Amedisys

About Amedisys

Amedisys is a leading provider of healthcare in the home with a vision of becoming the premiere solution for patients across the country to age in place. From home health to hospice to personal care, Amedisys team members provide quality, clinically distinctive care to more than 369,000 patients every year.

Every life is precious and tells an incredible story, and we celebrate that each day by honoring our patients with genuine, personal attention. Everything we do, from the boardroom to our nationwide network of care centers, is centered on the best care possible for those who have entrusted us with their well-being and comfort. We work closely with doctors and other healthcare providers to coordinate services, and every patient has an individual plan of care that meets their specific needs.

Amedisys recognizes that nothing we do is possible without our incredible team. For all employees, whether they’re on the front lines delivering direct care or supporting our clinical team, this isn’t just a job – it’s a higher calling. We believe in supporting them as much as they support our success by building a culture of engagement and investing in their futures with ongoing training and support.

Amedisys Dayton, TN 37321, USA
Jun 24, 2019
As a home health speech language pathologist, you will provide one on one therapeutic treatment and care to patients in their home using a comprehensive and patient specific care plan, innovative solutions, and a preferred technology for point of care documentation.  You will have the opportunity to spend quality time with the patient, in their own home, to promote their health and independence.  You will have autonomy in addition to the support and collaboration of a full team of healthcare professionals. Your primary work will include assessing and treating patients with  speech, language, swallowing, cognitive and voice disorders. • Assists the physician in assessing the patient’s level of functioning and the development (and revision, as necessary) of the Plan of Care by applying appropriate tests for speech, hearing and language disorders. • Assesses the patient’s communication, oral-motor integrity, cognitive status, memory and problem solving activities, hearing and speech fluency and quality • Initiates diagnostic, preventive and rehabilitative procedures as appropriate to the patient’s care and safety • Teaches, supervises and counsels the patient and family regarding home procedures and other care needs as appropriate to the patient’s condition. Utilizes educational material as appropriate. Required: • Current and unencumbered license to practice speech pathology specific to that state the employee is assigned to work • Current Certificate of Clinical Competence (in speech pathology) granted by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association. • Current CPR certification • Valid Driver’s License and reliable transportation and agency required liability insurance to perform home visits
Amedisys Salem, OR, USA
Jun 24, 2019
As a home health speech language pathologist, you will provide one on one therapeutic treatment and care to patients in their home using a comprehensive and patient specific care plan, innovative solutions, and a preferred technology for point of care documentation.  You will have the opportunity to spend quality time with the patient, in their own home, to promote their health and independence.  You will have autonomy in addition to the support and collaboration of a full team of healthcare professionals. Your primary work will include assessing and treating patients with  speech, language, swallowing, cognitive and voice disorders. • Assists the physician in assessing the patient’s level of functioning and the development (and revision, as necessary) of the Plan of Care by applying appropriate tests for speech, hearing and language disorders. • Assesses the patient’s communication, oral-motor integrity, cognitive status, memory and problem solving activities, hearing and speech fluency and quality • Initiates diagnostic, preventive and rehabilitative procedures as appropriate to the patient’s care and safety • Teaches, supervises and counsels the patient and family regarding home procedures and other care needs as appropriate to the patient’s condition. Utilizes educational material as appropriate. Required: • Current and unencumbered license to practice speech pathology specific to that state the employee is assigned to work • Current Certificate of Clinical Competence (in speech pathology) granted by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association. • Current CPR certification • Valid Driver’s License and reliable transportation and agency required liability insurance to perform home visits
Amedisys Milledgeville, GA, USA
Jun 24, 2019
