Case Manager/Social Worker (Part-Time Weekends Only)
Universal Health Services, Inc.
July 19, 2018
Fremont Hospital is a fully accredited, 145-bed private inpatient psychiatric hospital providing quality care for children through adults. The facility provides a full assortment of care which includes assessments, inpatient psychiatric hospitalization, partial-hospitalization, intensive outpatient psychiatric treatment as well as chemical dependency outpatient care.
Fremont Hospital is part of a larger hospital system, Universal Health Services.Â UHS is headquartered in King of Prussia, PA and has more than 81,000 employees.Â Through its subsidiaries, UHS operates more than 320 Behavioral Health facilities and 27 Acute Care Hospitals across the United States, Puerto Rico, the U.S. Virgin Islands and the United Kingdom
UHS has been recognized by Forbes Magazine as one of Americaâ€™s top 500 public companies as well as Fortune list of 500 â€œWorldâ€™s Most Admired Companiesâ€� in 2017 and 2018.Â
Fremont Hospital is currently looking for 5 Case Managers/Social Workers for weekends only. This a part-time weekends only position.
The Clinical Case Worker perform clinical services functions in assisting patients in meeting their biopsycho-social needs. These include enabling the patient, through therapeutic treatment skills, to achieve their optimal level of emotional health. Services provided are basic consultation, teaching, specialized clinical services for patients/families receiving care, crisis intervention, short-term family therapy, and providing information and referrals as needed.
The Clinical Case Worker be responsible for managing the milieu treatment activities offered to the patient, completing the psycho-social assessment forms for each new patient and entering specific information on the treatment plans; interfacing with the physician led treatment team; provision of psychotherapeutic groups, psycho-educational groups, and other pertinent activities to patients and their families; provide oversight and coordination of legal paperwork and Lanterman Petris Short (LPS) regulations.
The Clinical Case Worker will be responsible for initiating, developing, and implementing the provision of services designed to assist the patient in a successful transition from the hospital setting to home or other placement.Â Â Discharge planning will be initiated upon admission and continually assessed with the treatment team during the development of the Master Treatment Plan. Criteria for discharge will be noted in the Treatment Plan and will be included in ongoing documentation of Treatment Plans and specific staff responsible for providing these services. On-going discharge planning documentation will be audited by the Director of Social Services.
In addition, the Clinical Case Worker will be responsible for the facilitation of clinically pertinent discharge planning and case coordination; interface with Fremont Hospital Clinical Staff, with outside referral agencies, with managed care organizations to ensure that the admission, continued stay, and discharge planning is in compliance with Joint Commission TJC), Center for Medicaid & Medicare Services (CMS), and established Discharge Planning Policies and Procedures.Â