Pediatric Speech-Language Pathologist position working with a dynamic multidisciplinary team, in outpatient and inpatient settings. With experience, opportunities may be available in specialty areas, including NICU. Seeking a team-player with excellent communication skills, strong evidence-based practice, caring attitude towards all patients and their families, and effective time management / organization skills.
Responsibilities of the Pediatric Speech-Language Pathologist include:
Evaluations, re-evaluations and ongoing direct patient care with children from birth to 18 years
Management of a highly diverse caseload including treatment of language, articulation, cognitive, feeding and swallowing disorders
Coordination of care with other providers
Master's degree from an accredited Speech-Language Pathology/Communication Disorders program
ASHA Certification of Clinical Competence in Speech-Language Pathology
Alabama Speech Language Pathology license
Experience required with pediatric feeding, swallowing, and modified barium swallow studies
Internal Number: 2019-18816
About Huntsville Hospital
Huntsville Hospital is a 971-bed hospital that serves as the regional referral center for North Alabama and southern Tennessee. Huntsville Hospital is governed by the Health Care Authority of the City of Huntsville and is the second-largest hospital in Alabama. In recent years, the hospital has expanded its services throughout the region with the development of Huntsville Hospital Health System, which includes hospitals in Huntsville, Madison, Athens, Decatur, Boaz, Guntersville, Moulton, Red Bay, Sheffield and Fayetteville, Tenn. The Health System includes more than 2,200 patient beds and 15,000 employees.