As a home health speech language pathologist, you will provide one on one therapeutic treatment and care to patients in their home using a comprehensive and patient specific care plan, innovative solutions, and a preferred technology for point of care documentation.  You will have the opportunity to spend quality time with the patient, in their own home, to promote their health and independence.  You will have autonomy in addition to the support and collaboration of a full team of healthcare professionals. Your primary work will include assessing and treating patients with  speech, language, swallowing, cognitive and voice disorders. • Assists the physician in assessing the patient’s level of functioning and the development (and revision, as necessary) of the Plan of Care by applying appropriate tests for speech, hearing and language disorders. • Assesses the patient’s communication, oral-motor integrity, cognitive status, memory and problem solving activities, hearing and speech fluency and quality • Initiates diagnostic, preventive and rehabilitative procedures as appropriate to the patient’s care and safety • Teaches, supervises and counsels the patient and family regarding home procedures and other care needs as appropriate to the patient’s condition. Utilizes educational material as appropriate. Required: • Current and unencumbered license to practice speech pathology specific to that state the employee is assigned to work • Current Certificate of Clinical Competence (in speech pathology) granted by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association. • Current CPR certification • Valid Driver’s License and reliable transportation and agency required liability insurance to perform home visits
Amedisys Alexandria, LA, USA
Jun 24, 2019
As a home health speech language pathologist, you will provide one on one therapeutic treatment and care to patients in their home using a comprehensive and patient specific care plan, innovative solutions, and a preferred technology for point of care documentation.  You will have the opportunity to spend quality time with the patient, in their own home, to promote their health and independence.  You will have autonomy in addition to the support and collaboration of a full team of healthcare professionals. Your primary work will include assessing and treating patients with  speech, language, swallowing, cognitive and voice disorders. • Assists the physician in assessing the patient’s level of functioning and the development (and revision, as necessary) of the Plan of Care by applying appropriate tests for speech, hearing and language disorders. • Assesses the patient’s communication, oral-motor integrity, cognitive status, memory and problem solving activities, hearing and speech fluency and quality • Initiates diagnostic, preventive and rehabilitative procedures as appropriate to the patient’s care and safety • Teaches, supervises and counsels the patient and family regarding home procedures and other care needs as appropriate to the patient’s condition. Utilizes educational material as appropriate. Required: • Current and unencumbered license to practice speech pathology specific to that state the employee is assigned to work • Current Certificate of Clinical Competence (in speech pathology) granted by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association. • Current CPR certification • Valid Driver’s License and reliable transportation and agency required liability insurance to perform home visits
Amedisys Washington, DC, USA
Jun 24, 2019
As a home health speech language pathologist, you will provide one on one therapeutic treatment and care to patients in their home using a comprehensive and patient specific care plan, innovative solutions, and a preferred technology for point of care documentation.  You will have the opportunity to spend quality time with the patient, in their own home, to promote their health and independence.  You will have autonomy in addition to the support and collaboration of a full team of healthcare professionals. Your primary work will include assessing and treating patients with  speech, language, swallowing, cognitive and voice disorders. • Assists the physician in assessing the patient’s level of functioning and the development (and revision, as necessary) of the Plan of Care by applying appropriate tests for speech, hearing and language disorders. • Assesses the patient’s communication, oral-motor integrity, cognitive status, memory and problem solving activities, hearing and speech fluency and quality • Initiates diagnostic, preventive and rehabilitative procedures as appropriate to the patient’s care and safety • Teaches, supervises and counsels the patient and family regarding home procedures and other care needs as appropriate to the patient’s condition. Utilizes educational material as appropriate. Required: • Current and unencumbered license to practice speech pathology specific to that state the employee is assigned to work • Current Certificate of Clinical Competence (in speech pathology) granted by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association. • Current CPR certification • Valid Driver’s License and reliable transportation and agency required liability insurance to perform home visits
Amedisys Savannah, TN 38372, USA
Jun 24, 2019
