Peachford Hospital is seeking a dynamic and talentedÂ Case Manager to work in our busy Social Services Department.
Located in the beautiful Dunwoody neighborhood of Atlanta, Peachford features individual units forÂ children,Â adolescents,Â adultsÂ andÂ seniors, serving residents of Georgia and beyond. We offer inpatient acute care, as well as partial hospitalization and intensive outpatient programs.
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Case Managers are responsible for providing ensuring our patients receive the highestÂ quality andÂ therapeutic services they need.
Key Responsibilities include:
Conduct psychosocial assessments to document patient history and identify preliminary issues for treatment focus by interviewing the patient and his/her family members.
Participate in the development and implementation of treatment plans, ensuring that concise, realistic care plans are maintained and carried out.
Provide individual, group and family solutions-focused interventions using appropriate therapeutic techniques and models. Facilitate process-oriented and didactic groups.
Document treatment and case management provided to patient in medical record legibly and in a timely manner.
Develop and coordinate an individualized discharge plan for the patient by utilizing information obtained from the patient, treatment team and medical record to determine discharge planning needs. Identify available appropriate family or community resources such as group homes, halfway houses or treatment providers.
Attend and participate in regular interdisciplinary treatment team meetings to provide Social Services perspective to total case management of the patient. Provide communication regarding patientâ€™s case, resources and progress towards treatment plan and discharge planning goals. Make treatment recommendations and actively coordinate each case with all members of the treatment team.
Report incidents or suspected incidences of sexual/physical abuse, neglect or exploitation of a minor, elder or disabled person to appropriate state or community protective agencies. Represent the facility in legal proceedings as required by law.
Actively address safety issues as part of discharge planning process.
Assess patientâ€™s stage and extent of chemical use when appropriate
Communicate with referral sources and other appropriate parties regarding patientâ€™s progress.
Participate in department and other program or clinical and administrative meetings. Support maintenance and development of clinical program services.
Support facilityâ€™s internal and external customer service standards.
This opportunity provides the following:
Competitive Compensation and Excellent Benefits Package
Growth and development opportunities within Peachford, UHS and its subsidiaries
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Our operating philosophy is as effective today as it was 40 years ago: Build or acquire high quality hospitals in rapidly growing markets, invest in the people and equipment needed to allow each facility to thrive, and become the leading healthcare provider in each community we serve.
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