Performs diagnostic evaluation of patients with communication disorders and administers speech and language treatment to patients. Participates in the management of patient care to include identification of communicative disorders' diagnosis; linking and scheduling patient with required services, monitoring care delivery, advocating for the patient, and evaluating outcomes. The Speech Pathologist facilitates patient care across the health care continuum, and assists other team members. This position requires flexibility of hours and is eligible for overtime pay.
Determined by patient care area. One year related practice experience preferred.
Masters Degree in Speech pathology, Language Pathology, or Communicative Disorders required.
California State Licensure in speech pathology as speech pathologist. Current American Heart Association BLS Course C.