As a home health speech language pathologist, you will provide one on one therapeutic treatment and care to patients in their home using a comprehensive and patient specific care plan, innovative solutions, and a preferred technology for point of care documentation.  You will have the opportunity to spend quality time with the patient, in their own home, to promote their health and independence.  You will have autonomy in addition to the support and collaboration of a full team of healthcare professionals. Your primary work will include assessing and treating patients with  speech, language, swallowing, cognitive and voice disorders. • Assists the physician in assessing the patient’s level of functioning and the development (and revision, as necessary) of the Plan of Care by applying appropriate tests for speech, hearing and language disorders. • Assesses the patient’s communication, oral-motor integrity, cognitive status, memory and problem solving activities, hearing and speech fluency and quality • Initiates diagnostic, preventive and rehabilitative procedures as appropriate to the patient’s care and safety • Teaches, supervises and counsels the patient and family regarding home procedures and other care needs as appropriate to the patient’s condition. Utilizes educational material as appropriate. Required: • Current and unencumbered license to practice speech pathology specific to that state the employee is assigned to work • Current Certificate of Clinical Competence (in speech pathology) granted by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association. • Current CPR certification • Valid Driver’s License and reliable transportation and agency required liability insurance to perform home visits
Amedisys Lexington, KY, USA
Jun 24, 2019
As a home health speech language pathologist, you will provide one on one therapeutic treatment and care to patients in their home using a comprehensive and patient specific care plan, innovative solutions, and a preferred technology for point of care documentation.  You will have the opportunity to spend quality time with the patient, in their own home, to promote their health and independence.  You will have autonomy in addition to the support and collaboration of a full team of healthcare professionals. Your primary work will include assessing and treating patients with  speech, language, swallowing, cognitive and voice disorders. • Assists the physician in assessing the patient’s level of functioning and the development (and revision, as necessary) of the Plan of Care by applying appropriate tests for speech, hearing and language disorders. • Assesses the patient’s communication, oral-motor integrity, cognitive status, memory and problem solving activities, hearing and speech fluency and quality • Initiates diagnostic, preventive and rehabilitative procedures as appropriate to the patient’s care and safety • Teaches, supervises and counsels the patient and family regarding home procedures and other care needs as appropriate to the patient’s condition. Utilizes educational material as appropriate. Required: • Current and unencumbered license to practice speech pathology specific to that state the employee is assigned to work • Current Certificate of Clinical Competence (in speech pathology) granted by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association. • Current CPR certification • Valid Driver’s License and reliable transportation and agency required liability insurance to perform home visits
Amedisys Beaufort, SC, USA
Jun 24, 2019
As a home health speech language pathologist, you will provide one on one therapeutic treatment and care to patients in their home using a comprehensive and patient specific care plan, innovative solutions, and a preferred technology for point of care documentation.  You will have the opportunity to spend quality time with the patient, in their own home, to promote their health and independence.  You will have autonomy in addition to the support and collaboration of a full team of healthcare professionals. Your primary work will include assessing and treating patients with  speech, language, swallowing, cognitive and voice disorders. • Assists the physician in assessing the patient’s level of functioning and the development (and revision, as necessary) of the Plan of Care by applying appropriate tests for speech, hearing and language disorders. • Assesses the patient’s communication, oral-motor integrity, cognitive status, memory and problem solving activities, hearing and speech fluency and quality • Initiates diagnostic, preventive and rehabilitative procedures as appropriate to the patient’s care and safety • Teaches, supervises and counsels the patient and family regarding home procedures and other care needs as appropriate to the patient’s condition. Utilizes educational material as appropriate. Required: • Current and unencumbered license to practice speech pathology specific to that state the employee is assigned to work • Current Certificate of Clinical Competence (in speech pathology) granted by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association. • Current CPR certification • Valid Driver’s License and reliable transportation and agency required liability insurance to perform home visits
Amedisys Lancaster, PA, USA
Jun 24, 2019
