GENERAL SUMMARY |
The mission of the Audiology Department is to provide preventative, evaluative and therapeutic services in communication to children and their families. An Audiologist evaluates the patient's hearing status, explains results, and makes recommendations to the patient and family. The Audiologist demonstrates competencies defined (*) in Audiologist's responsibilities in providing diagnostic audiometric evaluations on inpatients and outpatients in multi-disciplinary settings, such as Ear, Nose and Throat, Neonatology, Hematology/Oncology, and Craniofacial.
Audiologist must have a minimum of a Masters Degree.
Must have a valid Ohio License in Audiology and Certification in Audiology from the American Speech Language Hearing Association.
Previous Pediatric experience is required.
MINIMUM PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS
Hearing, seeing, finger dexterity, sitting, standing,
and walking are required constantly.
Pushing and lifting up to 25 pounds are required occasionally
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