Orlando Regional Healthcare   •  

Orlando, FL

Not Specified years

Posted 245 days ago

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Orlando Health Rehabilitation Institute is seeking a Neuropsychologist with extensive training and competence working in rehabilitation settings or, alternatively, a Rehabilitation Psychologist with formal training and competence in neuropsychology to join Orlando Health’s Rehabilitation Neuropsychology practice within Orlando Health Rehabilitation Institute (OHRI). 

OHRI is a 53-bed CARF-accredited inpatient rehabilitation facility located within Orlando Regional Medical Center (ORMC), Orlando Health’s Flagship Hospital.  Scope of work includes conducting assessments (including neurocognitive screening and neuropsychological assessments as appropriate to context), interventions (individual and group with both patients and families), consultations, and consumer protection services within the context of an interdisciplinary inpatient rehabilitation team, with some outpatient rehabilitation interventions and consultations provided when feasible.  Primary populations seen include traumatic brain injury, stroke, spinal cord injury, amputation, burn, general orthopedic polytrauma and more, primarily with adults (though adolescents are also seen).

The qualified applicant will hold a Doctoral Degree (Ph.D. or Psy.D.) in Clinical or Counseling Psychology from an APA-accredited institution, and will have completed internship and sufficient post-doctoral residency training in Neuropsychology and/or Rehabilitation Psychology to have competencies in both fields.  Professional Psychology licensure/License-eligible in the State of Florida (renewed bi-annually). Board certified or board-eligible in Neuropsychology or Rehabilitation Psychology preferred.


Doctoral Degree in Clinical Psychology with training and education in neuropsychology.


Licensed psychologist in the State of Florida by the Florida Department of Health – renewed bi-annually. Must meet the guidelines specified in Division 40, APA for practice in neuropsychology of the American Board of Professional Psychology.