As a home health speech language pathologist, you will provide one on one therapeutic treatment and care to patients in their home using a comprehensive and patient specific care plan, innovative solutions, and a preferred technology for point of care documentation.  You will have the opportunity to spend quality time with the patient, in their own home, to promote their health and independence.  You will have autonomy in addition to the support and collaboration of a full team of healthcare professionals. Your primary work will include assessing and treating patients with  speech, language, swallowing, cognitive and voice disorders. • Assists the physician in assessing the patient’s level of functioning and the development (and revision, as necessary) of the Plan of Care by applying appropriate tests for speech, hearing and language disorders. • Assesses the patient’s communication, oral-motor integrity, cognitive status, memory and problem solving activities, hearing and speech fluency and quality • Initiates diagnostic, preventive and rehabilitative procedures as appropriate to the patient’s care and safety • Teaches, supervises and counsels the patient and family regarding home procedures and other care needs as appropriate to the patient’s condition. Utilizes educational material as appropriate. Required: • Current and unencumbered license to practice speech pathology specific to that state the employee is assigned to work • Current Certificate of Clinical Competence (in speech pathology) granted by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association. • Current CPR certification • Valid Driver’s License and reliable transportation and agency required liability insurance to perform home visits
Amedisys Augusta, GA, USA
Jun 24, 2019
As a home health speech language pathologist, you will provide one on one therapeutic treatment and care to patients in their home using a comprehensive and patient specific care plan, innovative solutions, and a preferred technology for point of care documentation.  You will have the opportunity to spend quality time with the patient, in their own home, to promote their health and independence.  You will have autonomy in addition to the support and collaboration of a full team of healthcare professionals. Your primary work will include assessing and treating patients with  speech, language, swallowing, cognitive and voice disorders. • Assists the physician in assessing the patient’s level of functioning and the development (and revision, as necessary) of the Plan of Care by applying appropriate tests for speech, hearing and language disorders. • Assesses the patient’s communication, oral-motor integrity, cognitive status, memory and problem solving activities, hearing and speech fluency and quality • Initiates diagnostic, preventive and rehabilitative procedures as appropriate to the patient’s care and safety • Teaches, supervises and counsels the patient and family regarding home procedures and other care needs as appropriate to the patient’s condition. Utilizes educational material as appropriate. Required: • Current and unencumbered license to practice speech pathology specific to that state the employee is assigned to work • Current Certificate of Clinical Competence (in speech pathology) granted by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association. • Current CPR certification • Valid Driver’s License and reliable transportation and agency required liability insurance to perform home visits
Amedisys Ashland, KY, USA
Jun 24, 2019
As a home health speech language pathologist, you will provide one on one therapeutic treatment and care to patients in their home using a comprehensive and patient specific care plan, innovative solutions, and a preferred technology for point of care documentation.  You will have the opportunity to spend quality time with the patient, in their own home, to promote their health and independence.  You will have autonomy in addition to the support and collaboration of a full team of healthcare professionals. Your primary work will include assessing and treating patients with  speech, language, swallowing, cognitive and voice disorders. • Assists the physician in assessing the patient’s level of functioning and the development (and revision, as necessary) of the Plan of Care by applying appropriate tests for speech, hearing and language disorders. • Assesses the patient’s communication, oral-motor integrity, cognitive status, memory and problem solving activities, hearing and speech fluency and quality • Initiates diagnostic, preventive and rehabilitative procedures as appropriate to the patient’s care and safety • Teaches, supervises and counsels the patient and family regarding home procedures and other care needs as appropriate to the patient’s condition. Utilizes educational material as appropriate. Required: • Current and unencumbered license to practice speech pathology specific to that state the employee is assigned to work • Current Certificate of Clinical Competence (in speech pathology) granted by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association. • Current CPR certification • Valid Driver’s License and reliable transportation and agency required liability insurance to perform home visits
Amedisys Blue Ridge, GA 30513, USA
Jun 24, 2019
