Speech-Language Pathologist

Find your WHY at Reid Health

The Speech-Language Pathologist evaluates patients with speech, language, and swallowing disorders to restore, improve, or maintain the patient’s optimal level of functioning, independence, and quality of life. Education, counseling, and instructing in use of devices and techniques are modalities used to improve functional communication.

Our values of Excellence, Empathy, Integrity and Accountability are essential to exceed our customers’ expectations. At Reid, we look for individuals who believe in our core values and demonstrate a genuine desire to make a positive impact to those we serve. We take pride in employing people who show up every day with a commitment to these values along with our mission and vision. We are one team working toward a common goal of providing outstanding customer care and service to our communities. If you have a calling to serve and are looking for meaningful and purposeful work, Reid Health is the place for you.

To lead our communities to well-being, one person at a time. It is not just what we do – it is who we are.

Overview of Responsibilities

Evaluates each patient utilizing applicable diagnostic, prognostic and functional ability tests.

Re-evaluates patient’s status at appropriate intervals.

Interprets evaluation data, history and applicable medical documentation to determine rehabilitation potential and potential benefit from intervention.

Identifies physical, social and psychological needs of the patient, family and significant other.

Utilizes patient/family caregiver input in setting functional rehabilitation goals.

Documents goals in functional, measurable terms with stated time frames.

Incorporates information gained in evaluation and assessment to determine appropriate, specific treatment plan for intervention.

Involves patient/family caregiver in treatment planning.

Demonstrates competence in performing all procedures and treatments required in area of practice, including but not exclusive to those listed in the Competency Inventory.

Demonstrates awareness of continuity of patient care by following established plans.

Modifies patient care based on continual assessment of the patient and effect of treatment intervention.

Demonstrates skills in identifying, interpreting and incorporating patient’s psychological, physical, and social responses to intervention.

Provides and/or recommends equipment or supplies for home use. May include augmentative and/or alternative communication devices.

Provides education appropriate to each patient’s level of understanding regarding evaluation, treatment and self-responsibility.

Instructs in home treatment program to facilitate rehabilitation and promote independence in care as appropriate.

Collaborates with patient, caregivers and other health care professionals in planning discharge from rehabilitation services.

Initiates discharge planning at time of initial evaluation.

Confers and communicates with referring physicians and other appropriate persons through the use of progress notes, letters, evaluations, team meetings, and direct contact concerning the proposed course, progress, and discharge plan of each patient.

Clear, concise, and clinically useful documentation in medical record is completed in a timely manner according to department procedures.


Education: Masters Degree in Speech-Language Pathology from an accredited educational program.

Experience: None required. Preference may be given to individuals with advanced clinical experience or skills.

CERTIFICATION: Must be fully certified in Indiana to practice as a Speech-Language Pathologist. May work with a Temporary Permit without license in accordance with Indiana regulations. Must maintain active CPR certification. Must hold Certificate of Clinical Competence (C.C.C.) Awarded by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association or in the process of completing the Clinical Fellowship Year (C.F.Y.). Additionally, if assigned to provide services in Ohio, the SLP is required to hold a current Ohio license.

Schedule DetailsDay Shift. 40 hours weekly. 8a-4:30p.

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