Per Diem Speech-Language Pathologist

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Green Bay, WI

As a Per Diem Speech-Language Pathologist (SLP) on our team, you could work in either a home health or skilled nursing facility setting. In this position you would travel to see patients in Green Bay and the surrounding areas. You’ll evaluate and treat patients according to their physician by using therapeutic procedures designed to address deficits in speech, language, hearing, swallowing, etc. to improve their safety and quality of life. You’ll fit well in our role as a Per Diem SLP if you:

  • Like working independently, but collaborating with an interdisciplinary team.
  • Have excellent oral and written communication skills.
  • Are a self-starter and enjoy working on your own – but also appreciate a team to support you when needed.
  • Want flexibility in scheduling and love helping people reach their goals and improve their quality of life!

About the location:
Take the next step of your healthcare career in Green Bay, WI in our Per Diem Speech-Language Pathologist position. While working in the summer you would have time to take in the scenery of the Green Bay Botanical Gardens or visit the animals at the NEW Zoo. Then in the winter you can catch a show at the Resch Center or go sledding and ice skating at the Titletown District. There’s so much to explore when continuing or starting your career as our Speech-Language Pathologist in Green Bay, WI!

Have a few questions before applying? Contact us!

Certification Requirements

  • Prefer a minimum of one year of clinical experience as a Speech-Language Pathologist.
  • Graduate of an accredited Speech-Language Pathology program.
  • Hold the Certificate of Clinical Competence in Speech/Language Pathology from The American Speech/Language/Hearing Association.
  • Current Speech-Language Pathology license in the State of Wisconsin.
  • CPR/BLS (in accordance with American Heart Association) upon hire and appropriate renewal.
  • CEUs as required by state licensure regulations and American Speech Language Hearing Association.
  • This position requires frequent travel between patient homes; must be a license driver with an automobile that is insured in accordance with state or organization requirements and is in good working order.

Job Duties

  • Respond to and initiate patient referrals.
  • Review available patient information to conduct and document a thorough assessment of communication and cognitive function of the patient utilizing standardized procedures including home/vocational and equipment needs.
  • Develop and implement an individualized treatment plan based on patient needs and containing achievable functional goals.
  • Complete OASIS documentation if working in Home Health setting.
  • Comply with evaluation, treatment and documentation guidelines.
  • Record patient progress in the patient record a minimum of every thirty (30) days or as required.
  • Revise treatment plans, as needed, throughout the treatment process.
  • Documents the course of treatment from initial evaluation through discharge in a clear, concise manner in accordance with PRN Home Health & Therapy standards.
  • Orient patients to program services and treatment procedures appropriate to their needs. Inform patients of any potential risk during any procedure.
  • Work with clinical staff, patient and families to maximize patient’s use of functional abilities.
  • Establish and teach home exercise programs for patients and/or care givers following discharge.
  • Collaborate with clinical team to develop and educate patient and/or care givers on safe discharge plan.