The Speech Language Pathologist(SLP)performs patient evaluations and provides SLP interventions according to standards set forth by the ASHA, Georgia law, the Department of Rehabilitation Services and SRHS. The SLP must demonstrate skills needed to treat age groups from school age to geriatrics, and in some cases toddlers and infants. The SLP coordinates care with other health care providers within the hospital.
Graduate of a speech language pathology program and must have received a master's degree in speech language pathology and ASHAs Certificate of Clinical Competence,or commence beginning a Clinical Fellowship experience. Current SLP licensure in the State of Georgia. Current CPR certification
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