech Language Pathologist - SLP

Ideal candidate:
Enjoy where you are and love what you do!
Rehab is your passion!
Providing the best possible clinical care to your patients!
Being a part of a positive working environment!

Speech Language Pathologist - SLP

Who we are and what we do? EnduraCare Acute Care Services:
America's leading provider of hospital therapy services (PT, OT, SLP))

We provide services in 13 states within the US

Our average contract tenure of more than 10 years demonstrates our focus on long-term relationships with satisfied customers.

We do one thing, and we do it well! - rehabilitation therapy services
(1) Inpatient Acute Care
(2) Outpatient
(3) Inpatient Rehab (IRF)
(4) Skilled Nursing Units
(5) Skilled Nursing Facilities
(6) Home Health

We understand the importance of the interdisciplinary process, delivering the required intensity of service and regulatory requirements driving service delivery.

Speech Language Pathologist - SLP
We're not just out to change the world of therapy, we're actually changing it!

To Discuss your ideal Speech Language Pathologist - SLP position, contact:
Chanta Courtney
Director of Recruiting



The Speech Language Pathologist provides and directs Speech Therapy Services to patients to include assessment and treatment, development and implementation of programs, and related professional in-services. Performs duties under the direction of physician's orders.

Responsibilities include:
Provide exceptional patient care
Conduct screenings of patients at regular intervals to determine need for intervention/treatment
Perform Evaluations
Interprets and communicates evaluation findings to patient, family and other team members
Provide treatment planning
Participates in discharge planning
Demonstrates sound judgement
Other duties as deemed necessary

Masters Degree in Speech Language Pathology {graduate of a masters level program in Speech-Language Pathology whose course work and practice meet the American Speech-Language and Hearing Association (ASHA) certification requirements.}
Certificate of Clinical Competency or eligible for Clinical Fellowship Year
Licensed to practice in the state
Demonstrates good skills in all forms of communication
Maintains education and development appropriate for position
Works well with others in a spirit of team work and cooperation
Performs position specific job functions at an acceptable level
Supports health system mission, vision and values
Adheres to established hospital and department guidelines
must understand and follow policies and procedures of the department and demonstrate compliance with accreditation and regulatory compliance requirements.

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