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Audiologist. UHC Audiology PRN Job in Cleveland, Ohio US
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Job Summary

Company
University Hospitals Health System
Location
Cleveland, OH
Industries
Government and Military
Job Type
Full Time
Employee
Years of Experience
1+ to 2 Years
Job Reference Code
56245115

Audiologist. UHC Audiology PRN

About the Job

Description

Provides a continuum of Audiology services that include the prevention, identification, diagnosis, consultation and treatment of patients with hearing or communication impairments. May participate in the implementation of the infant hearing screening and assessment program at UHCMC, program development, student preceptor ship and other advanced Audiologists duties. Patient evaluation, interpretation of findings, and management. Patient treatment. Documentation. Equipment use and maintenance. Advanced Audiologist duties. Must have Certificate of Clinical Competence. ABA Certification is optional. Requires fundamental knowledge and the ability to apply the principles and practices related to Audiology, appropriate to the developmental, chronological age of patients on caseload. Minimum of two years experience in a medical setting with adult and pediatric patients, hearing aids, OAEs, ENGs, and evoked response audiometry. Cochlear implant experience is desirable. Exposure and familiarity with audiometric equipment including audiometers, audiometric booths, immittance bridges, otoacoustic emissions, electronystamograph, auditory evoked responses, VRA, TROCA.
Qualifications

Education/Expertise:

Doctorate in Audiology

Required Credentials, Licensure or Certification (i.e. RN, RRT):

Licensed by the State of Ohio to practice Audiology or awaiting Ohio Licensure in status of Licensure Applicant. Must have Certificate of Clinical Competence (CCC-A). ABA Certification is optional.

Experience & Knowledge: Requires fundamental knowledge and the ability to apply the principles and practices related to Audiology, appropriate to the developmental/chronological age of patients on caseload. Minimum of two years experience in a medical setting with adult and pediatric patients, hearing aids, OAEs, ENGs, and evoked response audiometry. Bone Anchored Implant experience desirable

Special Skills & Equipment Knowledge: Exposure and familiarity with audiometric equipment including audiometers, audiometric booths, immittance bridges, otoacoustic emissions, electronystamograph, auditory evoked responses, VRA, TROCA

Shift: PRN (as needed)

Equal Opportunity Employer – minorities/females/veterans/individuals with disabilities/sexual orientation/gender identity
 

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