PruittHealth Speech Language Pathologist (SLP) – Part Time/PRN, Lexington County in Lexington, South Carolina
Category : Therapy Services
Location/City : SC - Lexington
Id : 22987
Committed to Your Career? Join PruittHealth as a Home Health Speech Therapist !At PruittHealth, we're committed to a lot of things. But we're especially committed to caring for our patients and residents, as well as providing our employees with a rewarding career as a member of our PruittHealth family.That's why we attract employees who are passionate about providing the highest quality level of care possible for our patients. We also attract people who are looking for a home, rather than just a job â where being part of a family at work is as important as the type of work they are doing.We offer a progressive benefits program that reflects our commitment to caring for our 16,000 partners: Home Health Car Program. Home Care Home Base. 5-Star bonus incentive programs for achieving quality goals. Tuition Reimbursement. Sign-on bonus. External Referral Fee. Attractive relocation. Partner Referral Program. Employer paid profit sharing. Employer matching 401(k). Paid Time Off (PTO) accruals beginning the first day of employment. Access to "Purchasing Power" financial health program after one year of employment.PruittHealth Home Health is among the 2015 OCS HomeCare Elite Award Winners â join our outstanding team of skilled home health caregivers!As a member of our team, you will also have access to career growth and education through the following programs: Tuition Reimbursement. CNA Ladder Program. Administrator-in-Training Program. Nurse Aide Certification Programs. Leadership Mirroring. Committed to Caring Recognition Program.Position: Speech Language Pathologist (SLP) â Part Time/PRNLocation: PruittHealth Home Health â Columbia, SC(Servicing Lexington County)Job Description:Provides therapy treatments to PruittHealth Home Care patients in their place of residence.Essential Skill/Knowledge Function:Instructs the patient/patient caregiver (s) on home care techniques, safety, etc. as indicated.Performs other duties as assigned by Patient Care Coordinator.Participates in the agency Performance Improvement Program.Maintains competence level to meet agency and JCAHO standards governing personnel training and qualifications and patient care by participating in the agency in-service and education program.Assists the patient in learning appropriate self-care techniques.Actively participates in interdisciplinary team conferencing.Advises and consults the family and other interdisciplinary team members to promote the optimal functional outcomes.Instructs the patient/patient caregiver(s) on the total speech and language therapy program.Provides therapy services according to the plan of care that has been developed and ordered by the physician.Meets agency productivity standards and utilizes time and resources effectively.Maintains clinical record to meet Federal, State and agency regulations and guidelines.Informs the physician, RN Care Manager, Patient Care Coordinator and other interdisciplinary team members of the current patient condition, outcomes, response to treatment and any changes which may indicate a change in patient condition or need to revise the plan of treatment.Demonstrates ongoing evaluation of effectiveness of therapy treatments/interventions.Prepares clinical documentation including assessments, visit and progress notes, and coordinates services as directed by the RN Care Manager and/or Patient Care Coordinator. Submits all documentation within timelines determined by the agency.Assesses the health status of assigned patients according to the agency policies and procedures and job standards.Revises the care plan as indicated.Regularly reevaluates the patient's level of function and skilled therapy needs.Treats the patient to relieve swallowing difficulty, develop or restore function and obtain maximum outcomes according to the established plan of care.Instructs the patient/patient caregiver(s) on home care techniques, safety, etc. as indicated.Instructs the patient/patient caregiver(s) on the total speech and language therapy program.Performs other duties as assigned by Patient Care Coordinator.Participates in the agency Performance Improvement Program.Maintains competence level to meet agency and JCAHO standards governing personnel training and qualifications and patient care by participating in the agency in-service and education program.Actively participates in interdisciplinary team conferencing.Assists the patient in learning appropriate self-care techniques.Advises and consults the family and other interdisciplinary team members to promote the optimal functional outcomes.Essential Administrative Functions:Participate in center/agency surveys (Licensure / JCAHO) and any subsequently required reports.Attend and participate in continuing educational programs to keep abreast of changes in your field as well as to maintain current license/certification, as required.Attend and participate in mandatory in-services.Honor patients/residents' rights to fair and equitable treatment, self-determination, individuality, privacy, property and civil rights, including the right to wage complaints.Comply with corporate compliance program.Report job-related functions/tasks that involve occupational hazards including exposure to blood and body fluids and others as necessary.Follow established safety regulations, to include fire protection & prevention, smoking regulations, infection control, etc.Follow established safety procedures when performing tasks and/or working with equipment.Perform other related duties as necessary and as directed by supervisor.Licensure/Certification/Education Requirements:Current state license as a Speech Language Pathologist. Valid driver's license and automobile liability insurance. Current CPR certification. Certification of degree from an accredited school of speech language pathology.Freedom from illegal use of drugs, and freedom from use and effects of use of drugs and alcohol in the workplace. Persons who have been found guilty by a court of law of abusing, neglecting or mistreating individuals in a health care related setting are ineligible for employment in this position.Other Training, Skills, and Experience Requirements: Minimum of 2 years therapy experience is required. Previous home health care experience is preferred.For immediate consideration, please click on the "Apply Now" at the top right of this screen.PruittHealth is an Equal Employment Opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability or veteran status.