Speech Language Pathologist Home Health PRN Days
Per Diem, Days
Florida Hospital Flagler
At Florida Hospital Flagler, we’re deeply rooted in the community and strive to extend the healing ministry of Christ in everything we do. Our recently constructed, state-of-the-art hospital in Palm Coast, Florida is equipped with the latest technology, specially trained experts, and advanced care centers.
Florida Hospital Flagler is owned and operated by Adventist Health System, a faith-based health care organization. Through our Christian mission of hope, health and healing, we strive to promote wellness of mind, body and spirit. At Florida Hospital Flagler, providing the best possible care to our community requires hiring the best possible care providers.
• The Joint Commission has recognized Florida Hospital Flagler as a Top Performer on Key Quality Measures.
• Accredited Orthopedic Center of Excellence from The Joint Commission. The Joint Commission has also recognized Florida Hospital Flagler as a Top Performer on Key Quality Measures
• Recognized by the American Heart Association as a Platinum-Level Fit-Friendly Worksite
• “A” rating on patient safety from The Leapfrog Group based on our exemplary services, processes and structures.
• Designated Breast Imaging Center of Excellence according to the American College of Radiology (ACR).
• Commission on Cancer Accreditation recognizing commitment to provide exceptional care to patients
• Named a Gallup Great Workplace Award winner for fifth year in a row.
We offer career opportunities in a variety of setting from physician office practices, to acute care, home care and hospice. If Florida Hospital Flagler sounds like your next career destination, we encourage you to apply today at https://ahs.taleo.net/careersection/95flagler/jobsearch.ftl?lang=en&src=cws-10380Qualifications
You will be responsible for:
You will be responsible for:
- Performs an evaluation and utilizes the findings to determine diagnosis (for SLP services), prognosis and plan of care in consultation with the physician. Determines specific interventions, duration and frequency needed to achieve anticipated goals and outcomes.
- Observes and records activities and findings in the clinical record and reports to the physician the patient’s reaction to treatment and any changes in patient’s condition, or when there are deviations from the plan of care.
- Instructs the patient and caregiver regarding the patient’s speech language improvement program including adaptive equipment and the home program.
- Instructs other health team personnel including, when appropriate, home health aides and caregivers in certain phases of speech therapy with which they may work with the patient.
- Selects, applies or modifies skilled intervention to the patient using various skilled interventions consistent with the state practice act to achieve the best outcome possible for the patient. Assesses patient response to interventions and performs reassessments as required.
- Documents in medical record, accurately reflecting treatment provided. Updates the care plan as needed including the aide care plan; writes modified orders for changes in the plan of care, performs and documents the aide supervision by the due date.
- Completes all documentation within the time frame required by the agency, including reassessments, discharge summaries and OASIS documents.
- Participates in clinical record review, agency staff meetings, therapy meetings and other activities as requested.
What will you need?
- Masters level graduate of a Speech Language Pathology program
- Current state of Florida Speech/Language Pathology license
- Current Florida driver’s license
- Basic Life Support certification