Norman Regional Health System

  • Therapist Speech-Language Pathologist PRN

    Job Locations US-OK-Norman
    ID
    2019-5029
    Category
    Allied Health
    Position Type
    PRN
    Department
    Physical Rehabilitation
  • Overview

    Norman Regional Health System is a team of more than 3,000 healers all working together to bring our mission and vision to life. Our mission is to serve our community as the leader in health and wellness care. Our vision is to be the provider of choice to improve the health and well-being of our regional communities.

    We call our employees healers because we view every single member of our team as having an impact either face-to-face or behind the scenes on our patients’ and visitors’ journey through our health system.

    We strive to recruit and retain healers who embody our spirit of customer service and who represent Norman Regional’s five core values: Integrity, Communications, Attitude, Results and Engagement or ICARE.

    This is a special place to work. Apply today to join our compassionate team of healers and make a difference in the lives of those we serve.

    Responsibilities

    Evaluates and administers treatment to a wide variety of speech, language, voice, oral motor and swallowing disorders in patients of all ages (inpatient, outpatient or home care).

    Qualifications

    Masters degree in Speech Language Pathology. Previous experience in hospital preferred; dysphagia experience required; Medicare documentation experience preferred. For Out patient setting: Experience with outpatients, dysphagia, and medicare documentation preferred. Current Oklahoma license for Speech-Language Pathology. ASHA Certificate of Clinical Competence. Basic Life Support (BLS) training or re-training is required during orientation prior to providing patient care. Current Basic Life Support (BLS) is required to be maintained thru re-training for duration of employment

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