Director of Assessment and Referral Services
Established in 1986, Anchor Hospital specializes in the treatment of behavioral health and addictive disease disorders for teens, adults and seniors. Our mental health facility in Atlanta, Georgia is located on a secluded, 55-acre campus, less than three miles from Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport and is accredited by the Joint Commission.
Our continuum of services includes a 24/7 free, confidential psychiatric assessment by Georgia behavioral health professionals. Anchor Hospital is a proud supporter of the National Action Alliance on Suicide Prevention. We provide Georgia behavioral health education and resources to help improve the communities we serve.
Anchor Hospital is looking for an Assistant Director of Assessment and Referral Services who will be responsible for the patient assessment and referral process; implementing, monitoring, and evaluating that process. The Assistant Director will assist the Director by being responsible for all patient intake calls; providing information to individuals, agencies, facilities, and professional staff (i.e., physicians, consulting professionals) requesting information regarding potential admissions, developing and/or maintaining relationships with ongoing referral sources, and alternative treatment resources when appropriate.
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Master's degree from an accredited university in a clinical area, such as counseling, social work or RN licensure from an accredited school and at least five year's experience in the mental health field.
Clinical experience in psychiatric setting; situational evaluation and crisis intervention experience preferred.
Licensed in the State of Georgia as related to degree (i.e. LMSW, LMFT, LPC) or licensed as an RN in the State of Georgia.
Must have good communication skills in order to communication in a clear, concise manner with staff, referral sources, managed care coordinators, and patients/family members.
Must have good clinical skills and ability to relate to those patients and/or family members in crisis.
Must have high level of initiative, motivation, independent judgment and organizational skills.
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