We are seeking a full-time speech-language pathologist experienced in the diagnosis and treatment of functional, organic, and neurological voice disorders in their outpatient interdisciplinary department. In addition, experience in voice issues secondary to head/neck cancer and ability to perform videostroboscopy is preferred.
BIR Outpatient has a multi-disciplinary team model overseen by Baylor laryngologist, Dr. Lindsey Arviso, in addition to a network of community ENTs in the vast Dallas-Ft. Worth metroplex. We work with a variety of diagnosis, including vocal lesions, laryngeal cancers, PVFM/VCD, tremor, MTD, SD, vocal fold atrophy, and vocal fold paralysis or paresis. Clinical caseload may also include treatment of dysphagia (secondary cause of MTD, reflux, cancer, neurological changes, or deconditioning). This role allows for continued leadership opportunities within the BIR voice community, which prides itself in its strong team of SLPs who practice in a variety of specialty areas.
Looking for a motivated and experienced individual who is willing to mentor and collaborate with other voice specialty clinicians within the BIR system, partner with local university graduate programs, direct monthly team rounding of difficult patient cases, and participate in the continued growth of vocal rehabilitation at BIR.
Additional Salary Information: Salary based on experience
Making a difference starts with a quality team! Baylor Institute for Rehabilitation, located throughout Dallas/Fort Worth, offers opportunities at our 3 inpatient rehab hospitals, 8 acute care therapy units, 2 inpatient therapy units, home health division and more than 60 outpatient therapy and sports medicine clinics. We are part of an inpatient and outpatient rehabilitation network as a joint venture of Baylor Scott & White Health and Select Medical.
The American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) is the national professional, scientific, and credentialing association for 191,500 members and affiliates who are audiologists; speech-language pathologists; speech, language, and hearing scientists; audiology and speech-language pathology support personnel; and students.