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Experience Experience
Los Angeles, CA
Audiologist
Los Angeles, CA
Feest, Cartwright and Sanford
Los Angeles, CA
Audiologist
  • Provide in-person, phone, or online support to customers, regarding hearing testing, hearing device programming and adjustments, hearing health, and counseling
  • Provides auditory evaluations and education by measuring and studying noise conditions; conducting hearing protection and hearing loss screening programs
  • Identifying, evaluating, diagnosing, managing, and treating disorders of human hearing, tinnitus, and other disorders associated with the practice of audiology
  • The Audiologist will provide diagnostic and therapeutic services by assessing and treating hearing, balance, and communication disorders
  • Participating in developing guidelines and protocols, new patient programs, and evaluation of existing programs
  • Hearing aid services including comparative evaluation, probe tube assessment, hearing aid delivery and orientation; follow up maintenance
  • Participating in education mission of VA by providing education, mentoring, and supervision of Audiology students
Philadelphia, PA
Pediatric Audiologist
Philadelphia, PA
Jast and Sons
Philadelphia, PA
Pediatric Audiologist
  • Waivers allowing balance billing (CMS, Managed Care)
  • Productivity by provider - Patient contact no show and seen = scheduled
  • Provide administrative services as coordinator of CDC Audiology services
  • Maintain data on scope of services provided by CDC Audiology Services
  • Provide program data to Connecticut DPH to reconcile record discrepancies in automatic reporting system
  • Provide administrative services as coordinator of YNHH Newborn hearing screening program
  • YNHH MIS - Inpatient charting/billing re-computerized medical record; FTE equivalent devoted to inpatient services
present
Los Angeles, CA
Speech Pathologist / Audiologist Spec
Los Angeles, CA
Beahan and Sons
present
Los Angeles, CA
Speech Pathologist / Audiologist Spec
present
  • Assist in the development of procedures and protocols for the service area
  • Provides home programs and other educational information to patient and support systems prior to termination of therapy intervention
  • Provide home programs and other educational information to patient and support systems prior to termination of therapy intervention
  • May be assigned to participate in either hospital or division wide committee to represent the workgroup and or discipline
  • Coordinate patient care programs with treatment team to facilitate and enhance functional outcomes
  • Plans treatment programs with the patient and treatment team
  • Demonstrates working knowledge of the disease process, precautions, typical medical treatment and diagnostic procedures, functional, abilities, complications and implications of long term deficits related to primary diagnoses treated in service area
Education Education
Bachelor’s Degree in Audiology
Bachelor’s Degree in Audiology
Johnson & Wales University
Bachelor’s Degree in Audiology
Skills Skills
  • Ability to interact with patients, families, and other health care professionals
  • Ability to provide consultation to other health care professionals
  • Knowledge of clinical services, and the ability to perform them independently
  • Ability to work with Psychiatrically Impaired or Developmentally Disabled population as appropriate
  • Professional Knowledge and Skills
  • Excellent listening skills and ability to work both autonomously and as a team member
  • Strong attention to detail
  • Great interpersonal skills
  • Basic Life Support (BLS) certification within 6 months of date of hire and maintained throughout the duration of employment
  • Highly organized
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Audiologist Resume Examples & Samples

  • ASHA or AAAA certification
  • M.D., D.O
  • Board Eligible / Certified
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Audiologist Resume Examples & Samples

  • Master's Degree in Audiology from an accredited college or university
  • Patient oriented
  • Excellent communication skills (verbal and written)
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Pediatric Audiologist Resume Examples & Samples

  • 2+ years of Audiology experience
  • Current and valid license and registration to practice as an Audiologist and Hearing Aid Dispenser in the State of New Jersey
  • Pediatric background
  • Great interpersonal skills
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Senior Research Audiologist Resume Examples & Samples

  • Design, execute, and analyze innovative auditory experiments and clinical trials to evaluate product concepts and prototypes in both laboratory and field environments
  • Work as a member of an entrepreneurial Bose R&D team to integrate applied auditory research effectively into all phases of product vision, design, and development
  • Build out a research infrastructure that enables nimble and effective field data collection to support fast product development
  • Develop and supervise collaborative research relationships with academic centers to augment Bose product research
  • At least 2 years’ experience in design and execution of applied auditory research in evaluation of personal audio devices such as headphones, PSAPs, or hearing aids
  • Ability to work interactively in an interdisciplinary science, engineering, marketing, and business environment to analyze and solve diverse problems
  • Solid technical understanding of audio signal processing principles
  • Leadership experience as auditory scientist in an interdisciplinary team engaged in development of personal audio products
  • Facility with MATLAB, Python, and other high-level computing environments/languages for data manipulation and analysis
  • Track record as funded principal investigator in competitive grant environment (NIH, NSF)
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Clinical Audiologist Resume Examples & Samples

  • Responsible for administering audiological diagnostic and habilitative/ rehabilitative services to patients of all ages. Maintaining current records of services. Will be involved in team dynamics and participate in interdisciplinary activities when appropriate
  • Evaluates audiological function and makes appropriate recommendations for intervention
  • The case load may include audiometric evaluations,immittance testing, auditory processing evaluations, tinnitus evaluations and counseling, auditory brainstem response testing, otoacoustic emission testing, hearing aid or assistive listening device evaluations and fittings, bone anchored device evaluations and activations, vestibular testing and may later include cochlear implant evaluations and activations
  • Abides by AAA code of ethics and NC Licensure law
  • Participates in professional development activities and maintains
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Speech Pathologist / Audiologist Spec Resume Examples & Samples

  • Demonstrates working knowledge of the disease process, precautions, typical medical treatment and diagnostic procedures, functional, abilities, complications and implications of long term deficits related to primary diagnoses treated in service area
  • Provides skilled, timely and effective patient care
  • Plans treatment programs with the patient and treatment team
  • Documents intervention and strategies for treatment in required organizational systems. Documentation is to include assessment, measurable criteria, goals method of treatment, home programs and adapting plan according to patient’s response to intervention
  • Participates in team rounds and other educational information to patient and support systems prior to termination of therapy intervention
  • Provide home programs and other educational information to patient and support systems prior to termination of therapy intervention
  • Coordinate patient care programs with treatment team to facilitate and enhance functional outcomes
  • Assist in the development of procedures and protocols for the service area
  • May be assigned to participate in either hospital or division wide committee to represent the workgroup and or discipline
  • Supervises students as assigned by supervisor
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Audiologist Resume Examples & Samples

  • Develops and implements a plan of care to meet patient needs, to include planning and utilization of available resources
  • Demonstrates clinical reasoning, coupled with clinical skills to conduct accurate clinical assessments and perform patient care activities; evaluates effectiveness of interventions, identifies and priorities patient strengths, needs and priorities
  • Provides leadership support
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Audiologist Resume Examples & Samples

  • Provide patient care services by independently performing diagnostic evaluations, selecting appropriate amplification devices, and counseling patients and their families about hearing loss
  • Provide in-person, phone, or online support to customers, regarding hearing testing, hearing device programming and adjustments, hearing health, and counseling
  • Basic MS/Office (Word, Excel and Outlook)
  • Certification as required by state law or willing to obtain within 30 days
  • 2+ years of hands-on clinical Audiology/Hearing Aid Dispenser experience
  • Expertise with National Acoustic Laboratories (NAL) programming standards
  • 4 year degree with a 2 year apprenticeship or a Degree in Hearing Instrument Science with state hearing aid dealer's and dispenser's license, along with any state-required certifications
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Audiologist Resume Examples & Samples

  • Obtains relevant patient history including information obtained from patients and their families, pertinent medical record progress notes, and consultations with appropriate physicians, speech pathologists and other relevant clinical professionals
  • Plans, conducts, interprets, and communicates results from various tests to determine a patient’s hearing thresholds, middle ear function, and/or other auditory or vestibular functioning. Testing to be conducted according to established protocols
  • Refers to ENT or other appropriate clinician when indicated and according to scope of practice
  • Counsels patient, families and other clinicians regarding hearing loss, hearing aids, tinnitus, vertigo, auditory processing, educational needs, and general communication needs
  • Recommends appropriate aural rehabilitation therapies to include hearing aids, assistive devices and communication strategies as appropriate. Provide ongoing follow up care for patients with hearing aids to ensure appropriate hearing aid selection, orientation, hearing aid settings and appropriate use of devices
  • Participates in continuing education to maintain up to date knowledge of research findings, testing protocols and standards of care. Maintain current knowledge of a variety of hearing aid models and benefits for specific patient populations
  • Follows the commitment to excellence and treats patients, families, visitors and each other with courtesy, dignity, respect and professionalism
  • Performs other departmental duties including proper documentation, billing procedures, addressing patient correspondence (verbal or written), meeting attendance per manager’s request, and miscellaneous duties as assigned
  • California State Audiology License and Hearing Aid Dispensing License
  • Current CPR\BLS certification
  • Travel may be required
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Audiologist Resume Examples & Samples

  • Reads patients' charts, interviews patients and families to obtain case history, and consults with physicians, speech pathologist and other relevant clinical professionals in order to evaluate patients' condition according to standard procedures
  • Performs differential diagnosis, antici­pates degree of sound disability resulting from hearing loss and predicts potential benefits of hearing aid use and/or special training
  • Discusses evaluation and treatment with patients and their families in order to allay anxieties and elicit coopera­tion
  • Instructs patients and families in proper rehabilitative practices
  • Two (2) years experience as an audiologist
  • California Hearing Aid Dispensing License
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Speech Pathologist / Audiologist Spec Nicu Resume Examples & Samples

  • Design individualized feeding plans to facilitate safe, cue-based oral feeding for each infant
  • Implement developmentally appropriate feeding/swallowing intervention services to minimize feeding challenges as warranted
  • Collaborate with neonatology team regarding therapy needs in the NICU, oral feeding practices, premature infant development, and provision of developmental care
  • Coach families and caregivers regarding individualized feeding techniques to minimize impact of feeding challenges in their NICU infant
  • Facilitate appropriate developmental practices in the NICU as each infant moves from enteral feeding to full oral feedings
  • Assist with determination of discharge readiness with respect to infant’s feeding status
  • Provide education to neonatal fellows, residents, medical students, NNP students and/or SLP/PT graduate students regarding preterm infant development,
  • Provide developmentally supportive care, role of therapy services in the NICU and oral feeding practices
  • Develop procedures and service delivery model(s) for feeding therapy services on the NICU
  • Work with interdisciplinary feeding committee; participating in operational aspects, performance improvement, and Quality Improvement activities within the department
  • Provide input in formulating budget, assist in evaluation of departmental performance, and take action to remain in budget guidelines
  • Ensure that patient charges and documentation are accurate and entered on a timely basis
  • Participate in infection control, equipment training, compliance, safety and educational programs, both at the departmental and organizational level
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Audiologist Resume Examples & Samples

