Traveling Audiologist 

In-House Senior Services is a leading provider of mobile, on-site healthcare services at Assisted Living, Independent Living, and Skilled Nursing Facilities. Currently contracted for audiology services at over 175 facilities across Minnesota. Our exceptional growth has created a need for a full-time or part-time traveling audiologist (CF-A. or minimum of 2 years audiology experience is preferred).

 

Think of this as an exceptional opportunity to deliver community-based care directly to those who need it the most all over Minnesota. You will provide the personalized care, In-House will provide everything else, including:

 

  • Immediate patient base

  • Patient scheduling

  • Audiological equipment

  • Patient medical records

  • Medical billing and collections

  • Company car or vehicle allowance

 

** Patients are seen in a designated treatment room located within the facilities


We recently opened our first multi-specialty practice in Richfield, MN, on December 20th, 2018, which includes Audiology, Optometry, and Podiatry. With the opening of the Woodlake Specialty Clinic, each Audiologist will also have 1-2 days in clinic to see patients.

 

Responsibilities

  • Providing on-site diagnostic testing, hearing aid services, and cerumen management.

  • Maintaining clinical records as specified by the company using state-of-the-art EMR system.

  • Performing all services and duties in a manner consistent with company policies, procedures, processes, and quality standards.

  • Recognizing and responding to needs and age-specific parameters of older adults.

  • For full-time audiologists, provide on-site services four days a week with one day for office work at the clinic; including, but not limited to, hearing aid repairs, hearing aid orders, medical referrals, patient/family follow-calls, and sales calls.

  • Overnight travel to visit more remote facilities once per month.

  • Perform other duties as assigned per company needs.

 

Requirements

  • Audiology background with proficiency in diagnostic evaluation of hearing, rehabilitation services for auditory problems, and dispensing hearing aids.

  • Appropriate state licensure in Audiology. MA-Audiology at a minimum.

  • Entrepreneurial, self-starter attitude.

  • Excellent written, verbal, interpersonal and organizational skills.

  • Basic computer skills.

  • Valid driver’s license.

 

** No evenings or weekends required.