Speech Language Pathologist - PRN

Job Description

Provides comprehensive speech-language pathology services to patients with communication disorders, cognitive disorders, and swallowing disorders. Services include evaluation, treatment planning, implementation of individualized treatment programs, and discharge planning. Supervises graduate student internships.



• Is polite and tactful when dealing with customer

• Maintains confidentiality at all time

• Promotes and values the diverse beliefs and needs of other associates, patients, physicians and community

• Is attentive to instructions and asks questions to increase understanding


• Works cooperatively within department and other area

• Meets department needs with flexibility

• Voluntarily assists others when his/her own work if finished

• Promotes a pleasant work environment

• Adapts to changing conditions in a calm and productive manner


• Presents a positive image of the Health Alliance

• Adapts to changing condition in a calm and productive manner

• Actively participates in in-service, unit meetings, conference

• Promotes the Health Alliance as an ethical organization by governing word and actions by honesty

• Is attentive to instructions and asks questions to increase understanding

• Deals with conflict in an appropriate and timely manner

• Uses proper lines of communication to keep others informed or to address problem


• Makes customer service a top priority

• Eagerly provides assistance to other

• Listens to, identifies, and responds quickly and appropriately to customer need


• Completes duties with the highest level of quality, meeting or exceeding customer expectation

• Willingly accepts new ideas and suggestion

• Continuously looks for and suggests ways to do things better

• Strives for higher quality outcomes and increased satisfaction

• Functions as a productive and resourceful member of groups/teams/committee



Please describe any specialized knowledge or skills, which are REQUIRED to perform the position duties. Do not personalize the job description, credentials, or knowledge and skills based on the current associate. List any special education required for this position.

EDUCATION: Master's Degree in Speech Language Pathology

YEARS OF EXPERIENCE: Minimum of 2 years in a hospital or extended care setting

REQUIRED SKILLS AND KNOWLEDGE: Knowledge and skills in assessment and treatment of adult communication, cognition and swallowing disorders. Knowledge and skill in graduate student supervision. Excellent collaborative team skills.


Ohio License in Speech Language Pathology

American Speech Language and Hearing Association Certificate of Clinical Competence (CCC)