As a home health speech language pathologist, you will provide one on one therapeutic treatment and care to patients in their home using a comprehensive and patient specific care plan, innovative solutions, and a preferred technology for point of care documentation.  You will have the opportunity to spend quality time with the patient, in their own home, to promote their health and independence.  You will have autonomy in addition to the support and collaboration of a full team of healthcare professionals. Your primary work will include assessing and treating patients with  speech, language, swallowing, cognitive and voice disorders. • Assists the physician in assessing the patient’s level of functioning and the development (and revision, as necessary) of the Plan of Care by applying appropriate tests for speech, hearing and language disorders. • Assesses the patient’s communication, oral-motor integrity, cognitive status, memory and problem solving activities, hearing and speech fluency and quality • Initiates diagnostic, preventive and rehabilitative procedures as appropriate to the patient’s care and safety • Teaches, supervises and counsels the patient and family regarding home procedures and other care needs as appropriate to the patient’s condition. Utilizes educational material as appropriate. Required: • Current and unencumbered license to practice speech pathology specific to that state the employee is assigned to work • Current Certificate of Clinical Competence (in speech pathology) granted by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association. • Current CPR certification • Valid Driver’s License and reliable transportation and agency required liability insurance to perform home visits
Amedisys Lawrence, MA, USA
Jun 24, 2019
As a home health speech language pathologist, you will provide one on one therapeutic treatment and care to patients in their home using a comprehensive and patient specific care plan, innovative solutions, and a preferred technology for point of care documentation.  You will have the opportunity to spend quality time with the patient, in their own home, to promote their health and independence.  You will have autonomy in addition to the support and collaboration of a full team of healthcare professionals. Your primary work will include assessing and treating patients with  speech, language, swallowing, cognitive and voice disorders. • Assists the physician in assessing the patient’s level of functioning and the development (and revision, as necessary) of the Plan of Care by applying appropriate tests for speech, hearing and language disorders. • Assesses the patient’s communication, oral-motor integrity, cognitive status, memory and problem solving activities, hearing and speech fluency and quality • Initiates diagnostic, preventive and rehabilitative procedures as appropriate to the patient’s care and safety • Teaches, supervises and counsels the patient and family regarding home procedures and other care needs as appropriate to the patient’s condition. Utilizes educational material as appropriate. Required: • Current and unencumbered license to practice speech pathology specific to that state the employee is assigned to work • Current Certificate of Clinical Competence (in speech pathology) granted by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association. • Current CPR certification • Valid Driver’s License and reliable transportation and agency required liability insurance to perform home visits
Amedisys Staunton, VA 24401, USA
Jun 24, 2019
As a home health speech language pathologist, you will provide one on one therapeutic treatment and care to patients in their home using a comprehensive and patient specific care plan, innovative solutions, and a preferred technology for point of care documentation.  You will have the opportunity to spend quality time with the patient, in their own home, to promote their health and independence.  You will have autonomy in addition to the support and collaboration of a full team of healthcare professionals. Your primary work will include assessing and treating patients with  speech, language, swallowing, cognitive and voice disorders. • Assists the physician in assessing the patient’s level of functioning and the development (and revision, as necessary) of the Plan of Care by applying appropriate tests for speech, hearing and language disorders. • Assesses the patient’s communication, oral-motor integrity, cognitive status, memory and problem solving activities, hearing and speech fluency and quality • Initiates diagnostic, preventive and rehabilitative procedures as appropriate to the patient’s care and safety • Teaches, supervises and counsels the patient and family regarding home procedures and other care needs as appropriate to the patient’s condition. Utilizes educational material as appropriate. Required: • Current and unencumbered license to practice speech pathology specific to that state the employee is assigned to work • Current Certificate of Clinical Competence (in speech pathology) granted by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association. • Current CPR certification • Valid Driver’s License and reliable transportation and agency required liability insurance to perform home visits
Amedisys Portland, ME, USA
Jun 24, 2019
