Behavioral Health Clinician PRN
Location: Ft Worth, Texas US
Requisition Number: 19019670
Assists Emergency Room (ER) Physicians, as well as Medical Floor Physicians, by giving initial impression/assessment of psychiatric/chemical dependency patients.
Coordinates/facilitates the MOTï¿½s of patients from the ER and medical floors that require inpatient psychiatric/chemical dependency stabilization and treatment.
Coordinates/facilitates OPCï¿½s (Order of Protective Custody/Involuntary) through the local Mental Health Court for those inpatient medical unit patients who require involuntary psychiatric treatment.
Assists Behavioral Health Outpatient Program with assessments, group therapy, etc., as needed.
Implements monitors regarding client satisfaction and service effectiveness. Participates in QIA teams/activities.
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Benefits ï¿½ Our competitive benefits package includes*:
Immediate eligibility for health and welfare benefits
401(k) savings plan with dollar-for-dollar match up to 5%
PTO accrual beginning Day 1
- 2 years of experience required
- Master's degree required
Must have one of the following:
-- LCSW - Lic Clinical Social Worker
-- LMSW - Lic Masters Social Worker
-- LPC - Lic Professional Counselor
-- RN - Registered Nurse
Community / Marketing Title: Behavioral Health Clinician PRN
Location_formattedLocationLong: Ft Worth, Texas US
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