Baylor Institute for Rehabilitation carries a well-known reputation for excellent patient care and exceptional quality outcomes. We serve all people through exemplary healthcare, education, research and community service. Fourteen years running Baylor Institute for Rehabilitation and our sister organization Kessler Institute for Rehabilitation have been named in U.S. News & World Report as one of America's Best Hospitals. We are Joint Commission certified and won the Quality Texas Foundation Performance Excellence Award.
In April 2011, Baylor Health Care Systemand Select Medical entered into a partnership which launched Baylor Institute for Rehabilitation.
Baylor chose to enter into this partnership because we wanted to be the best in Rehabilitation Services This joint venture helps us continue toward the vision of offering top notch quality care, providing more service lines to our patients and to being among the top five five hospitals in the nation. Select Medical was the obvious choice for partnership.
Throughout the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex, BIR currently employs 1,600 employees and we continue to grow. We currently have the following locations throughout DFW, making us one of the most recognized and largest rehabilitation providers in the nation:
Per Diem Speech Language Pathologist position to support 7 full-time SLPs treating adults in an inpatient rehabilitation setting with a variety of neurological diagnoses.
Current and valid state licensure as a Speech Language Pathologist required.
CCCs required with adult neurogenic and dysphagia experience as well as certification in LSVT and VitalStim preferred.
Baylor Institute for Rehabilitation is located on the campus of Baylor University Medical Center just east of downtown Dallas.
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