Compensation is per case with a base. A full-time audiologist will earn $104,000 to $130,000 annually.
Clinical audiologist to perform veteran evaluations. This position does not fit or sale hearing aids. You will evaluate Veterans to provide a professional opinion to the severity of the hearing problem, the diagnosis, the causation, and the probability that the hearing problem is related to military service. You will be a member of a team comprised of audiologists, physicians, and nurse practitioners who specialize in working with Veterans.
Responsible for administering and interpreting a variety of tests to determine the type and degree of hearing impairment, such as air and bone conduction; speech recognition and discrimination tests; the site of damage; and effects on comprehension and speech
Evaluates test results in relation to behavioral, social, educational and conduct medical record reviews of past audiograms and documents to determine the likely cause of the hearing loss, and to state the prognosis and address the issues of hearing loss and tinnitus
Operates computerized programs and utilizes application software and databases in order to enter, modify, and access information into/from electronic medical records, and utilizing report writing formats
Responsible for conducting otoscopic examinations, cerumen management, and calibration checks of audiometric equipment
Part-time positions in Reno NV, Salt Lake City, UT, Topeka KS, and Santa Rosa, CA. Full-time position available if willing to travel.
Doctor of Audiology, or Masters
Must be or become licensed in the State of practice
MedEvals Services is dedicated to working with our military veterans and reservists. Our offices include physicians, nurse practitioners, and audiologists, all with a focus, passion, and mission to serve our veterans. MedEvals has offices in California, Nevada, Arizona, Colorado, Washington, and Kansas. Apply your knowledge and skills in a highly rewarding setting.