  • Master's Degree in Audiology
  • Maine State licensure for audiology and hearing aid dispensing or eligible for permit with licensure pending
  • Will accept new graduates
  • Effective communication and customer service skills
  • Sincere interest in providing quality services
  • Strong team skills
  • Clinical skills include knowledge of CAPD, ENG/VNG, ABR and hearing aid dispensing
  • Experience with amplification
  • Ability to work with pediatrics a plus
  • Must be available to work some Saturdays
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Audiologist Resume Examples & Samples

  • Perform diagnostic evaluations of individuals with auditory and/or vestibular deficiencies
  • Determines the type and degree of the audiological deficiency by utilizing standard testing instruments, equipment and procedures, which may include air conduction, bone conduction, speech discrimination tests and other specialized tests
  • Evaluates patients to determine needs for amplification and makes recommendations regarding hearing aid fitting and course of aural rehabilitation to be followed
  • Interprets, analyzes, and evaluates test results to determine the degree, pattern, and nature of hearing loss; determines need for amplification and makes recommendations regarding hearing aid fitting; and reviews patients? medical history and neurological and psychological test results in order to determine the optimum aural rehabilitative regime to be followed
  • Prepares reports of diagnostic evaluations, analyses, and interpretations, and makes recommendations for aural rehabilitation, which becomes part of the patients? medical records for use in consultation with physicians, social workers, educators, dentists, psychologists, and other Allied health professionals
  • Selects and implements rehabilitation and retraining principles and procedures that are compatible with patient needs and capacities as identified by previous testing
  • Provides auditory training, speech training (lip reading) and/or manual communication in individual or group rehabilitation treatment sessions
  • Confers with patients, their families, referring physicians, clinical psychologists, social workers, or other medical personnel regarding the evaluation of the patient's communication disorders, the type and intensity of rehabilitation and retraining which the patient is receiving, and the progress of the patient; makes recommendations concerning follow-up conferences of rehabilitation sessions with the patients and the frequency with which the follow-up sessions should occur; makes recommendations concerning the referral of patients to another service such as clinical psychology, or to speech pathology when it is clinically indicated
  • Advises and refers patients and their families, when appropriate, to other health care professionals including physicians, social workers, and educators, explaining the type and degree of hearing loss; advises them of recommendations for rehabilitation, and providing rehabilitation services
  • Attends interdepartmental and intradepartmental educational meetings and participates in continuing education/competency requirements, and other hospital, departmental, and professional licensing requirements, as directed
  • Maintains patients' records based on established standards
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Audiologist Resume Examples & Samples

  • Provides comprehensive aural case management, including the diagnostic evaluation of patients with auditory deficiencies in order to determine and provide the optimum treatment program for the purpose of retraining, rehabilitation, or referral to another service, such as speech pathology, otolaryngology, dentistry, pediatrics, and neurology
  • Manages the operation of a small audiology unit in a County medical facility which involves the recruitment and supervision of subordinate personnel, coordinating audiology services with other services such as otolaryngology, pediatrics, neurology, and surgery; and requesting testing materials, and equipment
  • Provides consultative or liaison services to other audiology personnel, allied health disciplines, and/or community agencies.Conducts in-service training of medical facility and other professional staff by presenting lectures, case studies, and demonstrations on communication disorders, corrective and rehabilitation techniques, and research findings
  • Participates in medical conferences with physicians, clinical psychologists, social workers, and individuals in other disciplines to discuss hearing disorders of individual patients, to explain follow-up required and proper referral sources when patients leave audiology or another service in the medical facility
  • Organizes, plans, and directs research or special projects in communication disorders and hearing loss prevention, such as researching new methods of detecting and measuring hearing loss which results from the use of ototoxic drugs
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Audiologist Resume Examples & Samples

  • Assesses the function of the vestibular system by performing; a) electronystagmography or videostagmography and b) vestibular evoked myogenic potentials measurements
  • Provides tinnitus education, rehabilitation and counseling one on one or in a group setting. This may include but is not limited to testing for setting maskers or other therapeutic devices
  • Makes custom ear products for patients
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Dispensing Audiologist Resume Examples & Samples

  • HEARING AID DISPENSING AND MAINTENANCE. Evaluation and custom fitting patients with amplification. Programming and designing the hearing aid response to match the individual hearing loss. Adjusting and modifying the amplification characteristics as patients acquire experience with amplification and/or developing changing needs. Provide patients with ongoing counseling and hearing aid checks to determine the aide effectiveness. REM as a objective measure of the aids effectiveness. Earmold impressions. Hearing Aid Repairs including replacing battery doors, tubing, and small patching of holes. Grind, buff, and polish the hearing aid to modify it. Fill out repair forms, review hearing aid history and warranty information
  • HEARING AID EVALUATION AND COUNSELING. Determine clinical candidacy for amplification utilizing objective measurements, evaluation of the patient's level of motivation and level of acceptance for their hearing problem. By in-depth discussion, provide precise hearing aid information re: types, styles, and costs. Outline the significant and varied technologies in a manner that can be understood by the consumer
  • AUDIOLOGIC EVALUATIONS. Includes audiometric testing, impedance measurement. Determine status of patient's hearing abilities, provides information for both physician and patient. CLINIC MANAGEMENT. Responsible for clinical and administrative oversight of dispensing services at the HAC. Helps to determine job duties for reception staff. Management of clinical protocols, product selections, and customer service protocols. Monitors quality assurance issues relating to the practice of audiology and dispensing including compliance with audiology and dispensing laws and ethical codes, ensuring high quality professional standards. DOCUMENTATION. Record test results in charts. Document in chart modifications and adjustments for each hearing aid encounter. Complete programming sheets, delineating the characteristics of the hearing aids response
  • INVENTORY MANAGEMENT/RECORD KEEPING. Determine the needs for the supply of hearing aids and related materials used in the fitting process. Review invoices for accuracy and log on monthly expense sheet, confirm cost of goods sold for each member. Record hearing aid sales, types, and styles sold on monthly tally sheets. PROGRAM DEVELOPMENT. Develops new programs and policies for hearing aid dispensing services. Provides new technology updates and shares information for improving hearing aid fitting skills to staff audiologists and physicians. Journal and research article reading and review of related professional reports
  • Three (3) or more years experience in the field of Audiology required
  • Two (2) or more years experience in the field of state-of-the-art computerized hearing aid dispensing within the past three (3) years required. Maintaining professional knowledge
  • Two (2) years leadership experience preferred
  • Five (5) years or more of pose-licensure experience in the field of state-of-the-art computerized hearing aid dispensing. Includes competency in client consultation, sales, and training for products dispensed at KP HAC
  • Previous experience in hearing aid center management preferred
  • Up-to-date skills of cutting edge technological advances in hearing aids followed and implemented. Hearing aid dispensary management capabilities in clinical protocols, product selections, customer service, and audiologist training
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Audiologist On Call Resume Examples & Samples

  • Measures hearing acuity and identifies the type and degree of hearing loss for patients of all ages by performing: a)pure tone audiometry; b) speech audiometry; c) immittance audiometry; d) behavioral observation audiometry; e) visual reinforcement audiometry; f) conditioned play audiometry and g) otoacoustic emissions testing
  • Assesses the integrity of the auditory system by performing a) auditory brainstem response testing; b) auditory steady state response audiometry; and c) electrocochleography
  • Provides counseling and training for individuals with vestibular disorders and participates in the multidisciplinary management of balance rehabilitation
  • Determines audiologic candidacy for implantable devices, including but not limited to cochlear implants and bone anchored hearing aids, and provides pre and post surgical assessment, counseling and all aspects of audiologic treatment including auditory training, rehabilitation, implant programming, and maintenance of implant hardware and software
  • Prepares written reports of diagnostic test results and recommendations and confers with the appropriate professionals regarding patient care and management
  • Performs cerumen management
  • Counsels, dispenses and troubleshoots hearing aids, BAHA's and assistive listening devices. This may include electroacoustic measures of the hearing aids and possible aided and unaided soundfield testing
  • Designs, implements and coordinates industrial and community hearing conservation programs, noise conservation services
  • N/A
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Audiologist Resume Examples & Samples

  • Physically and otoscopically examines the outer structures of the ear
  • Procedures may include appropriate ear cleaning evaluation, fitting and dispensing of hearing aids; cochlear implant assessment, programming and rehabilitation; and electrophysiologic evaluation of the vestibular and auditory mechanisms, in addition to electroacoustic measures of the peripheral and central auditory systems
  • Counsels individuals with auditory disorders, their families and other service providers regarding the etiology of the disorder and its management
  • One (1) year in diagnostic evaluation of hearing, prevention, habilitation and rehabilitation services for auditory problems
  • One (1) year of post-licensure experience in the field of audiology
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Audiologist Resume Examples & Samples

  • Approved BLS
  • National Provider Identifier (NPI) required
  • Bilingual (English/Spanish) preferred
  • Experience performing Cochlear Implants preferred
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Audiologist Resume Examples & Samples

  • Administers diagnostic audiological tests that allow the differentiation between types of hearing disorders, coordinates and interprets test results and consults with and makes recommendations on hearing disorders to physicians
  • Master’s degree in Audiology required
  • Current California state license in audiology required
  • Previous post-licensure experience in the field of audiology preferred
  • California hearing aid dispensers license may be required
  • Certificate of clinical competency in audiology preferred
  • Proficient in diagnostic evaluation of hearing, prevention, habilitation and rehabilitation services for auditory problems
  • Must have a National Provider Identifier (NPI), or obtain an NPI, prior to employment start date
  • Must be able to work in a Labor/Management Partnership environment
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Audiologist Resume Examples & Samples

  • Instructs students on testing procedures and administers audiometric tests and annual audiological evaluations. Records results on appropriate forms as well as in the student’s medical record/school file
  • Assesses, evaluates, analyzes, and provides recommendations for treatment of communicative and social handicaps resulting from aural impairments and their prediction diseases
  • Investigates and studies underlying causes, precipitating factors, symptomatic behavior, and emotional and practical effects upon students with functional hearing impairment
  • Administers rehabilitative treatment to students affected by conductive, sensory, neural, and central hearing loss, as well as functional hearing impairments. Provides appropriate amplification when necessary, i.e., FM Systems, hearing aids, and Infrared Systems
  • Participates in investigating methods to improve clinical management of hearing disorders and performs research related to the development of diagnostic and remedial procedures in the design of apparatus
  • Assists in the assessment of the appropriateness of locations for screening programs in relation to sound levels and testing capabilities and recommends any adjustments which may be required
  • Assesses the need for hearing aids for educational purposes and when necessary, fits the student with hearing aids and counsels in their use and care. Assesses and fits patients for FM and Infrared Systems
  • Attends Annual Reviews and Requested Reviews to discern progress and prognosis of student patients under treatment
  • Checks equipment periodically to ensure proper functioning and calibration
  • Instructs Speech Pathologists and specialists in related fields in the principles and basis of audiology, including clinical techniques, methods of assessment, evaluation, and treatment
  • A New York State License in Audiology; and
  • One (1) year of full time paid professional experience within the last ten years, beyond the licensure, in the practice of Audiology in a hospital, health care, rehabilitative or related facility
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Audiologist Resume Examples & Samples

