As the region's only Level I Trauma center, Harborview Medical Center is well known for innovations and excellence in trauma care and its centers of emphasis: Trauma, Burn, Neurosciences, AIDS/STD, Center for Advanced Reconstruction and Rehabilitation (CARER), and mentally-and medically- vulnerable populations. Harborview employees are committed to the vital role the institution plays in the immediate community, as well as the entire Northwest region.
Harborview Medical Center has an outstanding opportunity for a part-time, temporary, day shift, AUDIOLOGIST 2.
Under general supervision, this individual will assess, plan, administer, evaluate and provide safe audiology services. This will include progression of treatment goals and patient and family education. The Audiologist will assess and treat a patient caseload ranging from routine to complex patient problems and situations and utilize training in the evaluation and treatment process. Collaborate with other disciplines as appropriate to coordinate continuity of patient care from admission to discharge. Instruct, assign work and evaluate students as assigned by supervisor. Acts as a resource within the Audiology department for other health care professional. Participate in service or selected department activities/projects to promote delivery of quality audiology services. Provide education training to other audiology staff and health care professionals in areas of expertise within the service. Competitive candidates will demonstrate working knowledge of the disease process, precautions, typical medical treatment and diagnostic procedures, functional, abilities, complications and implications of long term deficits related to primary diagnoses treated in service area
Provide skilled, timely and effective patient care. Demonstrate in depth knowledge in Audiology related services.
Follows protocol, standards and guidelines of care relating to specific diagnosis on assigned service.
Plan treatment programs with the patient and treatment team. Document intervention and strategies for treatment in required organizational systems.
Documentation is to include assessment, measurable criteria, goals method of treatment, home programs and adapting plan according to patient’s response to intervention.
Participate in team rounds and other educational information to patient and support systems prior to termination of therapy intervention.
Provide home programs and other educational information to patient and support systems prior to termination of therapy intervention.
Knowledge of other treatment team member’s roles with intervention and effective methods to collaborate in patient’s treatment.
Coordinate patient care programs with treatment team to facilitate and enhance functional outcomes.
Follow billing and reimbursement procedures.
Comply with agency and division standards, protocols procedures.
Assist in the development of procedures and protocols for the service area.
Assist supervisor in the review of the quality and appropriateness of individual programs and procedures.
REQUIREMENTS: A Master’s degree in Speech-Language Pathology/Audiology or Communicative Disorders or documentation of American Speech-Language Hearing Association approved equivalent to the Master’s degree consisting of approved curriculum and student practicum hours. AND A Certificate of Clinical Competence from the American Speech-Language and Hearing Association. Two years of experience as a speech pathologist or audiologist is preferred.
LEGAL REQUIREMENT: Active license as an Audiologist with the WA DOH.
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