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Speech Language Pathologist

If you're a self-motivated SLP skilled in a medical setting, you will find the perfect spot on our team. Evaluate and treat patients with speech, language, cognitive and swallowing needs. Patients will include young and old, in-patient and outpatient. You will:

  • Administer and write evaluations of assigned patients in accordance with NDHC standards and procedures.

  • Maintain timely and accurate patient records and reports

  • Design and administer treatment programs to increase patients’ levels of functioning

  • Lead in-services regarding therapy-related matters to NDHC staff and in the community

  • Instruct patients and families to carry out exercises at home when appropriate

  • Provide direct patient care, evaluate functional needs and outcomes, and consult with other specialists

  • Review patients’ needs and adjust care plans to ensure optimal patient outcomes

  • Communicate effectively with other professional and support staff to achieve positive patient outcomes

  • Direct assistants and support staff, delegating tasks when appropriate or necessary

  • Practice NDHC and departmental policies and procedures, objectives, quality improvement program, safety, environmental, and infection control standards

  • Enhance professional growth and development of self and others through participation in educational programs, in-service meetings, and workshops including continuing education requirements

  • Keep up-to-date on professional literature

  • Provide direction and leadership to staff and acts as a resource to promote speech therapy in the community

  • Oversee students during clinical speech language pathology training at NDHC

Requirements: Master’s degree in speech-language pathology and current ND licensure; CCC-ASHA certification

Preferred: 2 years of experience in a healthcare setting.

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