  • Evaluation
  • Gathers pertinent data
  • Performs routine hearing evaluations, physiologic auditory assessment and special auditory testing for all ages
  • Provides evaluation and management of cochlear implants and other implantable technologies
  • Hearing aid evaluation and fittings
  • Plan of Care
  • Analyzes data to identify needs and potential risks
  • Determines prognosis for recovery
  • Establishes individualized goals with patient and/or caregiver
  • Individualizes plan of care considering developmental level and cultural differences
  • Implements and modifies plan of care based on reassessment and patient response
  • Coordinates care and communicates effectively with interdisciplinary team for all aspects of patient care
  • Establishes appropriate discharge plan
  • Skilled Intervention
  • Implements plan of care
  • Alters treatment/plan of care to reflect change in patient status and response to treatment
  • Assesses patient and/or caregiver learning needs and provides appropriate education
  • Documentation/Billing
  • Uses acceptable medical terminology
  • Follows professional practice standards
  • Completes documentation in a timely manner per department standards
  • Complies with department billing standards
  • Professional Expectations
  • Prioritizes tasks and patient care for effective time management
  • Understands and follows professional licensure/certification requirements
  • Directs team members and/or supervises students as designated
  • Pursues personal and professional development to support clinical best practice
  • Productivity
  • Meets or exceeds departmental standards for productivity
  • Quality Improvement
  • Identifies opportunities for process /quality improvement
  • Participates in and supports entity/system initiatives
  • 1+ years
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Audiologist Resume Examples & Samples

  • Master's Degree from an accredited School of Audiology / Communications
  • NYS Audiologist license
  • ASHA certification
  • Successful completion of required Clinical fellowship year
  • Able to provide a wide range of Audiological services
  • Ability to work with Psychiatrically Impaired or Developmentally Disabled population as appropriate
  • Solid assessment, clinical, and documentation skills
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Audiologist Resume Examples & Samples

  • To evaluate, fit and repair hearing instruments and counsel patients regarding their use and to manage the hearing aid dispensary to maximize patients ability to communicate
  • To provide audiologic services to patients who are self-referrals or have been referred by other physicians and professionals and to document and communicate results appropriately
  • To diagnose hearing loss and provide appropriate management
  • Provide audiologic support to the ENT service to accurately assess patients' hearing status so that appropriate medical/surgical treatment and/or auditory rehabilitation can be provided
  • Perform and interpret electrophysiologic testing (ABR, OAE, ENG) on referred patients. To provide additional diagnostic information as well as confirmation of behavioral test results on children
  • Perform the following services on a regular basis: balance disorders, tinnitus, hearing conservation testing, auditory processing disorders, audiologic assessment (birth to elderly), hearing instrument dispensing, cochlear implant candidacy assessment, cerumen management and aural rehabilitation groups
  • Establishes their own patient base above and beyond what is referred by the ENT
  • Participation in community events 2+% of time per year
  • Newsletter development for patient care and marketing of business
  • Statistical analysis of success of initiatives or project work
  • Newspaper interviews as requested
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Audiologist Resume Examples & Samples

  • Evaluates patients' audiologic function, interprets findings, and reviews test results with patient or responsible adult
  • Documents patients' case history, test results and recommendations for follow up in the medical record and reports results and recommendations to referring physician and/or PCP
  • Counsels patients about treatment options for hearing loss and refers patients to ENT for consultation when appropriate
  • Counsels patients about management of chronic tinnitus
  • Educates patients about hearing conservation
  • Evaluates patients' vestibular function when referred for dizziness, vertigo, or imbalance
  • Performs canalith repositioning maneuvers for patients with BPPV and counsels patients about vestibular rehabilitation exercises when appropriate
  • Performs and interprets electro physiologic and special tests of the peripheral and central auditory system
  • Evaluates hearing status of infants and young children with an appropriate comprehensive battery of tests
  • Evaluates patients' hearing aids when appropriate and enters external referrals for hearing aids for members with a hearing aid benefit
  • Consults with physicians about management of hearing and vestibular disorders
  • Performs other related duties as directed
  • Experience in vestibular testing (VNG or ENG) - required
  • Experience in Auditory Evoked Potential testing (all ages) - required
  • Experience in behavioral pediatric assessment (infants and toddlers) - preferred
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Audiologist, ENT Clinic Resume Examples & Samples

  • Provide skilled, timely and effective patient care
  • Demonstrate in depth knowledge in Audiology related services
  • Follows protocol, standards and guidelines of care relating to specific diagnosis on assigned service
  • Plan treatment programs with the patient and treatment team
  • Document intervention and strategies for treatment in required organizational systems
  • Participate in team rounds and other educational information to patient and support systems prior to termination of therapy intervention
  • Follow billing and reimbursement procedures
  • Comply with agency and division standards, protocols procedures
  • Assist supervisor in the review of the quality and appropriateness of individual programs and procedures
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Audiologist Resume Examples & Samples

  • Evaluates patient's audiologic function, interprets findings, and reviews test results with patient or responsible adult
  • Documents patient's case history, test results and recommendations for follow up in the medical record and reports results and recommendations to referring physician and/or primary care physician
  • Counsels patients about treatment options for hearing loss and refers patients to ear, nose and throat department for consultation when appropriate
  • Evaluates patient's vestibular function when referred for dizziness, vertigo, or imbalance
  • Performs canalith repositioning maneuvers for patients with benign paroxysmal positional vertigo (BPPV) and counsels' patients about vestibular rehabilitation exercises when appropriate
  • Counsels patients regarding hearing aid device options
  • Evaluates patient's hearing aids when appropriate and enters referrals for hearing aids for members with a hearing aid benefit
  • Additional specialized duties performed to include: Programming and fitting implantable devices such as cochlear implants, bone anchored hearing aids (BAHAS) and similar devices AND / OR Fitting, programming, and troubleshooting hearing aids and assistive listening devices, including electroacoustic analysis and real-ear measures AND/OR Advanced vestibular assessment such as rotary chair, vestibular evoked myogenic potential VEMPS, posturography or video head impulse testing (vHIT)
  • Performs other related duties as directed.Performs other related duties as directed
  • One (1) year of experience in vestibular testing (videonystagmography (VNG) orelectronystagmography (ENG)) required
  • One (1) year of experience in behavioral pediatric assessment (infants and toddlers) required
  • One (1) year of experience in Auditory Evoked Potential testing (all ages) required
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Clinical Audiologist Resume Examples & Samples

  • Multidisciplinary teamwork evaluation approach to reach appropriate assessment and diagnosis of children with or at risk for developmental disorders
  • Determine appropriate audiometric tests and assess hearing status to children who are referred to the UDAC. Document hearing assessment results
  • Counsel patients and/or their families regarding audiometric test results
  • Identify and facilitate access to other medical or community resources and follow up as necessary
  • Maintain and calibrate UDAC equipment used for evaluations
  • May evaluate patient need for a hearing device
  • Perform sound level measurements of areas within the UDAC clinics when necessary
  • Be an active member of the team in providing input, assisting with QI projects
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Audiologist Resume Examples & Samples

  • A master's degree in Audiology
  • Current licensure as an Audiologist in the state of Georgia
  • Three years of Audiology experience
  • Certificate of clinical competency (CCC) certification though ASHA to the requirement
  • AuD or PhD credential is preferred
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Licensed Audiologist Resume Examples & Samples

  • Minimum of one year of clinical experience required as an Audiologist
  • Job requires being reliable, responsible, and dependable, and fulfilling obligations
  • Job requires being sensitive to others' needs and feelings and being understanding and helpful on the job
  • Job requires being careful about detail and thorough in completing work tasks
  • Knowledge of principles and processes for providing customer and personal services. This includes customer needs assessment, meeting quality standards for services, and evaluation of customer satisfaction
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Audiologist Resume Examples & Samples

  • This position requires 50% of time in the clinic, and 50% of time in the Hearing Aid Center
  • Doctorate in Audiology (Au.D) with minimum 3 years’ experience
  • Masters in audiology (MA or MS)
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Dispensing Audiologist Resume Examples & Samples

  • Develop and oversee hearing screening programs to detect individuals with hearing loss of all ages
  • Perform speech or language screening, or other screening measures, for the purpose of initial identification and referral of persons with other communication disorders
  • Administration and interpretation of behavioral and electrophysiologic measures of the peripheral and central auditory systems
  • Administration and interpretations of clinical and electrophysiologic tests of equilibrium by using standardized testing procedures a d appropriately calibrated instrumentation
  • Responsible for the evaluation and fitting of amplification devices ,including assistive listening devices. Determines the appropriateness of amplifications systems for persons with hearing impairments, evaluates benefits, and provides counseling and training regarding their use
  • Design, implement and coordinate industrial and community hearing conservation programs
  • Administer and interpret electrophysiological measurements of neural function
  • Maintain professional appearance and personal conduct at all times
  • Work as a team member within the department and all other departments
  • Effectively cope with typical job stress
  • Document work processes as required. 8. Referral to appropriate resources (such as the Early Start program for children, or Self Help for Hard of Hearing (SHHH), etc.)
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Audiologist Resume Examples & Samples

  • Provide comprehensive hearing evaluation(s) and make recommendations
  • Selection and programming of digital hearing aids (Phonak and/or Unitron)
  • Provision of follow-up care consistent with company service standards
  • Compliance with industry standards for treatment and client care
  • Counseling and care of hard of hearing clients
  • Consistent and accurate reports and documentation relating to all clients
  • Community outreach and business development
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Audiologist Resume Examples & Samples

  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • Department operational activities. Participates in department/facility process improvement. Meets productivity standards set by the department
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Audiologist Resume Examples & Samples

  • Current Certificate of Clinical Competence of Audiology (CCC-A) certification granted by the American Speech and Hearing Association (ASHA)
  • Current Washington state license in Audiology
  • Current Washington State DEA
  • AHA - BLS certification
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Audiologist, Box RDC Resume Examples & Samples

  • Provide audiological evaluations for student applicants to NYSSD
  • Provide routine audiological evaluations for students enrolled at NYSSD
  • Prepare reports and provide interpretation of audiological tests to educational staff, dormitory staff, parents and students
  • Collaborate with classroom instructors on best uses of assistive technology
  • Monitor and maintain students’ personal hearing aids and/or cochlear implants
  • Monitor and maintain school testing equipment
  • Monitor and evaluate new technology
  • Serve as a member of the Multidisciplinary Team
  • Maintain communications with parents and Speech Therapists; and
  • Participate in committees and school functions as designated by the Superintendent and/or supervisor
  • Leads to a maximum salary of $77,178 with annual performance advances
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Audiologist Resume Examples & Samples

