Speech Language Pathologist (VOICE)
Baylor Scott & White Institute for Rehab
Speech Language Pathologist (VOICE)/ Plano, TX
Outpatient Division / Full Time
Schedule: Full time, no weekends
Select Medical complies with state and federal wage and hour laws. Compensation depends upon candidate's years of experience and internal equity. Starting Salary: $70,720.00
- We currently offer six professional residency programs that you would be eligible to apply for Ortho, Pelvic Health, Sports, Neuro, Acute, and Oncology
- In-house NAIOMT program for manual therapy advancement with fellowship opportunities
- Clinical Ladder - Opportunity for staff clinicians to bonus an additional $2000 - $3500 based on extra-curricular activities
- National education courses and local online CEU library free to full-time employees
- Potential annual bonus based on overall clinic performance
- Student loan repayment assistance
Also, as a member of the Select Medical Corporation, should life take you to a different area of the country in the future, we have an extensive network of sister companies that could allow for easy transfer without interruption to your benefits.
Baylor Scott & White Institute for Rehabilitation (BSWIR) is seeking a full-time speech pathologist experienced in the diagnosis and treatment of voice and upper airway disorders, including functional, organic, and neurological voice disorders as well as those secondary to head/neck cancer in an outpatient interdisciplinary department. This position is unique in that it is housed in the Baylor Scott & White Institute for Rehabilitation Plano Alliance location and will also participate in a multidiscipline laryngology clinic alongside fellowship-trained laryngologists, as well as be open to treating voice patients at 1-2 additional locations. Potential for rotation within the Baylor Scott & White The Voice Center under the leadership of our Voice Medical Director, a fellowship-trained laryngologist, for instrumentals is part of this position as well as the responsibility for expanding the voice program throughout the community. Patients served will be primarily within the adult population with voice, upper airway, and swallowing disorders. This position allows for continued leadership opportunities within the BSWIR voice community, which prides itself in its strong team of SLPs who practice in a variety of specialty areas.
Evaluates all assigned patients and develops, implements and modifies treatment plan in accordance with the patient’s need and physician direction. Responsible for delegation and direction of all discipline-specific therapy services for those assigned patients. Ensures the design of functional treatment programs allowing for an effective return to community activities. Serves as an educator of patients, families, students, co-workers and self. Performs other professional duties associated with the care of the patient, development of discipline-specific therapy services and design of program delivery.
- Assess patients with voice, upper airway and/or swallowing deficits as part of the treatment team with physicians and other providers.
- Establish need for therapeutic intervention and implement plan of care alongside other health professionals.
- Perform diagnostics which may include: acoustics, aerodynamics, videostroboscopy, flexible endoscopic evaluations of swallowing (FEES) and Modified Barium Swallow Studies.
- Participate in training and program development and represent the department to the medical and general community.
- Stay abreast of all new developments in voice and upper airway disorders by reading professional journals, communicating with other professionals in the field, and participation in local, state, and national clinical education.
- Demonstrate flexibility in schedule and approach to meet the patients’ and departmental operational needs.
- Work with the Voice Medical Director through clinical initiatives, grand rounds, and clinical collaboration.
- Perform treatment with individuals with Parkinson Disease with certification in either SPEAK OUT or LSVT.
- Master’s degree in Speech-Language Pathology
- Certificate of Clinical Competence from ASHA
- Current SLP License from the State of Texas
- BLS certification from the American Heart Association
- Three (3) or more years of experience in subspecialized voice, airway, resonance, and swallowing disorders in a medical setting. Ideal candidate has completed a Voice Fellowship.
- Completion of competencies in diagnostics which may include: videostroboscopy, flexible endoscopic evaluations of swallowing (FEES), and Modified Barium Swallow Studies.
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