Certificate of Clinical Competency through American Speech-Language Hearing Assoc. or Clinical Fellow.
Knowledge and/or experience treating and evaluating pediatric patients in the areas of:
Cochlear implants or hearing aid therapy and auditory/verbal therapy.
Ability to problem-solve and analyze test results objectively.
Must be supportive, patient, and compassionate and have good listening skills.
Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
Excellent time management and organizational skills.
Working knowledge of basic computer software programs: MS Office and EMR.
Internal Number: 0618
About District Medical Group
District Medical Group is a not-for-profit entity consisting of over 650 credentialed providers representing all the major medical and surgical specialties and subspecialties.
Professional clinical services encompass all physicians and mid-level providers staffing a 450 bed acute hospital, a 200 bed psychiatric hospital, a large diagnostic center, 11 family health centers, a nationally and internationally recognized burn center, and numerous outreach programs.
We administer the Children’s Rehabilitative Services Phoenix Multi-Specialty Interdisciplinary Clinic, in collaboration with United Health Care, the first of its kind in the Phoenix area.
DMG prides itself on clinical excellence. Over 95% of District Medical Group physicians are board certified in more than 25 specialties.
Patient satisfaction surveys consistently rate the physician performance above the national average.
DMG physicians have garnered both local and national acclaim for their contributions — named as Phoenix’s “Best Doctors” year after year, serving on advisory boards, appointed to governors’ councils, elected to top leadership positions in national associations, and are well known as innovative leaders in medicine.