  • Provides audiometric testing to children and adults for the purpose of screening, identifying, assessing, interpreting, diagnosing, preventing and rehabilitating peripheral and central auditory system dysfunctions
  • Selects, fits, dispenses, checks, adjusts and repairs amplification, assistive listening and alerting devices and provides training in their use
  • Provides aural rehabilitation and related counseling services
  • Screens speech-language and other factors affecting communication function for the purposes of an audiologic evaluation and/or initial identification of individuals with other communication disorders
  • Recommends and follows through with appropriate discharge planning and/or referral for additional services. Performs operational duties, including, but not limited to, patient scheduling, completion of patient notes and reports, compilation of complete patient files, completion of patient charges, recording of hours worked and mileage records, for the efficient treatment of patients and smooth operation of the department
  • Conducts continuing education/in-service activities for departmental staff, hospital personnel, contract agencies and community groups as requested. Demonstrates appropriate, positive and professional interactions with child and adult patients, visitors, families, staff members and medical staff
  • Assumes personal responsibility for knowing Skiff Medical Center and departmental policies and procedures that are applicable to the job of Audiologist, and abides by all Skiff Medical Center and departmental policies and procedures
  • Cordially deals with the public; cordially receives patients and guests, ascertains their needs, and appropriately directs patients, guests, and callers; assists patients, patients’ families, referring physicians, and third party carriers with regard to patient-related issues in a high volume environment
  • Maintains familiarity with various types of medical insurance to explain these plans. Obtains pre-certification as required by patients’ health care insurers or managed care providers; assists patients or family members with completion of medical insurance forms
  • Operates computer to access e-mail, electronic calendars, and other basic office support
  • Uses automated systems to access, enter, and edit patient information/documentation
  • Knows the formal and informal department goals, standards, policies and procedures which may include some familiarity of other departments within the medical center. Is sensitive to the interrelationship of both people and functions within the department. Assures that oral communication (both in person and by phone) is relayed to appropriate staff person
  • Handles administrative, patient, and personnel information with strict confidentiality; protect the reputation and integrity of others through strict confidentiality; demonstrate a high level of trust
  • Maintains respectful and open communication with fellow staff members
  • Maintains current CPR certification
  • Meet education and licensure requirements below
  • Ability to effectively interact with various patient populations
  • Ability to work independently and problem solve
  • Computer knowledge
  • Must be able to read, write and follow written and oral instructions in English
  • Demonstrates a commitment to service, organization values and professionalism through appropriate conduct and demeanor at all times
  • Adheres to and exhibits our core values
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Clinical Audiologist Resume Examples & Samples

  • Previous clinical experience in diagnostics and aural rehabilitation of hearing loss with children and adults
  • Previous experience with 2-channel audiometer, immittance audiometer, probe microphone, and evoked potential unit
  • Auditory Brainstem Testing-Tympanometry
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Audiologist / Speech Path Resume Examples & Samples

  • Schedule patients for evaluation and treatment and entering patient information into the computer system
  • Completing proper documentation, including evaluation, Audiology reports, and placement of an individualized plan of care with functional goals in the patient’s medical records within 24 hours of initial contact
  • Complete proper documentation including evaluation, Audiology report, precautions, contraindications, and placement of an individualized plan of care with functional goals in the patient’s medical record within 24 hours of initial contact. And completing daily documentation
  • Assess the needs of the patient by assessing and documenting the learning needs of the patient/caregiver and supply the appropriate instructions to the appropriate learner
  • Assess the need for adaptive equipment, attaining an order for it and demonstration use of the equipment
  • Plan, coordinate, and provide appropriate habilitative/rehabilitative intervention for the hearing impaired patient
  • Assess and recommend needs for other services and participating in the discharge process
  • Confer with the person(S) most closely associated with the active management of the patient and keeps them informed of any additional patient needs, treatment modifications, and/or progress
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Audiologist Resume Examples & Samples

  • Knowledge of contemporary audiology practice
  • Ability to communicate orally and in writing
  • Knowledge of anatomy, physiology, acoustics, applied acoustics, communication, psychoacoustics, and auditory/vestibular pathophysiology
  • Knowledge of principles and techniques in the assessment and treatment of auditory and balance disorders
  • Ability to perform functions associated with contemporary audiology scope of practice; and
  • Ability to interact with patients, families, and other health care professionals
  • Ability to develop coherent treatment strategies
  • Knowledge of clinical services, and the ability to perform them independently
  • Ability to conduct assessments and provide treatment interventions
  • Ability to provide consultation to other health care professionals
  • Knowledge of contemporary audiology practice; and
  • Ability to perform functions associated with contemporary audiology scope of practice
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Research Audiologist Resume Examples & Samples

  • Conduct studies internally or at external sites validating the performance of Phonak’s product portfolio regarding the efficacy, efficiency, usability and safety of the devices and fitting software
  • Conduct bench testing within PARC to support field staff and provide clinical assistance including evaluation and troubleshooting
  • Collaborate with external research partners to develop evaluation protocols and conduct research projects
  • Train and support external centers with necessary technical know-how and product information
  • Maintain internal databases, adhere to compliance guidelines, perform data analysis, interpret findings and disseminate reports
  • Provide feedback and recommendations on hearing instruments, wireless, and accessory product design as well as issues around fitting software to headquarters development teams
  • Assist in the preparation of presentations for scientific meetings and of publications of relevant findings for industry journals
  • Work within the Phonak Audiology Research Center (PARC) and among internal stakeholders to contribute to general audiological and product knowledge
  • Support building and maintenance of general PARC laboratory set up
  • Doctorate degree in Audiology, Hearing and Communication Sciences required
  • Experience as an Audiologist or Researcher in Audiology
  • Qualifying experience must include
  • Able to speak comfortably and with confidence in small and large group settings
  • Able to interact with sales and field staff and share clinical experience and best clinical practice
  • Able to interact with development teams and share experience with product features and fitting software
  • Possesses broad interest into many different fields of Audiology
  • Ability to collaborate extensively with the R&D team in Stäfa, Switzerland
  • Technically skilled to support maintenance of lab and equipment
  • Need to be tactical, proactive, curious, research centric, technical in nature
  • Comfortable working in a high pace environment
  • Ability to learn quickly and independently
  • Must have an extremely high aptitude for individual learning and learning from experienced team members
  • Understand the patient’s needs and has the ability to motivate them to take part in Phonak/PARC studies
  • Understands the history of Phonak products in order to assist with the development and creation of new innovative products
  • Organized
  • Excellent computer skills
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Speech Pathologist / Audiologist Specialist Resume Examples & Samples

  • Ability to provide communication-based behavior services to individuals with cognitive impairments exhibiting significant behavioral challenges complicated by communication needs
  • Ability to coach and train team members, and work as a collaborative team members
  • Ability to perform informal, functional communication evaluations
  • Ability to target functional, everyday communication skills
  • Ability to provide dysphagia services, including: conduct clinical swallow evaluations, develop accommodations and interventions, make recommendations, and participate in evaluations
  • Provide a letter of interest
  • College Transcripts
  • Copy of "Certificate of clinical competence"
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Audiologist Resume Examples & Samples

  • Knowledge of anatomy, physiology, acoustics, applied acoustics, communication,
  • Knowledge of contemporary audiology practices; and
  • Your Résumé. Please make sure your resume includes where you worked, dates of employment (From: mm/yyyy To: mm/yyyy), and number of hours worked per week
  • VA Form 10-2850C available online at http://www.va.gov/vaforms/medical/pdf/vha-10-2850c-fill.pdf
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  • Additional Required Documents (see Required Documents section below)
  • Responses to the Questionnaire
  • Most recent SF50 NLT 2 years old
  • Current or Former Federal Employees - Must provide a copy of your last or most recent SF-50, "Notification of Personnel Action" which shows your current grade level. If you have served at a higher grade level in Federal service which qualifies you for this position, please provide a copy of that SF-50
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Audiologist Resume Examples & Samples

  • At least 1 year of active professional practice or its equivalent. Active professional practice means paid or non-paid employment as a professional audiologist engaged in the practice of audiology as defined by the appropriate licensing boards
  • Academic course work leading to a doctoral degree in audiology or directly related fields
  • Work as a professional Audiologist related to the position to be filled; and
  • The work is at a level comparable to Audiology experience at the next lower grade level
  • Fax your documents to (478)757-3144
  • CV or Resume
  • VA Form 10-2850c - Applicationfor Associated Health Occupations (Available at http://www.va.gov/vaforms/medical/pdf/vha-10-2850c-fill.pdf) (required)
  • Occupational Questionnaire
  • Optional Form 306 - Declaration for Federal Employment (Available at http://www.opm.gov/forms/pdf_fill/of0306.pdf). This is a required form and must be submitted with your application
  • If prior military service, include all copies of your DD Forms 214 (required). Applicants claiming preference based on service-connected disability, or based on being the spouse or mother of a disabled or deceased Veteran, must also complete and submit an SF 15, Application for 10-Point Veteran Preference (available at http://www.opm.gov/forms/pdf_fill/SF15.pdf)
  • If currently employed in the VA system, include latest SF-50 - Notification of Personnel Action. (required)
  • List three (3) Personal AND three (3) Professional References (All applicants must submit complete company and supervisor names, addresses, and phone numbers including area code)
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Audiologist Resume Examples & Samples

  • Skill in Audiometric Testing
  • Knowledge of Audiology
  • Ability to Develop Treatment Plans
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Audiologist Resume Examples & Samples

  • Administers wide variety of audiological tests to determine patient’s hearing level and most likely site of damage to auditory system. Anticipates degree of social disability due to hearing loss, predicts potential benefits to hearing aid use and/or special training
  • Prepares reports on diagnostic findings. Ensures reports are distributed appropriately and confidentially as authorized by patient or patient’s family
  • Provides counseling to patients and their families
  • Monitors inventory and initiates replacement orders to maintain operating supply level. Ensures supplies are properly stored
  • Provides didactic and practical in-service training to otolaryngology residents and medical students and other hospital staff
  • Master’s Degree in Audiology or related field, required. Doctorate Degree, preferred
  • Must possess New York State License in Audiology and Certification in Audiology by the American Speech, Language and Hearing Association
  • New York State Department of State Registration as a Hearing Aid Dispenser, required
  • Knowledge of sign language, preferred
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Audiologist Resume Examples & Samples

  • Ability to make accurate, immediate decisions
  • Perform under stress
  • Apply critical technical and thinking skills
  • Tremendous concentration
  • Johns Hopkins
  • GE Healthcare
  • Cleveland Clinic
  • Mercy Medical Center
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Speech Pathologist / Audiologist Spec Resume Examples & Samples

