Average Length of Stay ~ 7-14 days (fluctuates due to individual patient needs)
All units are locked and led by A Psychiatrist, or a APRN CNP, who works under a Psychiatrist. The team also consists of Medical Director, various, Nursing staff includes Nurse Manager, RNs, Psych Associates, Recreational Therapist, Occupational Therapist, Music Therapist, Art Therapist, CTCs (social workers), and Spiritual Care Specialist. Other specialties utilized based upon individual patient needs. Patients admitted to this unit or any of the adult mental health unit must meet medical necessity and criteria to be hospitalized. They are considered a danger to self and/or others and in need of mental health treatment. Patients can be on this unit on a voluntary basis or on a mental health civil commitment. Staff treat the patient until they are stable and refer them onto the next level of care.
Clinical Treatment Coordinator will partner with the Physician and interdisciplinary team to navigate the patient/family through treatment episode, including assessment, treatment planning, discharge planning and community re-entry. This includes, but is not limited to: managing patient/family expectations, responding to the crisis of hospitalization, supporting the discharge and community re-entry needs and monitoring and managing patient length of stay and avoidable days.
Physical Demands: Sitting, standing, walking, push/pull, stooping/crouching, kneeling, grasping, reaching bellow and above shoulders, rotation ,sitting, standing, bending at waist and operate motor vehicle. Talking and and hearing on phone and in person, vision required.
Physical Environment: Noise, heat/cold infectious disease, human tissue/fluids and dirt.
Mental Demands: Frequent people contact, irregular work schedule detailed work, frequent interruption, decision making skills concentration required, work independently, multitask, frequent deadlines, organizations skills and work with others
LISW, LICSW, LGSW, LP, LPC or LMFT licensure
2 years supervised therapy experience in mental health including assessment, individual, group and family therapy
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