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Central Florida Speech and Hearing Center has been serving the Greater Lakeland
community and beyond for over 55 years. The Center is a premier world-class speech,
language and hearing disorders treatment facility in the beautiful heart of Central Florida
and Polk County. Today, as in every day for half a century, we welcome every patient and
celebrate the dedication of our Doctors of Audiology who have answered the call for
outstanding, compassionate care, in an exemplary facility.

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Full Time Speech Language Pathologist

Feb 12, 2016
Full Time Speech Language Pathologist

Seeking Full-time Speech-Language Pathologists

Central Florida Speech and Hearing Center is seeking enthusiastic speech-language pathologists with experience in adult/pediatric outpatient care, to join our team. Candidates must demonstrate creativity, flexibility and interest in expanding programmatic initiatives. Immediate openings available due to expansion of services. Clinical Fellowship applicants welcome!

The Center has provided speech-language and audiology services for central Florida for 55 years. We provide services in an outstanding new facility which is state-of-the-art in both layout and equipment. Our facility is located halfway between Orlando and Tampa, off the I-4 corridor, just an hour to the best beaches in the world. It’s sunny and beautiful year round. We are social media savvy and are growing by leaps and bounds. If you’re looking for a progressive career, check us out at and like our Facebook!

Compensation Package includes:

  • Flexible schedules
  • Employer paid healthcare
  • 401K with 3% company match
  • Paid continuing education
  • Paid time off
  • Paid licensure and professional dues
  • Competitive salary
  • 9 and 12 month positions available
  • Private office with a separate observation room

Job responsibilities are tailored to the expertise of the professional and needs of our patients and may include:

Evaluate and treat a diverse population of children and adults who present a variety of communication disorders and etiologies, including:

  • Aphasia
  • Apraxia/oral motor
  • Articulation
  • Auditory Processing
  • Emergent literacy
  • Fluency
  • Language
  • Lead support groups for clients and their families with hearing loss and strokes
  • Facilitate social group therapy
  • Lead aural rehabilitation programs
  • Work with struggling readers

Send Resumes to: OR

Central Florida Speech and Hearing Center
Attn: Robin Cole
3020 Lakeland Highlands Road
Lakeland, Fl 33803


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The Center is absolutely thrilled to announce that we’ve been named the Ledger’s “Best of the Best” Hearing Aid Center, Audiologist – Katie Zayas May, and Nonprofit!

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A BIG Thank You to everyone that voted for us to be Polk County’s Best of the Best! We are so very grateful!