  • Provides skilled, timely and effective patient care and demonstrates in depth knowledge
  • Follows protocols, standards and guidelines of care relating to specific diagnosis on assigned service
  • Documents intervention and strategies for treatment in required organizational systems
  • Documentation is to include assessment, measurable criteria, goals method of treatment, home programs and adapting plan according to patient’s response to intervention
  • Provides home programs and other educational information to patient and support systems prior to termination of therapy intervention
  • Knowledge of other treatment team member’s roles with intervention and effective methods to collaborate in patient’s treatment
  • Coordinates patient care programs with treatment team to facilitate and enhance functional outcomes
  • Follows billing and reimbursement procedures
  • Complies with agency and division standards, protocols procedures
  • Participates in discipline and workgroup meetings and Quality Assurance as it relates to patient care, assisting supervisor in the review of the quality and appropriateness of individual SP programs and procedures
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Audiologist Assistant Resume Examples & Samples

  • High School Graduate or equivalent, strong customer service background
  • Must be dependable, professional, punctual and have good written and verbal communication skills. Must be able to interact with patients and staff in a courteous and cooperative manner. Must possess organizational skills
  • Assist Audiologist in Audiologic Evaluations
  • Room patients and obtain patient history as required by audiologist
  • Assist Audiologist with Cerumen management
  • Clean and maintain audiologic equipment in accordance with OSHA standards
  • Provide chart review as needed
  • Assist Audiologists in Hearing-Aid Fitting
  • Assist in ear-impression procedures, including preparation of impression material
  • Perform ANSI electro-acoustic evaluations of hearing aids using hearing-aid analyzer
  • Instruct members on care and use of their hearing aids, including manipulation of controls and cleaning
  • Assist in maintenance of hearing aid test results
  • Support for members with Hearing-Aid problems
  • Assess non-functioning hearing aids, consulting with audiologist as needed
  • Perform appropriate in-office repair of hearing aids including, wax removal from hearing aid, battery door changes, shell modifications and ear-mold tubing changes
  • Obtain factory service for hearing aids where appropriate. Apprise members of costs and warranties
  • Hearing-aid lab support functions
  • Quality control of incoming hearing aid orders
  • Process new and repair hearing-aid paper work
  • Maintain and order lab stock of batteries, hearing aid parts, hearing aid analyzer supplies, hearing-aid order forms / boxes, hearing-aid purchase contracts and repair contracts
  • Maintain the hearing-aid lab in a clean and safe manner
  • Assist in the reconciliation of hearing-aid statements
  • Maintain hearing-aid database
  • Departmental Support Functions
  • Assist members with return appointments as needed
  • Receive payments for hearing aids as needed
  • Assist receptionist in members phone questions
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Audiologist Resume Examples & Samples

  • Masters or doctorate degree in Audiology from an accredited institution required. Any course work in the area should be concentrated in anatomy, physiology, physics and other science related classes
  • Certification is required by American-Speech Language and Hearing Association
  • One year experience preferred
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Audiologist Resume Examples & Samples

  • Current and valid New Jersey State License and CCC-A is required
  • CPR is preferred
  • VNG testing experience is required
  • The ability to learn quickly and adapt to changing patient needs, a strong sense of accountability for improving the lives of our patients and their caregivers, an exceptional focus on teamwork, and the ability and passion to deliver the highest quality of care based on a strong sense of patient focus are all required
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Audiologist Resume Examples & Samples

  • Performs audiograms and assists with procedures as needed
  • Coordinates patient flow
  • Performs front and back office duties as needed
  • Performs other duties as assigned or required
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Audiologist Resume Examples & Samples

  • 1-2 years experience is preferred
  • 1) A license to practice Audiology in the state of Massachusetts (or the ability to acquire such license within 3 months of starting)
  • 2) Clinical Certification as an Audiologist with either the American Academy of Audiology or the American Speech Language and Hearing Association
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Audiologist Resume Examples & Samples

  • Master's degree or AuD in Audiology
  • Current CA state Audiology and Hearing Aid licenses
  • Current BLS certification for Healthcare Providers
  • Four or more years’ experience
  • Ability to clearly communicate with both hearing and hearing impaired patients
  • Ability to use computers to write reports
  • Ability to perform VNGs, ECoGs, ABRs, OAEs, and all aspects of Audiology evaluations, Hearing aid evaluations, fitting and follow-up, Cochlear Implant evaluations, mapping/follow-up, Baha evaluations and follow-up
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Audiologist Resume Examples & Samples

  • Maintains confidentiality of all materials handled within the Network/ Entity as well as proper release of information
  • Complies with Network and departmental policies regarding issues of employee, patient, and environmental safety and follows appropriate reporting requirements
  • Demonstrates/ models the Network’s service excellence standards of performance in interactions with customers (internal and external)
  • Demonstrates performance improvement in the following areas as appropriate: Clinical care/ outcomes, customer service improvement, operational system/ process, and safety
  • Demonstrates financial responsibility and accountability through the effective and efficient use of resources in daily procedures, processes and practices
  • Demonstrates competency in the assessment, range of treatment, knowledge of growth, and development and communication appropriate to the age of the patient treated
  • Conduct comprehensive hearing evaluation to include pure air tone and bone conduction audiometry, speech reception threshold, and speech discrimination
  • Conduct tympanometry, acoustic reflex threshold testing, and reflex decay testing
  • Conduct brainstem auditory evoked response (BAER) testing for both the identification of hearing loss and to rule out retrocochlear pathology
  • Conduct infant screening utilizing the BAER screener and / or otoacoustic emissions
  • Conduct videonystagmography
  • Interpretation of the above test results, written and/ or oral communication results to patients, family or physician, and/or other agencies as appropriate
  • Recommendation for further testing, medical follow-up, or rehabilitation (i.e. amplification) based upon results obtained through above procedures
  • Provide bedside testing of inpatients as needed
  • Conduct industrial audiometry to include on site sound level measurement as needed
  • Counsels patients regarding rehabilitation/ habilitation options
  • Hearing aid services including comparative evaluation, probe tube assessment, hearing aid delivery and orientation; follow up maintenance
  • Referrals to other SLUHN services (ex. Speech Pathology) or outside agencies (ex. OVR, special education placement, etc.) as needed and appropriate
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Audiologist Resume Examples & Samples

  • Clinical duties and responsibilities include direct patient care involving a full range of audiology and balance evaluation and treatment services, including conducting medical-legal Compensation and Pension (C&P) examinations, the selection and fitting of hearing aids and other amplification systems and devices, aural (auditory) rehabilitation, and counseling of hearing-impaired veterans and their family
  • Identifying and evaluating individuals with hearing disorders in the reception and perception of speech, language and other acoustic signals to a full range of patient complexity
  • Administers the full range of tests (e.g. auditory evoked potential testing, central auditory processing testing, testing of vestibular nerve function, etc.); evaluates the type and degree of hearing loss for patients who may be unable to provide consistent and reliable reaction to diagnostics
  • Plans, conducts, and coordinates auditory (aural) rehabilitation, tinnitus, and/or vestibular rehabilitation programs for patients
  • Serves as a consultant to other facility personnel involving the most difficult and complex cases and is a recognized subject matter expert on matters related to hearing, tinnitus , and balance disorders
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Audiologist Resume Examples & Samples

  • Reviews the audiometric data submitted by the contract providers
  • Reviews the differential diagnosis of the full range of hearing problems associated with (a) functional, (b) mixed, (c) conductive, (d) sensory, (e) neural, (f) sensorineural, and (g) central hearing loss
  • Evaluates patient medical records to determine nature, type, and severity hearing disorders and tinnitus complaints by reviewing a full range of diagnostic audiologic tests and techniques, past and current medical history, record review, and may consult with family and other health care practitioners
  • Enter audiometric data into the repository and check for quality indicators
  • Orders the hearing aids through ROES
  • Develops a systematic communication plan with the TPA which the Choice providers will use to notify the DALC Audiologist when the hearing aid is received and when it is issued
  • Manages the repair for the Veterans who live 40 miles from any VA which will involve the Choice provider via the TPA
  • Develops a communication plan and creates processes for Choice providers on how Veterans return to their local Audiology clinic for repairs after the 60-day window of authorized care has expired
  • Develops and maintains processes for Choice providers on how Veterans can re-order batteries, obtain repairs, and request accessories through the DALC
  • Collects data regarding the delivery of services, analyzes problems that occur and implements solutions and follow-up plans to assure that the actions were appropriate
  • Consults with local NVCC, VHA NVCC and VHA VACAA offices on issues related to contracted care
  • Monitors and evaluates the diagnostic and rehabilitative care provided by Choice TPA providers as well as treatment outcomes, and program effectiveness of the VACAA program
  • Manages data related to the Choice programs to include, access data, workload data, missed opportunities data, and outcome measures data using the International Outcomes Inventory for Hearing Aids (IOI-HA)
  • Maintains the VACAA program per the VHA Business Office guidelines
  • Maintains all VACAA clinical materials such as PowerPoint presentations, frequently asked questions, hearing aid order forms, clinical templates, CPRS templates for general education of the VA providers as well as Choice providers
  • Occasional Travel
  • You may be expected to travel 10% of the time
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Audiologist Special Clinical Program Responsibilities Resume Examples & Samples

  • Applies the latest theories and techniques to tinnitus patients, providing professional advice and counseling, and providing consultation and recommendations for tinnitus management
  • Exercises independent clinical judgment and adapts clinical procedures and techniques to accommodate unique patient requirements and preferences
  • Evaluates patients to determine the nature, type, and severity of hearing disorders and tinnitus distress using the latest battery of diagnostic tests, techniques, and questionnaires; record review; and hearing and tinnitus history, in consultation with family and other health care practitioners as appropriate
  • Provides hearing aid and tinnitus instrument assessment, selection, evaluation, fitting, orientation, training, and follow-up services. Evaluates functional status before and after intervention and verifies acoustic performance of hearing aids using real-ear and/ or functional measurements
  • Performs compensation and pension examinations
  • Plans, coordinates and implements a full range of patient-focused treatment services designed to optimize hearing function and tinnitus relief
  • Consults with primary care providers, psychiatrist, psychologists, otologists, and other health care practitioners related to diagnostic evaluation and treatment
  • Documents in the medical record the diagnosis, clinical opinion, treatment plans, treatment outcomes, changes in fictional status, and patient and family education
  • Participates with other healthcare practitioners as a team, to address the global needs of the patient and advise on diagnosis and treatment
  • Advanced knowledge of contemporary audiology practice
  • Advanced knowledge of tinnitus and tinnitus management
  • Ability to articulate and communicate goals, objectives, and focused initiatives to an inter-disciplinary team, specialized clinical program, or subunit; as well as guiding the team members on work methods, practices and procedures
  • Ability to monitor and evaluate the work of an inter-disciplinary team, specialized clinical program, or subunit; and to make adjustments in procedures or practices to accomplish the program goals
  • Ability to serve as coach and facilitator in coordinating program or team initiatives and consensus building activities among clinical team members with widely divergent backgrounds, interests, and points of view
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Audiologist Resume Examples & Samples