As a home health speech language pathologist, you will provide one on one therapeutic treatment and care to patients in their home using a comprehensive and patient specific care plan, innovative solutions, and a preferred technology for point of care documentation.  You will have the opportunity to spend quality time with the patient, in their own home, to promote their health and independence.  You will have autonomy in addition to the support and collaboration of a full team of healthcare professionals. Your primary work will include assessing and treating patients with  speech, language, swallowing, cognitive and voice disorders. • Assists the physician in assessing the patient’s level of functioning and the development (and revision, as necessary) of the Plan of Care by applying appropriate tests for speech, hearing and language disorders. • Assesses the patient’s communication, oral-motor integrity, cognitive status, memory and problem solving activities, hearing and speech fluency and quality • Initiates diagnostic, preventive and rehabilitative procedures as appropriate to the patient’s care and safety • Teaches, supervises and counsels the patient and family regarding home procedures and other care needs as appropriate to the patient’s condition. Utilizes educational material as appropriate. Required: • Current and unencumbered license to practice speech pathology specific to that state the employee is assigned to work • Current Certificate of Clinical Competence (in speech pathology) granted by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association. • Current CPR certification • Valid Driver’s License and reliable transportation and agency required liability insurance to perform home visits
Amedisys Agawam, MA, USA
Jun 24, 2019
As a home health speech language pathologist, you will provide one on one therapeutic treatment and care to patients in their home using a comprehensive and patient specific care plan, innovative solutions, and a preferred technology for point of care documentation.  You will have the opportunity to spend quality time with the patient, in their own home, to promote their health and independence.  You will have autonomy in addition to the support and collaboration of a full team of healthcare professionals. Your primary work will include assessing and treating patients with  speech, language, swallowing, cognitive and voice disorders. • Assists the physician in assessing the patient’s level of functioning and the development (and revision, as necessary) of the Plan of Care by applying appropriate tests for speech, hearing and language disorders. • Assesses the patient’s communication, oral-motor integrity, cognitive status, memory and problem solving activities, hearing and speech fluency and quality • Initiates diagnostic, preventive and rehabilitative procedures as appropriate to the patient’s care and safety • Teaches, supervises and counsels the patient and family regarding home procedures and other care needs as appropriate to the patient’s condition. Utilizes educational material as appropriate. Required: • Current and unencumbered license to practice speech pathology specific to that state the employee is assigned to work • Current Certificate of Clinical Competence (in speech pathology) granted by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association. • Current CPR certification • Valid Driver’s License and reliable transportation and agency required liability insurance to perform home visits
Amedisys New Jersey, USA
Jun 24, 2019
As a home health speech language pathologist, you will provide one on one therapeutic treatment and care to patients in their home using a comprehensive and patient specific care plan, innovative solutions, and a preferred technology for point of care documentation.  You will have the opportunity to spend quality time with the patient, in their own home, to promote their health and independence.  You will have autonomy in addition to the support and collaboration of a full team of healthcare professionals. Your primary work will include assessing and treating patients with  speech, language, swallowing, cognitive and voice disorders. • Assists the physician in assessing the patient’s level of functioning and the development (and revision, as necessary) of the Plan of Care by applying appropriate tests for speech, hearing and language disorders. • Assesses the patient’s communication, oral-motor integrity, cognitive status, memory and problem solving activities, hearing and speech fluency and quality • Initiates diagnostic, preventive and rehabilitative procedures as appropriate to the patient’s care and safety • Teaches, supervises and counsels the patient and family regarding home procedures and other care needs as appropriate to the patient’s condition. Utilizes educational material as appropriate. Required: • Current and unencumbered license to practice speech pathology specific to that state the employee is assigned to work • Current Certificate of Clinical Competence (in speech pathology) granted by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association. • Current CPR certification • Valid Driver’s License and reliable transportation and agency required liability insurance to perform home visits
Amedisys Union City, TN 38261, USA
Jun 24, 2019
