Primary City/State: Glendale, Arizona
Department Name: C/P-CCMC ENT-Clinic
Work Shift: Day
Job Category: Clinical Care
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Come join our team at Banner Pediatric Specialists – Glendale ENT Clinic. We are looking for a dedicated and compassionate Peds Audiologist to join our great team of health care professionals. Our team is pediatric centered seeing patients from birth up to 18. We are committed to providing high quality medical care to all our patients. This position will support the Glendale Pediatric ENT clinic, which has a Pediatric ENT providers that rotates through our Glendale Pediatric ENT clinic (we may add an APP in the future). This position will support the clinic and other local audiology referrals. We will have an audio booth located in the clinic. Our clinic has a team approach where you will be able to partner with all providers and the clinic nurse to provide excellent patient care.
Here at our Banner Pediatric ENT Clinic we embrace a fun family atmosphere where we encourage our team members to learn and grow. We are open M-F with no evenings or weekend hours. We thrive on a positive atmosphere that seeks to go above and beyond for each patient every time. We are looking for someone not only focused on patients as the number one goal but also a team player. A smile and greeting goes a long way in this position as you are a first impression.
Clinic Hours: Mon- Fri 7:30a-5p no weekends (need to be flexible to work an 8 hour shift within those hours)
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At Banner Medical Group, you’ll have the opportunity to perform a critical role in the community where you practice. Banner Medical Group provides both primary and specialty care throughout the communities in which Banner Health operates. We do this in a variety of settings – from smaller group practices like our Banner Health Clinics in Colorado and Wyoming, to large multi-specialty Banner Health Centers in the metropolitan Phoenix area. We currently have more than 1,000 physicians and more than 3,500 total employees in our group and are seeking others to enhance our ability to deliver our nonprofit mission of providing excellent patient care.
This position is responsible for the administration and supervision of Audiology services in accordance with physician referral, state and national organizational standards, regulatory agencies, and established departmental policies and procedures. This position demonstrates the clinical competence and knowledge necessary to provide assessment appropriate to the age of the patients served
1. Evaluates patient. Determines if further intervention is needed. Establishes a Plan of Care when appropriate. Completes comprehensive evaluation within the established time frame set by the department. Identifies and prioritizes key limiting factors. Collaborates with patient and family/caregiver when making recommendations. Recommends additions to or modifications of referring orders
2. Implements individualized evaluations with consideration to the patient’s physical, social, spiritual, cultural, educational and age specific needs. Provides skilled assessments in a safe manner. Involves patient and family/caregiver in the decision making process. Provides ongoing education to physician, nurse, patient, family/caregiver, and interdisciplinary team.
3. Documents according to standards set by the department and regulatory agencies. Documents legibly. Documentation reflects a comprehensive assessment. Completes documentation within the established time frames of the department. Completes all required documentation.
4. Communicates pertinent information to ensure the best possible follow through of care. Communicates evaluation/test results to physicians, nurses, family/caregiver and interdisciplinary team. Communicates in a clear and timely manner. Accepts responsibility to contact physicians for routine or difficult problem solving o ensure optimal patient outcome. Provides rationale for recommendations based on standard practices and/or current literature.
5. Exhibits adaptability in assignments as it relates to caseload, scheduling, staffing shifts. Takes initiative to assist in other patient care areas and accepts responsibility for all patient care needs.
6. Demonstrates appropriate supervision and delegation of personnel to achieve safe delivery of quality cost effective patient care. Supervision and delegation of students and support staff complies with departmental policies and regulatory agencies. Participates in the training and orientation of new personnel. Assures competency of personnel, prior to delegation of task.
7. Department operational activities. Participates in department/facility process improvement. Meets productivity standards set by the department.
8. This position has responsibility for interacting with all levels of staff in a variety of departments, physicians, patients, families, and external contacts such as employees of other health care institutions, community providers and agencies concerning the health of the patient. Also interacts with physician offices in order to report, request or clarify information
Requires a Doctorate level degree (Au.D. or Ph.D.) from an accredited university with an Audiology program further accredited by a body or organization approved by the Department of Education. A Master’s degree attained prior to 2004 may be considered.
Additionally, candidates must possess a current Dispensing Audiologist license from the State of practice or obtain a Dispensing Audiologist license within one year of hire pending State License test availability
The candidate relates throughout the interview process their clinical competency, experience, training, and education they have received that is required to perform the job.
Must have the ability to become proficient with computer software applications commonly used in an automated patient care environment. Patient care equipment and evaluation tools. Copier, multi-line/multi-feature telephone, fax machine, computer, pager, and miscellaneous office equipment.
Additional related education and/or experience preferred.