  • Uses a wide range of knowledge of, and skill in applying, a wide range theories, principles, and methodologies in the practice of audiology to a wide range of populations
  • Develops coherent treatment strategies
  • Knowledge of clinical services and the ability to perform them independently
  • Conducts assessments, provides treatment interventions
  • Provides consultation to other health care professionals
  • Has knowledge of contemporary audiology practice
  • Performs functions associated with contemporary audiology practice
  • Leads a clinical team in a highly specialized program, responsible for the quality and efficiency of this program
  • Advises staff on knowledge and theory through staff meetings and grand rounds to ensure continuity and quality of diagnostic work
  • Monitors and tracks the program for quality assurance purposes
  • Demonstrates leadership in defining and attending to professional practice issues as they relate to the specialty program
  • Assists in orientation and training of new staff
  • Assists in the training and supervision of students, trainees, externs, and fellows, providing feedback on progress toward established educational goals
  • Keeps current with theory and practice through continuing education programs, journals, textbooks, and other literature, and in-service programs
  • Provides patient and family education including informed consent
  • Participates in developing guidelines and protocols, new patient programs, and evaluation of existing programs
  • Maintains patient records and other data required by the clinic, service, and medical center
  • Maintains, supplies, equipment and clinical areas to optimize safety and efficiency
  • May be requested to service on service-level committees or task forces or to represent to service/section on medical center, network, or national committees
  • May perform ancillary assignments, including program management duties on an occasional basis, where the complexity and amount of work is not substantial
  • Follows applicable informed consent, HIPAA rules on privacy and protecting patient rights
  • Completion of a doctoral degree in Audiology
  • Clinical experience with veterans patients
  • Experience with electro-physiologic diagnostic testing
  • Experience with vestibular diagnostic testing
  • Experience with Cochlear Implants
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Audiologist Resume Examples & Samples

  • Conducting a full range of audiological evaluations to determine the type and degree of hearing loss, determining patients' need for amplification, predicts and measures the effectiveness of amplification, and determining need for and type of rehabilitation and counseling of patients with hearing loss and their families
  • Using knowledge of and skill in applying a wide range of theories, principles, and methodologies in the practice of audiology
  • Conducting assessments, develop coherent treatment strategies, and provide treatment interventions
  • Providing orientation/training of medical staff and assists in training and supervision of students, trainees, externs, and fellows, providing feedback on progress toward established educational goals
  • Keeping current with theory and practice through continuing education programs, journals, text books, and other literature, and in-service programs
  • Participating in developing guidelines and protocols, new patient programs, and evaluation of existing programs
  • Incumbent plans, conducts, and coordinates auditory (aural) rehabilitation, tinnitus, and/or vestibular rehabilitation programs for patients; designs patient-centered treatment plans to assist patient and caregivers to maximize and restore to the greatest extent possible physical and social functioning
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Audiologist Resume Examples & Samples

  • Performs administrative responsibilities of the vestibular clinic, including the direct clinical care of veterans reporting balance and auditory processing complaints as well as training students in managing these patients
  • Administer the full range of vestibular tests including posturography, rotary chair, videonystamography and others
  • Provide guidance on the principles and procedures of management of balance to members of the staff by serving as the Subject Matter Expert on balance diagnostics and treatment
  • Oversee the electrophysiological evaluation of hearing loss for patients who may be unable to provide consistent and reliable reaction to diagnostic tests
  • Request and coordinate vestibular and auditory processing rehabilitation referrals
  • Provide expert knowledge in the multi-disciplinary management of patients in conjunction with Speech Pathology, Otolaryngology, Polytrauma, Rehabilitative Services and Mental Health
  • Function as an autonomous practitioner and is fully responsible for all clinical decisions and special clinic program responsibilities under the general direction of the Service Chief
  • Occasional travel to Philadelphia VA Medical Center for meetings or training
  • At least 3 years of post-graduate experience in audiology, including an extensive background in hearing aid dispensing
  • Recent experience in vestibular and electrophysiology testing (within the past 2 years)
  • Expertise in auditory processing a plus
  • Experience functioning independently and managing a clinic, including scheduling, ordering supplies and supervising students and/or technicians
  • Knowledge of Contemporary Professional Audiology Practice.To be creditable, the experience must have required the use of knowledge, skills, abilities, and other characteristics associated with contemporary professional audiology practice. This knowledge may be evidenced by one or more of the following
  • At least 1 year of active professional practice or its equivalent. Active professional practice means paid or non-paid employment as a professional audiologist engaged in the practice of audiology as defined by the appropriate licensing board
  • Academic course work leading to a doctoral degree in audiology or hearing science
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Practice Audiologist Resume Examples & Samples

  • Administers wide variety of audiological tests to determine patient's hearing level and most likely site of damage to auditory system. Anticipates degree of social disability due to hearing loss, predicts potential benefits to hearing aid use and/or special training
  • Administers ABR and ENG examinations including detailed questionnaire and battery of tests to evaluate auditory and vestibular system. Reads, interprets, prepares and sends tracings to referring physician
  • Counsels patient and family regarding results of testing and recommendations; confers with medical staff regarding audiological and vestibular problems and makes recommendations regarding appropriate patient referral and management
  • Prepares reports on diagnostic findings. Ensures reports are distributed appropriately and confidentially as authorized by patient or patient's family
  • Dispenses hearing aides, as assigned
  • Schedules and provides cochlear implant services
  • Participates in research, conferences, and meetings
  • Master's Degree in Audiology or related field, required. Doctorate Degree, preferred
  • New York State License in Audiology, required
  • New York State Department of State registration as a Hearing Aid Dispenser, required
  • Certification in Audiology by the American Speech, Language and Hearing Association, preferred
  • Minimum of one (1) year related experience diagnosing and treating a variety of hearing disorders. Experience dispensing hearing aids, preferred
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Audiologist Resume Examples & Samples

  • Identifying, evaluating, diagnosing, managing, and treating disorders of human hearing, tinnitus, and other disorders associated with the practice of audiology
  • Performing otoscopic examination and external ear canal management
  • Conducting and interpreting behavioral, electroacoustic, or electrophysiologic tests used to evaluate disorders associated with the practice of audiology
  • Determining the appropriateness of amplification devices and systems such as hearing aids, accessories, alerting and telecommunication systems, and captioning devices; for Veterans with hearing impairment taking into consideration physical, acoustic, cosmetic, situational, and contextual factors
  • Selecting, evaluating, fitting and programming amplification devices and systems customized to the individual needs of Veterans; verifying the effectiveness of such devices or systems; counseling and training Veterans in the use of amplification devices and systems, and determining the benefit of amplification devices and systems
  • Evaluating and providing treatment and management for Veterans with tinnitus using techniques that may include different functions of Progressive Tinnitus Management (PTM)
  • Direct and coordinate the multidisciplinary Minneapolis VAHCS Hearing Implant Program to involve the departments of Audiology, ENT/Vestibular, Primary Care, Speech Pathology, Surgery, Mental Health, Social Work, Prosthetics, Travel, and Lodging
  • Direct bi-weekly hearing implant program team meetings
  • Develop/administer program policies and procedures
  • Implement the Hearing Implant Program Quality Improvement Plan
  • Coordinate with audiologists and professionals throughout VISN 23 regarding patient care and the inter-facility consult process
  • Communicate with future and current recipients and non-VA providers to collaborate patient care
  • Train and educate staff, residents, and audiologists within VISN 23 to further the ongoing development of the Hearing Implant Program
  • Coordinate with the Department of Prosthetics annually to determine the upcoming Fiscal Year cochlear implantation budget
  • Serve as a member of the Audiology Department Process Improvement Committee
  • Evaluate candidacy for cochlear implantation by conducting initial audiologic evaluation, tympanometry, otoacoustic emissions, and auditory brainstem response (ABR) testing (if appropriate). Candidacy determination is also to include: verification of current hearing aids, aided evaluation with speech perception abilities, evaluation of audiologic and otologic history, assessment of cognitive and emotional factors, and discussion of realistic expectations, benefits/limitations of implant, and surgical/follow-up procedures
  • Perform device selection, provide pre- and post-surgical assessment, counseling, and all aspects of audiologic treatment including auditory training, rehabilitation, initial device activation, implant programming (mapping), NRT/NRI intraoperative measures, and on-going maintenance of the cochlear implant speech processing system
  • Measure progress with the cochlear implant at routine follow-up appointments by comparing behavioral and speech discrimination tests from previous visits and perform validation measures such as the Performance Inventory for Profound and Severe Hearing Loss (PIPSL), the Dizziness Handicap Inventory (DHI), and/or the Tinnitus Handicap Inventory (THI) to evaluate veteran satisfaction
  • Determine candidacy for osseointegrated bone anchored implants (BAI) and assistive listening technologies based on hearing evaluation, medical evaluation, communication information, and performance with a trial BAI sound processor, with while taking into consideration physical, cognitive, acoustic, cosmetic, situational, and contextual factors
  • Responsible for timely completion of all clinical charting, consults and documentation required by the Minneapolis, MN VAHCS and VISN 23 as appropriate
  • Writes orders appropriately
  • Attends and actively participates in staff meetings and vendor trainings
  • Completes annual professional and mandatory training by required dates
  • Participates in the development of professional and technical standards
  • Other duties and responsibilities may be assigned as required for the efficient operation of the department
  • Participating in education mission of VA by providing education, mentoring, and supervision of Audiology students
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Supervisory Audiologist Resume Examples & Samples

  • Provide orientation and training of new audiology staff
  • Assist in the training and supervision of students, trainees, and fellows, providing feedback on progress toward established educational goals
  • Provide patient and family education including informed consent
  • Serve as clinical and administrative director of the Audiology Intern program
  • Develop, organize, direct, manage, supervise, control, and implement policies and procedures in focused clinical programs
  • Licensure. Must hold a full, current, and unrestricted license in a State, Territory, Commonwealth, or the District of Columbia
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Audiologist Resume Examples & Samples

  • ASHA certification (CCC-A)
  • Ability to perform VNGs, ECoGs, ABRs, OAEs, and all aspects of Audiology evaluations, Hearing aid evaluations, fitting and follow-up
  • One or more years of experience as a licensed Audiologist
  • Cochlear Implant evaluations, mapping/follow-up, Baha evaluations and follow-up
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Audiologist Specialist Resume Examples & Samples

  • Direct and evaluate CSD students in the audiology and aural rehabilitation clinics
  • Master's degree in Audiology
  • Certificate of Clinical Competence (CCC-A) from the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA)
  • License to practice audiology and dispense hearing aids from the state of Washington
  • One year of experience as an audiologist, including experience with both diagnostic and therapeutic approaches
  • Three years of experience as an audiologist, including experience with both diagnostic and therapeutic approaches
  • Clinical doctorate (AuD) degree in audiology
  • Experience supervising graduate students
  • Experience as a clinical educator at a university
  • Experience which includes assessment of pediatric and other difficult to test patients, auditory processing disorder (APD) assessment, and intervention/treatment of patients diagnosed with APD
  • Experience with pediatric aural habilitation
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Audiologist Specialist Resume Examples & Samples

