Speech-Language Pathologist — Acute Care – Yuma, Arizona
August 6, 2018
Full Time - Post Doctoral Fellowship
We’re seeking a Speech-Language Pathologist to work at Yuma Regional Medical Center in Yuma, Arizona. We would prefer with 5 years experience or more; however, exceptional new graduateswill be considered as well, that is self-motivated, goal-oriented, well-organized, and has exceptional interpersonal skills. We’d also like to find an individual that ideally possesses the following:
Competencies in bedside swallow assessment
Video-fluoroscopic swallow study preferred, but we’re willing to train in this area if necessary
Passion for education, as both a student learning new things, and as a mentor to others
Resourceful and solutions-oriented approach to challenges
Ability to foster an ideal work environment, that is professional as well friendly, fun and welcoming to all our patients and staff
Capacity to complete administrative tasks and documentation in a timely manner
Desire to go above and beyond to ensure that each employee and patient receives the very best treatment possible
Please call or email us to learn more about us and this tremendous opportunity at the number listed below; or, we will also be happy to arrange for qualified applicants to come meet us and get to know our our team and community in person.
At Southwest Rehab Associates we also provide our team with highly competitive Pay and Benefits, as well as Sign-on Bonuses and Moving Assistance.
You can “Have it All” at Southwest Rehabilitation Associates!
Southwest Rehab is a locally-owned company serving Yuma since 1986. We believe that successful rehabilitation is a partnership between the patient, physician and therapy team. We are dedicated to providing patient centered care that involves thorough evaluation, treatment, education and motivation to help you achieve your goals.
The AMERICAN SPEECH-LANGUAGE-HEARING ASSOCIATION (ASHA) is the national professional, scientific, and credentialing association for members and affiliates who are audiologists, speech-language pathologists, speech, language, and hearing scientists, audiology and speech-language pathology support personnel, and students