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Utilize clinical expertise to perform psychosocial assessments, develop and implement plans of care appropriate care team, assess crisis situations to appropriately provide needed resources and or referrals for the patient, and to provide family and individual treatment as indicated. Works collaboratively with patients, patient's significant other, families, healthcare providers, insurers, community resources and all other involved parties.
Essential Job Duties
- Assess the patient's medical history, mental health history, and current presentation to understand the patient's needs from treatment.
- Diagnose and treat various mental, emotional and behavioral disorders.
- Develop a plan of care either individually or with input from the patient, patient family/significant others, physicians and other members of the healthcare team.
- Modify care plans to reflect changes in the patient's status.
- Refer patients to other services to improve their well-being. These referrals may include community services, treatment programs, support groups, psychiatrists, or other mental health providers.
- Properly documents pertinent information in regard to the patient's plan of care.
- Work with the multi-disciplinary team to develop a discharge plan in order to provide further care, services, and referrals in order to ensure continuity of care.
- Comply with federal, state, local and clinical program/facility standards.
- Act within the scope of the Mental Health Practice Act.
- Entry Rate: Commensurate with experience.
- Benefits Eligible: No
- Shift Details: PRN; may be scheduled to work any day, Monday - Friday 8:00 AM - 5:00 PMas needed.
- Department: Pediatrics Immuno Compromised, Primary Children's Hospital
- Master's Degree in Social Work from an accredited institution. Degree will be verified.
- Current State Licensure as Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) or Certified Social Worker (CSW).
- Computer Skills, i.e., email, word processing.
- Excellent communication skills; verbal and written.
- Hearing/Listening, Manual Dexterity, Seeing, Sitting, Speaking, Walking, Standing.
- Experience with patients, families and treatment team.
- LCSW license.
- Oncology experience.
All positions subject to close without notice. Intermountain Healthcare prohibits discrimination on the basis of race, ethnicity, religion, color, national origin, sex, age, sexual orientation, gender identity/expression, veteran status, disability and/or genetic information.
Location: US-UT-Salt Lake City
Activation Date: Wednesday, June 19, 2019
Expiration Date: Monday, August 26, 2019