  • Coordinate internship/externship graduate practicum for audiology graduate students
  • Master's degree in audiology
  • Experience as a clinical supervisor
  • Two years of experience as an audiologist, including experience with both diagnostic and therapeutic approaches
  • Clinical Internship Coordinator in a university setting
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Audiologist Resume Examples & Samples

  • Ability to work independently and show initiative to complete necessary tasks without supervision
  • Must have great problem-solving skills and organizational and analytical abilities and maintain good working relationships with patients coworkers and physicians
  • 2 to 3 years of experience in the field preferred
  • Confidentiality relating to patient and business information
  • Follow good safety and infection control protocols
  • Excellent listening skills and ability to work both autonomously and as a team member
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Audiologist Resume Examples & Samples

  • Demonstrates proficiency in the care of pediatrics, adolescents and adults. Demonstrates proficiency in the care of neonates as required by assignment
  • Demonstrates at least 75% of Staff I AUD clinical competencies in direct patient care within probationary period
  • Evaluaties patients for hearing difficulties and impairments, and makes appropriate recommendations to physicians, families, schools and community agencies for follow-up care
  • Independently provides and coordinates age-appropriate treatment, consultation, plans and treatment in routine patient care situations
  • Completes timely documentation as required by departmental policy #7980.3.3, The Joint Commission and CARF standards
  • Attends meetings related to patient treatment, and contributes to discussion as an interdisciplinary team member
  • Consults with other services, families and outside agencies to recommend equipment, home or school modifications, transition of care, etc
  • Assists in maintenance of department equipment
  • Maintains knowledge of and familiarity with the insurance referral/authorization process and documentation requirements related to therapy services
  • May begin to investigate specialty areas within the audiology discipline
  • Assesses existing and develops new activities that promote general knowledge and professionalism within the department; participates in peer review process. Attends inservices/continuing education; provides updates in the form of inservices to the department
  • Participates in program, discipline, specialty and hospital/satellite CQI projects
  • Contributes to discipline and program committees to enhance patient care; assists in assessing current procedures and assists in developing methods of improvement related to patient care
  • Participates in activities to increase program use, awareness and marketability. Attends monthly program meetings. Contributes to achievement of department/program goals
  • Assists in mentoring affiliating Audiology students, new Audiology staff, support personnel and volunteers. Adequately and appropriately supervises 4th-year Extern staff. Assists with department-wide student teaching; participates in student and volunteer program organization
  • Participates in single-discipline, multidisciplinary and specialty teams. Assists in maintenance of department space and equipment
  • Contributes to the growth and development of specialty areas within the Audiology discipline. Develops ties with professional organizations. Provides educational inservices and experiences to the discipline/program and outside community. Attends Audiology meetings as scheduled. May participate in promotional activities for Audiology and/or Nemours
  • Completes department and Delaware Valley annual mandatory inservice training. Annual radiation safety training for those performing Modified Barium Swallow Studies
  • When required by assignment, participates in weekend rehab coverage rotation, including checking the code blue cart per guideline #7980.GL.24
  • Stays current on technological aspects of position
  • Willingness to accept change
  • Takes direction; accepts feedback, makes suggestions
  • Uses listening skills (non-verbal communications, rephrasing, etc.)
  • Makes decisions as appropriate for patient safety, departmental systems flow, etc
  • Must have the ability to work well with others
  • Regular attendance is required
  • Good communication skills are required, both written and verbal
  • Basic Life Support (BLS) certification within 6 months of date of hire and maintained throughout the duration of employment
  • Member of professional specialty organizations (ASHA, American Academy of Audiology) preferred
  • Desired candidate will have a minimum of 5 years of clinical experience; at least 2 years pediatric practice preferred
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Audiologist Resume Examples & Samples

  • Doctoral degree in Audiology
  • Entry-level professional competency and commitment to patient oriented practice
  • Desire to learn and upgrade clinical skills
  • Basic computer skills to include Outlook, Microsoft Office and Windows (Preferred)
  • Current valid State of Florida license as an Audiologist
  • CPR certificate
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Core-audiologist Resume Examples & Samples

  • Ensures audiology equipment is functioning properly at all times
  • Maintains established CORE and federal regulated policies and procedures; objectives; patient confidentiality; quality improvement programs; safety/environment of care programs and infection control standards
  • Ensures thoroughness in patient/family education and provides counseling in accordance with the provider and CORE standards
  • Assessment and nonmedical management of tinnitus using biofeedback; masking; hearing aids; education; and counseling
  • Measurement of functional outcomes; consumer satisfaction; effectiveness; efficiency; and cost-benefit of practices and programs to maintain and improve the quality of audiological services
  • Prevention of hearing loss and conservation of hearing function by designing; implementing; and coordinating occupational; school; and community hearing conservation and identification programs
  • Consultation to members of interdisciplinary teams about communication management; educational implications of hearing loss; educational programming; classroom acoustics; and large-area amplification systems for children with hearing loss
  • Provision of hearing care by selecting; evaluating; fitting; facilitating adjustment to; and dispensing prosthetic devices for hearing loss; including hearing aids; sensory aids; hearing assistive devices; alerting and telecommunication systems; and captioning devices
  • Referral source for newborn hearing screening program at Exeter Hospital; to conduct screening/diagnostic OAE and ABR testing of infants referred
  • Evaluation and management of children and adults with central auditory processing disorders (screening at present)
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Audiologist / Hearing Aid Dispenser Resume Examples & Samples

  • Rotate through existing clinics in designated areas
  • Provide in - person, phone, or online support to customers, regarding hearing testing, hearing device programming and adjustments, hearing health, and counseling
  • Make ear impressions and ear molds
  • Provides a high level of customer service with a high volume of clients
  • Degree in Hearing Instrument Science with state hearing aid dealer's and dispenser's license, along with any state - required certifications or Dispensing Audiologist with a Master's Degree or Au.d
  • Strong interpersonal communication skills with customers and other professionals
  • Basic MS / Office (Word, Excel & Outlook)
  • Certification as required by state law
  • Travel up to 50%
  • 2 years of hands - on clinical Audiology / Hearing Aid Dispenser experience
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Audiologist Resume Examples & Samples

  • 1-5 days per month for meetings and trainings
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Audiologist Resume Examples & Samples

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  • 1-5 Days per Month for Meetings and Trainings
  • Veterans , i.e. (VEOA, VRA, and 30% or more disabled)
  • Career Transition Assistance Program (CTAP )
  • Interagency Transition Assistance Program (ICTAP)
  • Schedule A Appointments for the Disabled
  • Resume - You are highly encouraged to use USAJOBS Resume Builder to ensure all required information is included in your Resume. If you use your own resume, curriculum vitae, or any other written form you choose then you must describe your job-related qualifications that includes beginning and ending dates for paid and non-paid work experience, hours worked per week, month and year of employment for each job title listed, annual salary, and description of job duties. Include name and address of employer; supervisor name and telephone number
  • Indian Preference Applicants - If claiming Indian preference, applicants must provide a completed copy of the Form BIA-4432, "Verification of Indian Preference for Employment in the BIA and IHS Only." Indian preference will not be given unless a properly signed and dated form is submitted with your application, including any verification by an authorized Tribal Representative or BIA Official of tribal enrollment records. For detailed instructions, see form BIA-4432. Refer to BIA-4432 link: http://www.bia.gov/cs/groups/xois/documents/document/idc1-029504.pdf. When an Indian Preference candidate possesses Veteran's preference the rules regarding Veterans' preference apply under ESEP and the applicant must provide documentation in order to receive preference
  • Veteran's Preference – If claiming Veteran's Preference provide a copy of your DD214 Form (Member 4 copy). To claim 10-Point Veteran's Preference, submit a SF-15 Application (http://www.opm.gov/forms/pdf_fill/SF15.pdf) along with the appropriate supporting documentation. For additional information regarding Veteran's Preference visit: www.fedshirevets.gov
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Audiologist Dispensing Resume Examples & Samples

  • Measures hearing by an audiometer or by other means. Selects, adapts and sells hearing aids or manufactures impressions for earmolds
  • Assists patient in selection of suitable hearing aids and/or assistive listening devices. Counsels patients with hearing loss regarding hearing aid technology, advantages and limitations of hearing aids, and patients' candidacy for personal amplification and/or assistive listening devices
  • Dispenses hearing aids and/or assistive listening devices to patients. Performs audiometric procedures including programming, rehabilitation, electro-acoustic and functional gain measures tests to determine patient's hearing level, site of any damage to auditory system, and its organic or inorganic nature
  • Confirms otoscopically that there is no cerumen or other type of obstruction within external auditory canal which may contradict or interfere with fitting a hearing aid
  • Incorporates and coordinates audiometric results with diagnostic data (e.g., educational, medical, social, and behavioral information). Anticipates/predicts potential benefits of use of hearing aids and/or special training
  • Prepares, coordinates, and presents patient educational seminars relating to pre-hearing aid expectations and post-purchase use and care
  • Plans, develops, conducts, or participates in habilitative and rehabilitative programs, including counseling, guidance, auditory training, and hearing conservation for pre- and post-purchase of hearing aids by patients. Records diagnostic findings and progress made. Reports findings as requested
  • Provides reports regarding hearing aid performance, sales, returns, patient satisfaction, and other reports. Conducts studies to determine quality of hearing aid services provided to patients
  • Coordinates activities with other audiologists. Provides feedback regarding patient
  • Maintains relationships with hearing aid manufacturers regarding ordering, returns, and repairs
  • Researches hearing aid materials and studies. Maintains current knowledge of products and services. Recommends new lines of hearing aids
  • Utilizes appropriate software to record patient hearing data
  • Minimum two (2) years of hearing aid dispensing experience
  • Rehabilitation and counseling experience with hearing-impaired patients
  • Hearing aid sales experience
  • Doctorate's degree in audiology
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Audiologist, Pediatrics Resume Examples & Samples

  • 3 years or more of Pediatric experience in a clinical setting
  • Experience in a team setting with excellent interpersonal and interprofessional relationship skills
  • Experience with evoked potentials, implantable devices, and hearing device programming highly preferred
  • Experience in all aspects of amplification and aural rehab
  • Some community engagement with related agencies, entities in both a patient reporting and treatment planning role, as well as possible educational presentations on local, state and national levels
  • Experience with state and national podium presentations, community education and professional presence is preferred
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Audiologist Resume Examples & Samples

