Speech Language Pathologist
SAINT JOHN HOSPITAL - Leavenworth, KS

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Required Qualification
1.Current Certification of clinical competence (C.C.C.) from the Council for Clinical Certification of American Speech-Language-Hearing Association.
2.New graduates in the clinical fellowship year (C.F.Y.) must have temporary license from the Kansas Department of Health and Environment.
3.BLS for Healthcare Provider from American Heart Association within 30 days of employment.
4.Demonstrates knowledge of reading, writing and math skills.
5.Demonstrates the ability to use critical thinking skills to identify problems and opportunities.
6.Exhibits personal proficiency and timeliness in the use of computer keyboard skills in relationship to computerized documentation.
7.Demonstrates exceptional customer service skills to meet and, whenever possible, exceed patient & family needs and expectations.
8.Demonstrates exceptional communication skills.
9.Prefer independent clinical experience in specialty area of job opening (acute care, outpatient, pediatrics or video swallow studies).

2.New graduates in the clinical fellowship year (C.F.Y.) must have temporary license from the Kansas Department of Health and Environment.
3.BLS for Healthcare Provider from American Heart Association within 30 days of employment.
4.Demonstrates knowledge of reading, writing and math skills.
5.Demonstrates the ability to use critical thinking skills to identify problems and opportunities.
6.Exhibits personal proficiency and timeliness in the use of computer keyboard skills in relationship to computerized documentation.
7.Demonstrates exceptional customer service skills to meet and, whenever possible, exceed patient & family needs and expectations.
8.Demonstrates exceptional communication skills.
9.Prefer independent clinical experience in specialty area of job opening (acute care, outpatient, pediatrics or video swallow studies).

Job description/Responsibilities
The speech-language pathologist is committed to improving the health of the individuals and communities we serve, especially those who are poor or vulnerable, supporting our mission in all aspects of his/her professional practice. This practice includes direct care activities as well as acts of delegation, coordination, collaboration, teamwork, and time management. The speech-language pathologist is responsible for evaluating patient needs and establishing a plan of care to address those needs. The speech-language pathologist is accountable for the quality of care that his/her patients receive and for the conformity of that care to nationally, regionally, and locally accepted standards of care and best practice.

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