Women's & Children's Hospital
Speech and Language Pathologists serve in many roles within and across service delivery settings. At various time, the SLP will serve as a source of information, parent-trainer, parent-educator, researcher, family support professional, speech-language therapist, diagnostician, team participant, service coordinator, advisor, counselor, promoter of public awareness, and professional educator. Speech and Language Pathologists provides services in accordance with the established policies and procedures of Womens & Childrens Hospital, the American Speech & Hearing Association, and the LA Board of Examiners in Speech Pathology and Audio logy. Speech and language pathologists function under the direction of the Therapy Services Director.
Licensure/Certification/Registration: Current licensure in the sate of LA; Current licensure by ASHAEducation: Master's degree from an accredited speech pathology program.Experience: Three years of clinical experience preferred; will accept CFY candidateSpecial Qualifications: Ability to work in an interdisciplinary program.