  • Maintains knowledge of, and complies with, all relevant laws, regulations, policies, procedures and standards
  • Actively participates in creating and implementing improvements
  • Evaluates patients' audiologic function, interprets findings, and reviews test results w/patient or responsible adult
  • Documents patients' case history, test results and recommendations for follow up in the medical record and reports results and recommendations to referring physician and/or primary care provider
  • Evaluates and interpret test results for dizziness, vertigo, or imbalance. Performs and interprets electro physiologic and special tests of the peripheral and central auditory system
  • Performs Otoscopic examination for gross abnormalities of the external ear canal and tympanic membrane
  • Counsels patients about treatment options for hearing loss and refers patients to ENT for consultation when appropriate. Counsels patients about management of chronic tinnitus. Educates patients about hearing conservation
  • Evaluates infant hearing status w/ a comprehensive battery of tests. Evaluates patients - hearing aids when appropriate and/or recommends hearing aid assessment and trial when appropriate
  • Plans for future direction of the audiology department including development of new programs and future equipment needs
  • Oversees proper maintenance of all audiological equipment including arrangement of annual calibrations. Provides in-service presentations to staff as needed on topics pertinent to hearing health care. Assists the healthcare facility in providing public awareness of the role of Audiology
  • Master's, Au.D. or Ph.D. in Audiology from an accredited university training program
  • Licensure in Audiology through the MN Department of Health
  • Passion for Pediatric Cochlear Implants; experience preferred but willing to train appropriate candidate
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Audiologist Resume Examples & Samples

  • Develops, documents, implements and evaluates hearing correction plan
  • Maintains inventory of supplies and equipment
  • Orders supplies and materials
  • Maintains equipment calibration standards
  • Assists in the preparation and supporting compliance with the annual budget
  • Provides supervision of audiology interns
  • Knowledge of program operations sufficient to plan, schedule, and provide budget input for clinic operations. Skill in conducting audiological tests, including operating equipment and evaluating results. Skill in organizing and prioritization of work. Skill in oral and written communication. Skill in establishing and maintaining effective working relationships with patients, hospital personnel, the public, physicians, and other individuals. Skill in supervising audiology interns
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Audiologist Level Resume Examples & Samples

  • Performs cochlear implant procedures and/or intra-operative monitoring 30-50% of time worked
  • Provides diagnostic evaluation of hearing, prevention, habilitation and rehabilitation services for auditory problems and research relating to hearing and attendant disorders
  • Physically and otoscopically examines the outer structures of the ear. Procedures may include evaluation, fitting and dispensing of hearing aids, cochlear implant assessment, programming and rehabilitation, and electrophysiologic evaluation of the vestibular and auditory mechanisms, in addition to electroacoustic measures of the peripheral and central auditory systems
  • Counsels individuals with auditory disorders, their families, and other service providers regarding the etiology of the disorder and its management
  • Consistently demonstrating the knowledge, skills, abilities, and behaviors necessary to provide superior and culturally sensitive service to each other, to our members, and to purchasers, contracted providers and vendors
  • One (1) year of experience in cochlear implant procedures and/or intra-operative monitoring
  • Bilingual (English/Spanish) and Sign language interpretation, helpful
  • Able to work with a diverse population from Peds to Geriatric in high volume OP setting
  • Flexible team player with excellent written and oral communication skills
  • Dept. performs Cochlear implant pre and post, VNG's, sedated and non sedated ABR's, hearing evaluations
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Pediatric Audiologist Resume Examples & Samples

  • Provide audiological services through available scheduling for seven to eight Communication Disorders audiology patients per clinic day including provision of inpatient audiology services, services to ENT clinic and faculty practice patients equivalent to an average of six hours of direct patient contact per full work day
  • Report results of evaluations and recommendations to referring physicians, allied professionals, educational personnel, parents, etc. in a professional and timely manner. Consultation forms and rough drafts of typed reports to be completed within 48 hours of evaluation
  • Provide counseling to patients regarding hearing impairment, need for amplification, use of amplification, effects on communication and education, and audiological management of hearing impaired children
  • Participation in continuing education programs to assure familiarity with current practices and policies in audiology. (Required to maintain certification in audiology)
  • Provide instructional lectures to YNHH staff and residents to familiarize physicians with audiological procedures, interpretation of reported results, and recommended protocols for audiological follow-up
  • Provide administrative services as coordinator of YNHH Newborn hearing screening program
  • Coordinate communication to maintain program efficiency and standard of care. (YNHH MIS, Clinical Engineering, Primary Care Center, CDC, CT DPH, equipment manufacturers, etc.)
  • Train YNHH staff on newborn units for WP-11, WP-10, and WP-4 re. Screening policy and procedure, use of equipment, documentation
  • Maintain statistics to document quality regarding standard of care
  • Provide program data to Connecticut DPH to reconcile record discrepancies in automatic reporting system
  • Monitor availability of CDC services for screening in YNHH NBSC, YNHH Pediatric Units, and outpatient follow-up for newborns requiring diagnostic audiological testing
  • Provide administrative services as coordinator of CDC Audiology services
  • Maintain information on Access and practice requirements for CDC audiology employees
  • YNHH CCSS classes, training, Access
  • YMG IDX classes, training, Access
  • YNHH Medical Staff Application
  • Yale Medical Group Credential
  • Requirements of CDC practice locations
  • Requirements for maintenance of certification (documentation of continuing education)
  • Maintain data on scope of services provided by CDC Audiology Services
  • Type and range of audiology services included in the practice
  • Practice locations (YNHH, YPB, PSC, YHP)
  • Maintain information on CDC Audiology policies, procedures and competencies required to maintain and document standard of care
  • Required for CMS and Medicaid
  • Coordinate communication to monitor and maintain CDC audiology efficiency
  • YNHH MIS - Inpatient charting/billing re-computerized medical record; FTE equivalent devoted to inpatient services
  • YNHH/CDC Audiology expenses; Monitor status of practice related accounts (hearing aid/earmold companies) Monitor system for ordering to ensure available discounts are requested; Payment is made promptly to take advantage of discounts
  • Yale Physician's Group (YPG) - Monitor and maintain data regarding appointment availability by Provider; Visit category (Diagnostic, ENG, BSER, Rehab.), ENT Clinic schedule
  • Productivity by provider - Patient contact no show and seen = scheduled
  • Billing
  • Coding standards and changes in audiology
  • Waivers allowing balance billing (CMS, Managed Care)
  • Prior authorization requirements
  • Reimbursement re-payment denials
  • Clinical Engineering - annual calibration of audiological equipment
  • Coordinate and provide supervision and training for graduate students in audiology placed at CDC from Audiology training programs. Contributing to YNHH mission regarding teaching
  • Coordinate schedules and oversight of productivity of audiologists
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Audiologist Resume Examples & Samples

  • Assess the candidacy of persons with hearing loss for hearing aids and cochlear implants and provide fitting, programming, and audiologic rehabilitation to ensure the best possible outcomes
  • Fits and supports ordering process of hearing amplification systems to individuals in conjunction with outside vendors
  • Provides follow-up visits as necessary to ensure hearing aid performance and patient satisfaction
  • Tests auditory system of hearing-impaired individuals, using test equipment and applying standardized evaluation procedures; or receives individuals referred by physician for fitting and purchasing of hearing amplification systems
  • Interprets and evaluates auditory test results and confers with hearing-impaired individuals to demonstrate, select, fit, adapt, and modify hearing amplification systems for individuals
  • Works closely with outside vendor to ensure accurate purchasing, financial reconciliation and supports price negotiations
  • Supports repair process including defective parts or make repairs to hearing amplification systems returned by customers
  • May make impression of client's ear to facilitate shaping of hearing aid
  • Counsel patients about hearing health and the possible need for treatment/management
  • Other duties to support hearing aid services
  • Master's Degree in Audiology required
  • Audiology experience preferred
  • Hearing Aid fitting experience preferred
  • ASLHA Certificate in Clinical Competence in Audiology (CCC-A) required
  • BLS for Healthcare Providers certification
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Audiologist Resume Examples & Samples

  • Perform diagnostic audiometric evaluations
  • Administer electrophysiological testing
  • Perform counseling and rehabilitation for otolaryngology pediatric patients
  • Provide hearing aid/cochlear implant/assistive device assessment, selection, fitting and management
  • Work closely with pediatric otolaryngologist in multi-discipline hearing impairment clinic that includes speech-language pathologist, developmental pediatrician, social worker, geneticist, educational consultant, and nurse case manager
  • Coordinates educational activities of medical students, residents, and audiology externs
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Audiologist / Hearing Aid Dispenser Resume Examples & Samples

  • Maintain Practice Management System, CMS, and submit medical reports on a regular basis
  • Provide assistance to customers and refer customers for medical diagnoses and treatment when needed
  • Provide appropriate follow up care to all customers and deliver upon all service commitments to our customers. Assist customers with the maintenance of their hearing aids; including but not limited to: repair, replacement of batteries, cleanings and adjustments
  • Supervise support staff (in assigned offices) and maintain a clean working environment while following all of CVS Health Policies and Procedures
  • Achieve performance goals, KPI’s, and any development opportunities to lead a successful practice within the Hearing Center inside CVS Pharmacy
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Audiologist / Hours / Day / Bwh Surgery Resume Examples & Samples

  • 2-3 years clinical experience in a hospital or private practice setting preferred
  • Experience performing site of lesion testing for balance disorders and ABR techniques, interpretation of Audiological test findings, comprehensive report writing and effective relating of diagnostic results and recommendations to patients and medical providers
  • Knowledge of related current state and federal laws, regulations, and standards pertinent to Clinical Audiology and hearing aid dispensing
  • Interpersonal skills required to work effectively with a diverse patient population and professionals and support staff
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Clinical Pediatric Audiologist Resume Examples & Samples

  • Assesses need for and recommends appropriate auditory rehabilitation including but not limited to medical referrals, amplification needs, and educational needs and associated therapeutic intervention
  • Counsels patient and families in regard to evaluation findings and recommendations
  • Dispenses recommended assistive equipment
  • Participates in public information events, volunteer fairs etc. to promote the hospital
  • Participates in research studies for publication and convention entries
  • Prepares reports on diagnostic findings, treatment used, and patient's progress made
  • Ability to determine auditory rehabilitation needs
  • Ability to develop and document clearly and accurately treatment goals that are realistic, measurable, appropriate, functionally based and that include patient/family input
  • Ability to use sound reasoning to determine degree and extent of patient evaluation required
  • Knowledge of audiological testing techniques, methods and apparatus
  • Knowledge of pathologies and injuries that result in physical impairment
  • Knowledge of principles, methods, equipment and theory of the practice of clinical specialty
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  • Administers and interprets developmentally appropriate, comprehensive auditory evaluations and communicates impressions and recommendations to referral sources and family
  • Maintains clear understanding of documentation required for authorization and billing purposes
  • Participates in research studies for publication and convention entries; participates in public information events, volunteer fairs etc. to promote the hospital
  • Provides education and consult