Children’s rehabilitation services are offered at several Intermountain Healthcare sites throughout Utah. This position works at Primary Children's Medical Center as part of the inpatient team. Our team includes specialists licensed in audiology, occupational therapy, physical therapy, rehabilitation medicine and speech therapy.
All sites offer diagnostic testing and treatment for children. We serve children ages 0–21 with injuries and illness, physical challenges, speech, language and cognitive delays, development delays, hearing loss, and other conditions that affect the daily activities most children enjoy. Each therapy program is planned to meet the unique needs of each child. We rely on the child and their primary caregiver to prioritize the plan of care and we require a parent or primary caregiver to take part in the therapy program. Teaching skills to use at home and in the community to parents is as important as the skills and practice the child receives in therapy.
All locations share a treatment philosophy, expertise and a commitment to superior service. Clinical services are provided using evidence based care. Our practitioners continually search for the best treatment options and technologies that have demonstrated effectiveness in caring for children and we consistently apply these best practices. Our goal is safer practice, better outcomes, lowest cost – all leading to healthier and better quality of life.
Under the direction of an ordering physician, the Speech Therapist performs a vital role providing patient services of identifying, evaluating, diagnosing, and treating patients with communication and swallowing impairments. The Speech Therapist is critical in establishing and implementing therapy programs for patients and is essential in the healing process to enhance and increase communication skills and prevent regression of these skills. The Speech Therapist is held in high esteem for the indirect services of consulting, advising and training the patient and the appropriate caregivers.
Entry Rate: $27.07, commensurate with experience
Benefits Eligible: No
Shift Details: PRN position, no guaranteed hours. Need availability to cover vacation time and high census
Additional Details: Will consider n ew graduates that have completed their CFY and have their C's.
- Master's degree in Speech & Language Pathology or Language Disorders. Intermountain verifies both degree attainment and educational institution accreditation following an offer of employment.
- Licensure by the State of Utah to practice Speech-Language Pathology
- This position requires verifiable current Healthcare Provider or Professional Rescuer CPR certification. An original card must be verified prior to start date or the job offer will be withdrawn. For additional information regarding CPR requirements please visit our Job Requirements Page .
- Certificate of Clinical Competence (CCC) awarded by the American Speech-Language-Hearing-Association (ASHA)
- Basic computer skills including word processing and email
- Hearing/listening, lifting, manual dexterity, pulling/pushing, seeing, sitting, speaking, squatting/kneeling, standing, and walking
- A clinical background in neurologic communication and swallowing disorders
- One year pediatric feeding experience is preferred
- Acute care experience preferred
- One year experience in a pediatric environment highly preferred
All positions subject to close without notice
Intermountain Healthcare is an equal opportunity employer M/F/D/V
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