Speech-Language Therapist (SLP) - Garden Grove, CA
Our client is a patient-driven, innovative, long-term contract and full-service rehabilitation
company since 1995. The company provides a comprehensive continuum of physical, occupational, and
speech therapies to various medical settings throughout California with expertise in Post-Acute
Care, retirement communities, and outpatient clinics.
The evaluates patients with communication disorders and swallowing deficits, plans and
implements patient treatment, plans, and coordinates patient discharge, and prepares detailed
progress reports and appropriate patient documentation. The SLP will also consult with the rehab
team to coordinate the most effective speech therapy program.
Licensed as a Speech-Language Pathologist for the State of California.
Must have valid CPR certification.
Must have a completed physical examination from a licensed physician.
Must have a negative TB skin test within the past year OR a clear Chest X-ray within the past
Responsibilities and Duties
Evaluate patients promptly, and within facility policy and expectations, upon receiving
physician referral for treatment.
Obtain approval for services from the referring physician.
Treat patients according to the treatment plan approved by a physician.
Provide differential diagnoses for patients with speech, language, and swallowing
Complete all required documentation for daily treatments/interventions prior to leaving
Communicate regularly with the Dietary Supervisor and nursing staff with all dysphasia
patients to ensure a safe environment and diet.
Establish and carry out treatment programs based on the best diagnostic information
Ensure treatment programs meet patients’ functional communication needs.
Educate the patient, family, and appropriate restorative personnel on the specific
communication disorder affecting the patient to facilitate patient treatment and recovery while at
Ensure that all required written patient documentation and Company paperwork are completed
appropriately and submitted on a timely basis.
Develop appropriate home and community programming to maintain and enhance the performance of
patients in their home environments.
Terminate service when treatment goals have been achieved.
Submit all billing logs and necessary information on a timely basis.
Comply with all applicable safety rules, policies, and procedures.
Additional Responsibilities and Expectations
Provide necessary training and guidance to student interns as assigned, including:
Supervising students during the internship.
Providing clearly defined, career-related (i.e., non-clerical) responsibilities and tasks in
accordance with the students’ academic programs.
Informing student interns about and ensuring their compliance with Company, facility, state,
and federal guidelines.
Completing any paperwork required by the Company or the students’ academic
Knowledge, Skills, and Experience required:
May be entry level or experienced.
Must have strong computer skills, including proficiency with Microsoft Office.
Must have excellent interpersonal skills.
Must exhibit a high level of confidentiality.
This is not an exhaustive list of skills, efforts, duties, responsibilities or working
conditions associated with the position.
Competitive hourly rates and one of the best benefits packages in the industry. The pay rate
for this position begins at $52.00/hour and increases based on experience.
Some of our excellent benefits for full-time employees include:
• Paid Time Off (PTO) - Accrue
up to 120 hours of PTO for every year with an additional 8 hours of PTO for each additional year of
service up to a maximum accrual of 240 hours of PTO. 6 Paid holidays and up to 3 days of
• A 401(K)-retirement program
with a company match of 25% up to the first 4% of your deferral every payroll.
• Medical, Dental, Vision,
Company Paid Basic Life Insurance of $25,000 and additional Optional Life Insurance
Director of Talent Acquisition
Cell: (360) 600-1251