Provide assessment, diagnosis, treatment and crisis intervention as needed to members who present themselves for psychiatric evaluation; collaborate with treating physician, psychiatric and allied health professional team to plan and direct each individual member's treatment program.
In this role, you will be responsible for providing mental health and substance use services to individuals and groups who have persistent mental illness challenges and/or are living with HIV/AIDS. This position is part of a larger multidisciplinary behavioral health services team that includes psychiatrist, nurses, social workers, marriage and family therapist, substance use counselors, case managers and psychologist.
The Solid Start Social Worker (SW) is a newly created, full-time position within the Solid Start Initiative, a new program at Zuckerberg San Francisco General (ZSFG). Solid Starts goal is to encircle all pregnant women and families with children 0-3 in the ZSFG community with resources that enable the best chance for success.
Provides assessment, diagnosis, treatment and crisis intervention as needed to members who present themselves for psychiatric evaluation. Collaborates with treating physician, psychiatric and allied health professional team to plan and direct each individual member's treatment program.
Providing services that integrates medical, psychiatric, and addiction treatment. SFGH is the largest provider of acute psychiatric care and the only San Francisco provider of psychiatric emergency care.
The LCSW provides age specific psycho-social screening, psychiatric assessments, psychosocial assessment, clinical interventions and treatments as well as discharge planning and utilization review to ensure appropriate benefits and best clinical and discharge outcomes.
The Ambulatory Care Social Worker functions as a leader of the Dignity Health care interdisciplinary team (IDT) collaborating with all departments to ensure that a comprehensive treatment plan of care is developed, monitored, and amended as necessary, and that appropriate outcome measures are identified that demonstrate attainment of individual patient goals.
This position is responsible for performing social work assessment, intervention, and referrals, particularly where psychosocial factors influence medical problems, hospital course, patient/staff interactions, and discharge from the hospital.