Provides direct care services to patients and their families; conducts patients related activities; performs administrative and quality assurance tasks; establishes positive interpersonal relations; participates in community outreach, education and research activities; provides supervision as indicated or requested; handles unit specific duties and services as required; and performs miscellaneous other duties.
Master’s degree in Social Work from an accredited school of social work required; Licensed Social Worker required or Licensed Independent Social Worker. 18 months experience preferred; willing to cross-orient to both Home Care and Hospice; positive, mature, flexible, team player with strong clinical and organizational skills; provides psychosocial assessments, crisis intervention, grief counseling; bereavement and community linkage for home care and hospice patients and family; prior experience in healthcare preferred; must be willing to work flexible hours; must be physically and mentally able to perform all essential job functions.Job Type:
MedCentral Health SystemCompany Description:
MedCentral Health System, the foundation of the largest medical community in
North Central Ohio, provides a comprehensive array of health care services –
Some typically found only in large metropolitan areas.
An independent, non-profit health system, MedCentral includes
two hospitals – Mansfield and Shelby – with a combined total of
351 registered beds. The largest, Mansfield Hospital, with 326
beds, offers a Level II Trauma Center, as well as a Level II Perinatal
Department. It is the site of cutting-edge interventional
radiology and neuroradiology procedures as well as
advanced cardiology and cardiac surgery services.
MedCentral continues to grow, adding new services at
each hospital, as well as at outpatient locations,
including the MedCentral Wellness Complex. This
network of facilities, an impressive medical staff and
skilled health care employees enable MedCentral to
be the health care leader in the region.
MedCentral’s medical staff numbers over 200, representing
a complete range of primary and specialty care. The
health system employs over 2700 people, making it one
of the largest employers in North Central Ohio.
MedCentral serves a population of nearly 400,000 people
in Richland and its five surrounding counties. Centrally
located in the region, MedCentral is an attractive choice for specialty care for
those patients uncomfortable with the complexity involved in seeking treatment
in larger metropolitan areas.
QUALITY. CUSTOMER SERVICE. INNOVATION. TEAMWORK
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