To help patient reach maximum performance within limits of their capabilities by evaluating, assessing, and conducting medically directed speech therapy programs to prevent disability and restore function following injury, decreased use of body part, and/or loss of use of body part.
Graduate with a minimum of MS in Communicative Disorders/Speech-Language Pathology from an accredited school as well as being license eligible or certified in the state of Illinois. Two to three years’ previous experience as a speech therapist preferred. Current C.P.R. certificate required.
Interprets and transcribes technical medical data from physicians and other health care professionals, regarding patient assessment, workup, therapeutic procedures, clinical course diagnosis, prognosis, etc.
High School graduate or GED equivalent with courses in typing. Prefer additional courses in anatomy, or equivalent, physiology, medical terminology and word processing and prior medical transcription experience. Must complete a medical transcription-typing test with 80% accuracy. Requires ability to type 60 words per minute. Certified Medical Transcriptionist (CMT) preferred but not required.
The Ultrasound Technologist uses high frequency sound waves to perform scans of particular organs or vessels to aid in the diagnosis and treatment of patients. The technologist prepares the room and equipment, utilizes accepted settings to capture the images, and evaluates the images for diagnostic qualities. The Ultrasound Technologist needs to assist with invasive procedures utilizing the guidance of ultrasound.
Associates Degree in a medical field required. Prefer previous medical background and experience in ultrasound. Registered ultrasound technologist preferred.