In this role, you will conducts psychosocial assessments, and provides services to patients and families experiencing major trauma, chronic illness, child abuse and neglect, ingestions, financial concerns, discharge planning and complex family situations.
Participates in care planning in collaboration with the patient and healthcare team to identify effective interventions that will help the patient meet rehabilitation, treatment goals, and improve quality of life.
In this role, the selected candidate will plan of treatment, assists the physician and other team members in understanding the significant social and emotional factors related to the health problems, participates in the development of the plan of treatment, prepares clinical and progress notes, works with the family, utilizes appropriate community resources.
Strives for the least restrictive environment within which the patient can achieve resolution of his/her problems, whether that is inpatient admission or referral to an appropriate outpatient services.
In this role, you will provide psychosocial services to patients treated by the facility including in-center and home dialysis patients (if applicable) utilizing Social Work Theory of Human Behavior and accepted methods of social work practice.
In this role, you will assesses psychosocial risk factors of patient, family, community or population related to level of functioning, appropriate and adequate support systems, ability to cope with adversity and reaction to illness.