Speech Language Pathologist PRN - Military Veterans

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Richmond, VA



Come join us at Parham Doctors’ Hospital! We are a 200-bed acute-care facility serving Central Virginia. As part of the Hospital Corporation of America (HCA) family, our hospital offers orthopedics, spine surgery, bariatric surgery, behavioral health care, inpatient rehabilitation, emergency services, podiatry, sleep services, primary care, an occupational health and travel clinic, and outpatient surgery.


Parham Doctors’ Hospital has been recognized by Healthgrades as America’s 100 Best Hospitals for Orthopedic Surgery™ and Joint Replacement Awards™. These distinctions put Parham Doctors’ Hospital in the top 5% of more than 4,500 hospitals nationwide.


Do want to join a team of dedicated professionals, all of whom deliver award-winning care?  Parham Doctors’ Hospital is looking for a dynamic Speech Language Pathologist with experience in a fast-paced acute-care setting.  We see all types of patients in our hospital and pride ourselves on providing that “personal touch” to every single patient.


Are you a Licensed Speech Language Pathologist with at least one year of experience? Are you interested in working at one of Richmond’s preeminent facilities? Are you a patient centric professional who embodies HCA’s mission to commit to the care and improvement of human life? If you are a proactive, goal-oriented team player in search of extra shifts or a flexible schedule this Speech Language Pathologist PRN position is perfect for you!  


The duties and responsibilities of the Speech Language Pathologist PRN include, but are not limited to:

  • Evaluates inpatients and outpatients with speech, language, cognitive, oral motor, swallowing, and voice disorders; and outpatients with foreign accents.  Diagnoses and develops goals for those patients and provides appropriate treatment.  Adapts conventional Speech Therapy techniques to meet the age appropriate need of each patient along with other specific needs based on his/her mental, physical, and emotional status. 

  • Conducts videofluorscopic studies for patients with dysphagia with Radiologist.  Determines deficits.  Makes recommendations for feeding and treatment of exercises as needed.  Recommends follow-up by Occupational Therapist and Dietician as needed.  Educates nurses regarding results and strategies needed.  Communicates results to Physicians. 

  • Reassesses patient’s status regularly to determine progress review goals and plan future goals with patient's participation. 

  • Provides education and counseling for patients regarding nature of deficits, recovery, compensatory strategies.  Provides home program exercises. 

  • Documents/maintains records and charts. 

  • Coordinates therapy schedules and goals with related therapies and support systems (i.e., OT, PT, Social Services). 

  • Attends patient care staffing, conferences, and other related meetings which pertain to the cognitive/communication skills of specific patients. 

  • Provides education and in-services to staff and public regarding topics in speech-language pathology. 

  • Maintains knowledge of current trends and developments in the field via reading literature and attending conferences/workshops. 


We value you and your future. HCA is proud to offer great leadership, a nurturing environment, many opportunities for growth and development, competitive pay and great full-time/part-time benefits including multiple health insurance plan options, comprehensive dental coverage, tuition reimbursement, student loan repayment and many more programs to cover a wide variety of today’s life and family needs.  In addition to your salary and health insurance benefits, HCA provides a matching 401k as well as an Employee Stock Purchase Plan (ESPP). Members of HCA receive consumer discounts on cell phones, hotels, rental cars, and many others. Interviews are being set immediately so apply today!


About HCA: 

HCA is one of the nation’s leading providers of healthcare services, HCA is made up of locally managed facilities that include 184 hospitals and 2000 sites of care, including surgery centers, freestanding ERs, urgent care centers and physician clinics located in 21 U.S. states and in the United Kingdom. HCA is ranked number 63 on the Fortune 500 and is consistently recognized for being one of the “Worlds Most Admired Companies” and “World’s Most Ethical Companies.”


Education:   Master’s degree in Speech-Language Hearing Pathology.
Licensure:    Current licensure for the practice of Speech/Language Pathology in the State of VA.
Certification:   Certificate of Clinical Competence from the American Speech and Hearing Association. BLS required.
Experience: 3-4 years’ experience in evaluation and treatment of patients with neurological disorders/diseases, (i.e., VCA, multiple sclerosis, ALS).  Experience should include clinical competence with aphasia, apraxia, dysarthria, R hemisphere cognitive communication disorders.  2 years’ experience with evaluation and treatment of patients with cognitive disorder secondary to traumatic brain injury. 2-3 years’ experience with evaluating and treating patients with dysphagia to include experience conducting video fluoroscopic evaluation with Radiology Department and determine feeding and treatment recommendations.  3 years’ experience with patients with functional voice disorders, laryngectomy.  1 year experience with patients and fluency disorders.

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