Relocation reimbursement available for qualified candidates!
Maine Medical Partners is seeking an Audiologist at Stephen’s Center for Specialty Care in Norway. This position is the sole audiology provider for the Norway location working in coordination with an ENT physician in the outpatient clinic setting. As part of a larger team of audiologists based at other sites throughout the state, this position provides care to a primarily adult population with some older pediatric patients.
There is an opportunity to grow the program to include subspecialties if desired. A degree in Audiology-Masters or Au.D. and 1-3+ years of audiology experience is required. If you’re looking to join a great MMP team and enjoy the outdoor lifestyle of hiking and skiing that Norway, Maine provides, please apply.
Position is responsible for providing primary care to patients who have hearing, balance and related ear problems. Assist patients of all ages working closely with providers to determine the type and degree of hearing impairment and implements habilitation/rehabilitation services for patients.
Degree in Audiology-Masters or Au.D.
Certificate of Clinical Competence in Audiology (CCC-A) from the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association and have a license issued by the State of Maine as an Audiologist, or be eligible.
One to three years of audiology experience, preferably in a clinical setting.
Knowledge of anatomy, physiology, genetics, auditory, balance and neural systems assessment and treatment, diagnosis and treatment, pharmacology and ethics.
Knowledge of audiology equipment and measuring instruments.
Skill in counseling on adjusting to hearing loss and teaching communication strategies.
Skill in developing special treatment programs on an individualized basis for hearing, balance and neural issues.
Skill in recommending, fitting and dispensing personal or large are amplification systems and alerting devices.
Ability to communicate effectively with patients and families with particular emphasis on listening strategies.
Ability to collaborate appropriately with other clinicians to diagnose audiology problems and develop treatment plans.
Ability to define problems, collect data, establish facts and draw valid conclusions.
Maine Medical Partners (MMP) is a respected group of primary care and specialty medical practices. Working together to provide coordinated care, we make sure our patients receive safe, effective, high-quality services. MMP is a department of Maine Medical Center, which is part of the MaineHealth family of regional hospital systems. MMP providers work closely with hospital providers to coordinate the treatment and services our patients receive.
MaineHealth is a not-for-profit family of high-quality providers and health care organizations committed to the health and well-being of the communities and people we serve. As the largest health care organization in Maine and a leading health care provider serving northern New Hampshire, MaineHealth is recognized as one of the nation’s top integrated health care delivery networks.
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