As a home health speech language pathologist, you will provide one on one therapeutic treatment and care to patients in their home using a comprehensive and patient specific care plan, innovative solutions, and a preferred technology for point of care documentation.  You will have the opportunity to spend quality time with the patient, in their own home, to promote their health and independence.  You will have autonomy in addition to the support and collaboration of a full team of healthcare professionals. Your primary work will include assessing and treating patients with  speech, language, swallowing, cognitive and voice disorders. • Assists the physician in assessing the patient’s level of functioning and the development (and revision, as necessary) of the Plan of Care by applying appropriate tests for speech, hearing and language disorders. • Assesses the patient’s communication, oral-motor integrity, cognitive status, memory and problem solving activities, hearing and speech fluency and quality • Initiates diagnostic, preventive and rehabilitative procedures as appropriate to the patient’s care and safety • Teaches, supervises and counsels the patient and family regarding home procedures and other care needs as appropriate to the patient’s condition. Utilizes educational material as appropriate. Required: • Current and unencumbered license to practice speech pathology specific to that state the employee is assigned to work • Current Certificate of Clinical Competence (in speech pathology) granted by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association. • Current CPR certification • Valid Driver’s License and reliable transportation and agency required liability insurance to perform home visits
Amedisys Blountsville, AL 35031, USA
Jun 24, 2019
As a home health speech language pathologist, you will provide one on one therapeutic treatment and care to patients in their home using a comprehensive and patient specific care plan, innovative solutions, and a preferred technology for point of care documentation.  You will have the opportunity to spend quality time with the patient, in their own home, to promote their health and independence.  You will have autonomy in addition to the support and collaboration of a full team of healthcare professionals. Your primary work will include assessing and treating patients with  speech, language, swallowing, cognitive and voice disorders. • Assists the physician in assessing the patient’s level of functioning and the development (and revision, as necessary) of the Plan of Care by applying appropriate tests for speech, hearing and language disorders. • Assesses the patient’s communication, oral-motor integrity, cognitive status, memory and problem solving activities, hearing and speech fluency and quality • Initiates diagnostic, preventive and rehabilitative procedures as appropriate to the patient’s care and safety • Teaches, supervises and counsels the patient and family regarding home procedures and other care needs as appropriate to the patient’s condition. Utilizes educational material as appropriate. Required: • Current and unencumbered license to practice speech pathology specific to that state the employee is assigned to work • Current Certificate of Clinical Competence (in speech pathology) granted by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association. • Current CPR certification • Valid Driver’s License and reliable transportation and agency required liability insurance to perform home visits
Amedisys Bay Minette, AL 36507, USA
Jun 24, 2019
As a home health speech language pathologist, you will provide one on one therapeutic treatment and care to patients in their home using a comprehensive and patient specific care plan, innovative solutions, and a preferred technology for point of care documentation.  You will have the opportunity to spend quality time with the patient, in their own home, to promote their health and independence.  You will have autonomy in addition to the support and collaboration of a full team of healthcare professionals. Your primary work will include assessing and treating patients with  speech, language, swallowing, cognitive and voice disorders. • Assists the physician in assessing the patient’s level of functioning and the development (and revision, as necessary) of the Plan of Care by applying appropriate tests for speech, hearing and language disorders. • Assesses the patient’s communication, oral-motor integrity, cognitive status, memory and problem solving activities, hearing and speech fluency and quality • Initiates diagnostic, preventive and rehabilitative procedures as appropriate to the patient’s care and safety • Teaches, supervises and counsels the patient and family regarding home procedures and other care needs as appropriate to the patient’s condition. Utilizes educational material as appropriate. Required: • Current and unencumbered license to practice speech pathology specific to that state the employee is assigned to work • Current Certificate of Clinical Competence (in speech pathology) granted by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association. • Current CPR certification • Valid Driver’s License and reliable transportation and agency required liability insurance to perform home visits