Req #: 43790
Full Time
Shift: Days
United Health Services Hospitals
Johnson City, NY
Weekly hours: 40

Eligible for a sign-on bonus of up to $15,000 based on experience.
Potential for $20,000 in tuition forgiveness for early-career candidates. Potential for Relocation Assistance.

Audiologist, Johnson City

United Health Services is seeking an Audiologist to join our Audiology Team at Wilson Medical Center in Johnson City, NY. The Audiologist ensures that clinical Audio logical services are administered and completed; in a timely, accurate, and reliable manner. This is a BENEFITS-ELIGIBLE position. This position is Monday – Friday daytime with no weekends or holidays!!

Shift: Days
Hours per week: 40
Salary range: $30.45 - $45.69/hour, depending on experience


Audiologist Overview

To ensure that clinical Audiological services are administered and completed in a timely, accurate and reliable manner. Those served include inpatients and outpatients, patients requiring care in the home, nursing home patients, United Health Services Hospitals staff, employees affiliated with UHS Inc., vendors, and community groups as needed. Priority is given to services which directly affect patients and students.

UHS Wilson Medical Center, a Level II Trauma Center and the region’s designated stroke and chest pain center, operates a high-volume, fast-paced Emergency Department.

Audiologist Key Responsibilities and Expectations

  • Applies the accepted principles, methods and procedures of measurement, prediction, non-medical diagnosis and testing to individual patients (and their families or significant others) in relationship to auditory and/or vestibular disorders.
  • Administers, interprets and supervises Clinical Audiological Services.
  • Performs complete audiological evaluations (air, bone, and speech)
  • Performs middle ear analysis.
  • Performs site of lesion testing.
  • Performs ototoxic medication monitoring.
  • Performs NICU hearing screening.
  • Performs CAP testing.
  • Performs Electro-physiological testing.
  • Performs Industrial hearing screening.
  • Performs hearing aid evaluations.
  • Performs selection, fitting and follow-up of amplification devices.
  • Performs counseling for hearing-impaired individuals or groups.
  • Performs minor repair and modification of hearing instruments.
  • Assists with program development.
  • Collects needed data for Continuing Quality Assurance programs.
  • Provides services referred by physicians or mandated by New York State.
  • Maintains contracts as a community provider.
  • Responsible for gathering necessary data for statistical review.
  • Prepares appropriate reports for distribution to referring physicians on diagnostic finding and recommendations for rehabilitation on patients.
  • Maintains all medical records for compliance with OSHM, JCAHO, and standards of Certifying Organizations.
  • Abides by Service Delivery Standards.
  • Demonstrate commitment to organizational Values of Compassion, Trust, Respect, Teamwork, and Innovation

Position Qualifications


  • Master’s Degree in Audiology
  • New York State License or eligibility


  • Previous hospital experience

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Benefits That Make A Difference

While you’re making a difference in the health and well-being of our patients and communities, United Health Services takes care of you. We are proud to be able to offer our employees and providers a comprehensive benefits package that supports their needs today and for the future with a competitive retirement plan; comprehensive health, dental, vision and health savings and spending accounts; wellness programs that empower our employees to stay healthy and balance work and life goals; group life and disability options; and a generous paid time off (PTO) program. On top of that, we invest in you by offering tuition reimbursement and other programs designed to help you grow your career. The majority of these benefits are available to you for working at least 24 hours per week.

These are just a few of the perks and benefits you can expect when you join the United Health Services team. Be sure to ask your recruiter about all the benefits associated with the position you’re applying for.

Why United Health Services?

We are one of the region’s top employers with an excellent reputation for the care we provide. Our pay, benefits and perks are very competitive. We’re compassionate about patients and respectful of each other. We offer you the stability, size, scope and capabilities of big city health systems, but with the trust and familiarity of more personalized care. We’re engaged with our communities. And, we recognize the importance of work-life balance. Discover the difference you can make, here with us, at United Health Services.

About Our Region

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